Sector 9 Seeker III 39 Black Longboard Skateboard.
The Seeker is the ultimate freestyle carver. With its composite construction, a responsive flex allows you to get the most out of each turn. It has a drop through truck mount lowering the center of gravity making it easier to slide and less effort to push. There is still a small nose and tail allowing for freestyle tricks and kick turns.
The Sector 9 Seeker III Series features:
- 5-ply maple deck sandwiched between fiberglass provides a stiff feel and a responsive ride
- Full Dip Color
- CNC Drop-through deck design puts the board closer to the ground, reducing speed wobbles
- Large, softer wheels easily cruise over bumps and cracks
- Completely set up and ready to skate right out of the box
- Deck Material: 5-ply maple, fiberglass
- Deck Length: 39 in
- Deck Width: 9.1 in
- Wheelbase: 29 in
- 71mm 78a Slick Shoe Wheels
- Abec 5 PDP Bearings
- Bearing Spacers
- 1.0˝ Flush Mount Steel Bolts
- 3200 Jessup Grip Tape
- Trucks: Gullwing 10-inch Chargers
- Recommended Use: bombing hills
- Manufacturer Warranty: limited
The story of the Sector 9 nineball starts in a La Jolla backyard in 1993. At the time, the founder's house consisted of a bunch of good friends, a halfpipe, pool table, ping pong table and shaping room all just across the street from some nice smooth hills down to the reefs. Being that the house had all these fine features, it became quite the hangout spot. A friend from Hawaii who used to call people “nineballs” all the time in a friendly razzing sort of way, called up on the phone one day to see what was going on at the house. Of course everyone was “studying” so he got the answering machine and said “Whats going on over there at Sector 9?” which to everyone meant a house full of nineballs. At the same time one of the house favorite hill cruisers, a snowboard-turned-skateboard, was stolen from Northbird in La Jolla and a couple replacement boards were almost finished and just needed the finishing touches of a logo. The message on the machine was heard and the name not only had a nice ring to it but seemed fitting as well so it stuck. The interest had been apparent from everyone who saw these skaters by so they started making skateboards in the backyard. Lots of learning and a couple evictions later Sector 9 was forced to move into its first warehouse in what would become the Sector 9 skateboard factory.
|Deck Width||9.1 inches|
|Deck Length||39 inches|
|Truck Attachment||Drop Through|