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Draft Downhill

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Grip Tape | JESSUP GRIP TAPE

Draft Downhill

Regular Price
$436.00
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$436.00
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Grip Tape

JESSUP GRIP TAPE

Perfect for people looking to get into fast downhill riding, the Draft Complete doesn’t hold back. Set up on big, grippy, 80mm 83a duro Kegels and precise Caliber III RAWs, you’ll always be at the front of the pack. This super stiff board features three axes of unidirectional carbon fibre at the front of the platform to entirely eliminate torsion and flex, and a solid 7 ply maple construction throughout. Strap yourself in, you’re going for
a ride.

Every Zenit complete comes with free Zenit built-in bearings and Hardware.


If you want a different setup, simply add the Deck, the Trucks and the Wheels you want to your cart and we will still give you the free bearings and hardware you need to setup your complete board.


The complete board is shipped unassembled so, if you don't own one already, we recommend the purchase of a Skate Tool to setup your complete board.

Customer Reviews

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Albert Marrero
Beast Mode!

The Draft is a mean little honey badger of a deck!!! I ordered mine with an extra maple ply. I was worried that the standing platform was going to be too short for my taste, but it is spot on! I have a couple of older Evo decks (11-ply, 15 front wedge, -15 back), that I absolutely love, but the Draft is an whole different beast. The shorter wheelbase makes it much more nimble. The composites construction combined with the shorter length make the deck much more rigid, yet very light.

I set mine up with Cuei Killers on Ronin ProLites at 155mm hangers, and 40/40 baseplates, giving an effective 50/27 split for downhill. The ride was a blast on some 40MPH downhill runs. I've also run it with the same Ronin 40/40 baseplates with 174mm ProLite hangers and purple KRimes for garage sessions. It's a great garage bomber! I've yet to take it out for a proper slide session, but I've got some FreeBase wheels ready for that next. It's very easy to initiate slides with the drop pockets and short overall length. Feet are locked in, and kicking out standies or hands down is effortless.

If you're on the fence, pull the trigger! You won't be disappointed.

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John Gilbert
Like the Evo, but Better

Platform feels bigger, with its squarer shape and less taper to the neck. Wedge/dewedge makes setup easy. Deck is much thinner than the Evo. It's stiff, but not as stiff as advertised. 210lb rider, and I feel the slightest bit of flex when I stand on it. Plenty stiff, but not what I was expecting. Rides great in TKPs or RKPs. If you're a heavyweight looking for an LDP setup, this maybe be the deck for you. 169mm TKPs with >85mm wheels, feels pretty great. Minus one star for the flex (very slight). Still the 2022 deck I'm most hyped about though 🔥🤙