Amgrip Griptape! This is the perfect balance of grit that keeps the board attached to your feet while not destryoing your shoes too fast. It skates great with the new Hashtag cutout. Grab a sheet!
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Posted by Todd Anderson on 16th Nov 2016
I have mixed reviews with this product. This is my first time using AmGrip as well. The grip is really good. And seems to be holding up just fine. But the only problem that I ran into was during initial setup. The grip went on fine and it cut fine. But when pushed a bolt through from the bottom and smacked it with my truck a large chunk of the grip tape ripped off around each hole. So now the near perfect grip job I was pretty damn proud of looks like crap. So I'm not sure how I feel about this product. Maybe I'll buy it again in the future but pop the bolts through a different way. I'm not sure yet. But other then that, the grip IS pretty good.
Posted by Nathan Cox on 18th Aug 2016
cutouts are easy to punch out and work with, doesn't rip while you're skating, grip is perfect for riding and tricks, easy to move on but still very grippy. Love it!
Posted by Ethan Fread on 18th May 2016
The grip tape is a really good grip tape for a really good price... My shoes arnt as worn out like other grip does and I can land tricks and it's great! Defiantly recommend to anyone
Posted by Logan on 6th Jan 2016
I skated several years ago on longboards and cruisers, and was more into the speed, until I had a rough fall and stopped for a few years. Now I'm trying to get into street skating, and I got this grip for my board, and so far it seems to be the perfect amount of grip for my liking.
Posted by Nate Bingaman on 5th Dec 2015
Gritty enough to keep you on, light enough to let you flick. What more can you ask for? Oh yeah, and the cutout is diggety dank.
Posted by Lane Shippy on 10th Oct 2015
Amgrip seems to be pretty decent, not too gritty, but enough to grip, much like jessup. It cuts actually better than jessup does, its a bit stiffer. Waiting until my low life deck is done to switch them, and Will update my review then.