The Tiffany is Scott Smith’s new Pro model from Sector 9’s Downhill Division. It is a directional top-mount speed board with a 5/8” directional drop in the front, and W-concave in the rear. This 9-ply maple deck is 37” in length, 10” wide, has 4 wheelbase options 28” upwards, and features CNC wheel wells.
For this particular review we wanted to go fast, so we decided to head up to the Santa Cruz mountains for some speedy redwood forest runs.
The Tiffany’s directional shaping and front drop provide for stability and a great referencing for your front foot. The W-concave in the rear helps keep your foot positioned and planted at speed. And we really enjoyed the stiffness of the 9ply construction.
It must be noted that this deck is built for going fast and mobbing mountain roads. It may not be the best first-option for your next neighborhood slide jam or kicking around town.
Overall: The Tiffany is a very solid downhill speed board. The concave and shape are well thought out, and provide for a comfortable and stable ride. The drop in front allows for a slightly “divier” feel even when running lower trucks like Caliber 44s. And due to the well-placed wheel-wells, wheel bite is not an issue when running lower degree trucks, or larger wheels. Bottom Line, this is real fun board that’s ready for serious speed.
If you have any further questions hit us up at Wheelbasemag.com via our Contact Us page, or visit www.sector9.com. From all of us here at Wheelbase, we’d like to thank you for watching this Wheelbase Product Review for the Sector 9’s new Tiffany board.