Mob Grip Skateboard Griptape Yellow Sheet Griptape - 9" x 33"
This Mob Grip Skateboard Griptape Yellow Sheet Griptape is 9" x 33" professional quality Mob Grip grip tape. Formulated with long-lasting glue to provide the best stick, this grip tape's fine-grit texture and smooth cutting makes it perfect for skateboards, cruisers, longboards, and more.
- One (1) sheet of Premium Mob Grip Skateboard Griptape Yellow Sheet Griptape from Mob Grip
- Sheet Size: 9" x 33"
- Formulated with long-lasting glue to provide the best grip
- Perfect, fine-grit texture and smooth cutting
- Great for skateboards, cruisers, longboards, and more
Instructions for successful Mob Grip tape application:
MOB Grip uses special pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA’s) which get stronger and more permanent over time. Following these instructions insures the tape will stick to the skateboard immediately after installation and then slowly become even more permanent as each day passes. The special adhesive of Mob Grip, when properly applied to the skateboard, are stronger against peeling, delamination, chipping or curling/lifting when subjected to very cold or hot weather and temperatures.
- All pressure sensitive adhesives are affected by cold and hot temperatures. Store grip tape in no lower than 55 degree F (13 degree C); apply grip tape at room temperature of 60-80 degree F, (16 – 27 degree C). The skateboard deck should also be room temperature.
- Apply grip tape to skateboard and use your hands, a skateboard wheel or the Mob Grip tape roller to insure complete contact of the grip tape to the skateboard and the top of the skateboard’s edge.
- Additional bonding can be increased by then placing board on the floor (on a non-marking carpet) and standing on the grip tape, moving your feet around the surface of skateboard to insure maximum pressure to bond the grip tape to skateboard and the top of the skateboard’s edge.
- Burnish (scrape) grip tape around the top edge of skateboard, using a round steel object (screwdriver w/ handle) at a 45 degree angle. Apply maximum contact pressure exactly where the blade will trim the grip tape, this helps prevent lifting during the trimming process. On this step, do not cut through the grip tape; just remove the silicon carbide grit (sand). Burnishing the edge also makes cutting easier, smoother and more accurate by removing/crushing the grit (sand) at the burnished top edge of the board.
- Trim grip tape with a sharp safety blade at a 45 degree angle, use caution on this step to cut a clean line around the edge of skateboard and also be careful to not cut yourself. After you trim the grip tape, take a piece of scrap grip tape and lightly sand the top edge you just trimmed. This knocks the grit (sand) edge down a bit.
- Final step is to return the board to the ground on a non-marking surface (carpet) to re-apply pressure to all surfaces of grip tape, including along the top edge of the skateboard, insuring a solid bond to the skateboard. Now set that deck up and go skate!
How to Buy Skateboard Grip Tape
Grip tape is sold in single sheets that are 9" X 33". The bottom of the sheet will peel off, revealing a very sticky underside that will stick to the top of the skateboard deck. Once applied to your skateboard, use a box cutter or razor blade to cut your grip tape to fit your skateboard deck exactly.
What is skateboard grip tape?
Grip tape is a gritty, sandpaper-like material that is applied with adhesive to the top of the skateboard deck to provide traction. Grip tape allows the rider's feet to grip the surface of the skateboard deck and helps the skater stay on the board while doing tricks. Warehouse Skateboards offers a variety of colors and patterns of grip tape. Grip tape can be used to brighten a board, add texture, and express your personal style. While grip tape is most often found in black, it is available in clear to allow you to show off a company logo, or die-cut to display a design and/or color of your skateboard deck.
If you still have questions about skateboard grip tape, please visit our Skateboard Grip Tape Buying and Installation Guide.