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Can I do some carving downhill with this? (sorry for a lot of questions)
Just wondering whether I should get this or the S9 lookout. Want a cruiser and something i can turn and slide a little with. Only tiny hills around me. Which is better slider and or both kind of the same?
So late, hopefully someone can still answer my question. Looking for a board for crusing, tight turns, easy for transportation. Is this board good for tricks too? Never had a sector 9 board, having trouble deciding which board to buy.
Would this be able to take sharp turns?
can I put some grizzly bears 850s on it?
Is more or less flex good for a carver?
That’s what this board was made for. You should watch the video…
the loaded fattail but of sector 9? this board is good for dancing too?
I can’t find this board on tactics, and I can’t fine the one with blue wheels anywhere does tactics have it?
Hey bud quick question. Striker or this just overall?
Because they change the graphics each season, so they name it something else.
Okey, so this would the Punta Lobo would be a good longboard for me? Sorry for asking so many questions but I’m a beginner and I want to make sure I buy the right board for me.
Hi Tactics. I’m considering either a Striker or a Chamber but can’t decide between the two. I like the fact that the Chamber is a little more compact but am concerned it might be a too narrow. The Striker will be definitely be wide enough but seems really flexible. How different are they in terms of the ride?
Yeah, they have the same specs. But are there any difference between them? Why would Sector 9 make two similar longboards but with different names? And do you think the Punta Lobo would be good for transportation and speed on medium hills?
i have the same board
+Tactics Boardshop I know the set ups are pretty much identical between the Striker and the Tempest (apart from the 10″ vs. 9″ Sidewinders and the bamboo hybrid vs. maple deck), but would you recommend one over the other?
Thanks for these reviews! Super helpful.
I also put some 70mm 80a orangetang 4 presidents along with it. it does seem right, looks like wheel bit might occur.
A board for transportation and also some speed on medium hills? Check out the Sector 9 Lookout or West Oz.
What about the Sector 9 punta lobos? i love the looks of it, kinda like the lookout.
Does this get this dirty quick
Can you customize the board shown for me, can’t find it
The Punda Lobos. Would it be good for me? You mentioned Lookout and West Oz, I didn’t like the West Oz but I like lookout. However I couldn’t find the Lookout anywhere.
Does the striker keeps you stable enough when you are turning?
with other trucks, I could do others thing like dancing or a little of slide?
Definitely the lookout. Boards with Sidewinder trucks aren’t good for sliding.
I’m sure someone could, but if you want to ollie, just get a normal skateboard.
Okey, thanks for the quick answer. Another question, shall I get this one or the Riviera Slayer Mini? I want my longboard for transportation to school, in the city etc, but also for a little speed down small hills, not too high speeds and carving. Wich one would be best for that? Or would you recommend another board for that?
o probly because i put the trucks backwards. which way should the trucks kingpin face?