Seismic Lokton Griptape Lasercut Hole Pieces 36-Grit
  • Seismic Lokton Griptape Lasercut Hole Pieces 36-Grit

Seismic Lokton Griptape Lasercut Hole Pieces 36-Grit

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A pack chockfull of lasercut hole pieces of the 36-grit Lokton sheets from Seismic. Available in different hole-patterns that not only appeal to aesthetic, but reduce weight on top of your board while the edges of the pieces increase grip!

  • Fishnet
  • Honeycomb
  • Metal-Plate
  • Ninja
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Color: Midnight Blue
Size: Various sizes
Type: Coarse
Grit: 36

These Lokton pieces are available in Honeycomb, Metal-Plate, Ninja and Fishnet pattern. The hole pieces decrease lots of weight since you can apply them wherever you want on your deck. This 36 grit is one of the grippiest tapes on the market and will perform in heat or rain. This pack contains approximately 50 lasercut hole pieces of 36-grit Lokton griptape.

Make sure you apply this griptape on clean, dry deck surfaces at room temperature.
For best results, follow these directions:

1) If deck is coated with excess lacquer, buff with fine sandpaper and clean off residue with Naptha.
2) Use a blow dryer or heat gun to warm up Lokton after removing release paper but before placing on deck.
3) Place on deck, then immediately apply pressure by standing on all areas of the Lokton.
4) Trim edges by cutting from the top. Do not bend or file edges, as this can cause excessive grain shedding.

The PSA (pressure-sensitive adhesive) on the back of Lokton is some of the best, most heat-resistant on the market. However, it does not always bond well to unusual combinations of deck-top materials and finishes, especially certain types of Formica and heavy lacquer. The results may vary.


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