The Seismic Details :
Pack of three (3) 11×11-inch square sheets of 36-grit Lokton™ griptape. Color: Midnight Blue.
Available in three lasercut hole patterns, as well as Solid for maximum surface coverage. Honeycomb, Metal-Plate, and Ninja hole patterns decrease weight by up to 40%, while hole edges increase grip.
Noticeably sharper, tougher, and grippier. Grit stays ultra-sharp, doesn’t flake off. No smearing or peeling, even in heat or rain. The best grip in the history of grip. Lock in with Lokton™!
Apply Lokton only to 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 gently 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.
Lokton does not always adhere well to the top of other grip tape, but it will conform to the contours of most concaves and implants. The Ninja lasercut conforms more easily to deeper concaves.
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. Your results may vary.
Our Two Cents :
This is by far the gnarliest longest lasting grip out there. You will get tired of the pattern before the grip gets tired, trust.
If you are looking for tip to tip full coverage of your deck and it is over 33" we would recommend going for the full 40" Sheets of Lokton.
These 11"x11" squares are great for decks where maybe you don't want to grip the full thing, or if you feel like you are constantly wearing down the grip on specific area where your feet are. Measure out a 11" chunk and just replace one or two sections at a time.