Our newest featured artist is primed to take us on a journey to the blackness of space, and the horrors that awaits. We’re stoked to introduce our latest artist collection from Brazilian illustrator, Pedro Correa. His work can be found in everything from magazines, to gig posters, to museum galleries, and now gracing his own Sector 9 collection. We’ve chosen Pedro’s super detailed visions of terror from the depths of outer space in his signature, muted color palette for a well-rounded quiver of shapes in the Chop Hop, Fractal and Dropper. The blackness of ocean depths meets the blackness of uncharted space in these all new anxiety-inducing graphics. Makes us wonder what’s really out there!
Freeride Downhill Commuter
Length: 41.0” Width: 9.625” Wheelbase: 29.0”
10.0” Gullwing Reverse Trucks 70mm 78a Nineballs ABEC 5 Blaze Bearings with Built-In Spacers 1.125” Truss Head Steel Bolts Extra Coarse Grip Tape
8 Ply Maple Printed Grip Tape Sharp Rails for Extra Grip and Control Drop Rocker Mold Drop Thru Symmetrical Shape Double Kick Art by Pedro Correa