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Santa Cruz Roskopp Face III 9.93" Natural Skateboard Deck

Reissue of the Santa Cruz Rob Roskopp Face Three 9.93" x 30.99". Vintage late 1980's deck. Graphics by Jimbo Phillips on natural wood bottom veneer. 7-ply epoxy infused maple. deck with a kicktail and slight nose. Wheelbase 14.5" - 15". Nose 4.9", Tail 6.7". Old school concave. Black Jessup grip tape included (Installation upon request).

€124.95
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Available on: Wednesday, 3 July, 2024

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Reissue of the Santa Cruz Rob Roskopp Face Three 9.93" x 30.99". Vintage late 1980's deck. Graphics by Jimbo Phillips on natural wood bottom veneer. 7-ply epoxy infused maple. deck with a kicktail and slight nose. Wheelbase 14.5" - 15". Nose 4.9", Tail 6.7". Old school concave. Black Jessup grip tape included (Installation upon request).

Mounting advices

For this Roskopp Face 3 9.93", we would recommend traditional geometry trucks with a width of 169mm (such as Independent 169). The choice of wheels depends on the usage, but a diameter between 56 and 60mm (consider using 1/4" riser pads) is a good match. Prefer a soft durometer (lower than 90A) if the usage is primarily cruising or pump track, or 95A and above for skatepark riding.

About Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz was founded in 1973 in California and remains the oldest active skateboard brand. The history of Santa Cruz is closely tied to the evolution of skate and old school culture.

Rob Roskopp History

Rob Roskopp is an American skateboarder born in 1963 in Detroit. Rob landed in California in 1982 and turned pro for Santa Cruz Skateboards a few months later, remaining with them until 1991. During these years, Rob Roskopp traveled all over the world for demos and appeared in numerous videos. His favorite terrains are ramps and bowls. In the early 1990s, Rob briefly served as a manager for Sims Skateboards. In 1993, Rob co-founded the Santa Cruz Bicycle mountain bike company, which he then led until 2023.

Santa Cruz
SCRUZ-ROSKOPPFACE399-DECK
Lenght
30.8"
Width
9.93"
Construction
7-Plys Maple
Wheelbase
14.5" - 15"
Nose Lenght
4.9"
Tail Lenght
6.7"
Kicks
Double Kicks
Shape
Old School
Year of Release
2024

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