Santa Cruz Wave Dot Splice Drop Thru 9.0" Complete
Cruising, Carving, Freeriding
The Santa Cruz Wave Dot Splice Drop Thru is designed for smooth downhill and carving sessions. The board offers a comfortable, stable ride. No matter if you want to cruise relaxed through the city or if you are on the road with higher speed.
A versatile freeride board for creative skaters. No matter if you are cruising and carving in the city, or if you are gaining your first downhill experience at higher speeds.
The symmetrical shape is perfect for skating in both directions, whether forward or switch. With the drop-through truck mounting the board is one deck width lower than the top mount. The low centre of gravity increases stability and smooth running.
The trucks and wheels are perfectly adjusted to the board. The soft wheels provide the best grip and speed, even on rough surfaces. The deck comes in a proven maple wood construction.
Note: Wheel and truck colours may vary due to stock shortage.
Low concave for stability
- Article number: 643831
- Riding Style: Freeriding
- Width: 22.9 cm
- Length (inch): 36 inch
1 inch = 2,54 cm
drop-through or top-mount
Distance between front and rear truck. 1 inch = 2,54 cm
The outer width of the truck incl. the pin that holds the wheels. The truck width should approx. match the deck width. 1 inch = 2,54 cm
Width of the main part of the truck, without the pins. 1 inch = 2,54 cm
- Wheel Size: 66 mm
Usually from 75A (soft - silent, grip) to 101A (hard - fast, technical)
- ABEC Class: 5
- 9-ply maple deck
- Bullet 180 mm RKP trucks
- 72 mm 78A wheels
About Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz was never created with the idea of making it big. All that mattered was surfing. A group of Santa Cruz surfers started making boards that allowed them to "surf the pavement" when waves were flat. Little did they know that they were building an empire that shines just as bright today as it did 40 years ago at it's inception. Santa Cruz are determined to help you shred hard and safe be it on the pavement, in the skate park or catching some gnarly waves.