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The 3rd version of this Bone Deck has evolved into a completely rectangle shape! Urban Artt is definitely keeping up to par on the favoured street deck specifications. This version measures 22.44 inches long by 5 inches wide with boxed sides.
Urban Artt Primo Boxed Deck
- 5" wide top and bottom
- Squared front and back
- Reinforced ends
The 3rd version of this Bone Deck has evolved into a completely rectangle shape! Urban Artt is definitely keeping up to par on the favoured street deck specifications. This version measures 22.44 inches long by 5 inches wide with boxed sides. Unlike a lot of decks, you won't be losing any grind surface on the bottom. Another feature that sets this deck apart from the rest is that it fits every wheel size available on the market! Whether 12mm standard or 8mm, 30mm or 24mm wide, 125mm or 100mm diameter, the axles and spacers that would be needed are provided!
Specifications of the Urban Artt V3 Primo Evo Bone Deck:
Length: 22.44" / 570mm
Width: 5" / 125mm
Foot space: 16.92" / 430mm
Grind rail width: 1.3" / 33mm
5-0 space: 1.77" / 45mm
Crook space: 1.77" / 45mm
Headtube height: 110mm
Headtube manufacturing process: Extruded and Welded
Headtube angle: 82.5
Axle Compatability: 8mm or 12mm
Wheel compatability: 125mm / 30mm
My Current FavouriteBy: NootScoots on 12 January 2018The story behind this deck for me is complicated, so I will spare the details. What isn’t complicated to explain, however, is how damn good this deck is. With an insane amount of footspace for its size, as well as its compatibility with multiple wheel sizes, the new Primo Bone deck is the nicest deck I have ridden. The overall shape of the extrusion, along with the simplified head- and neck-tube design, keep the deck looking minimalistic and stylish at the same time; very similar to how a TSI pulls this off. Overall, with the feel that I get, along with the price (despite me not paying a cent for mine) is definitely worth it. Better than a TSI? You be the judge.