Vecter Deck


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Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Work it Harder. Make it Better

The concept behind The Vecter 37 came from the strong revolutionary construction of the Apex longboard line, but the execution was different; this time, we wanted to push the envelope on downhill and freeride, so we made the Vecter 37 from 5 ply northeastern maple sandwiched with quad-axial fiberglass, making it one of the strongest downhill longboard skateboards on the market. We wanted it wide, but not too wide, so we made the 9 inch board 0.5 inches wider at the foot placements to compliment the 0.70 inch mid drop. That shiz gives your feet that super cozy locked in feeling and pushes you in all the right ways to confidently initiate stronger slides at faster speeds.

Vector 37 Specs

The Devil is in the details. Here’s the Vecter 37 stacks up.

  • Dimensions: Length: 37″ x Width: 9.5″
  • Wheelbase: 25.5″ to 28.0″
  • Concave Depth @10″: (.7″)
  • Concave Shape: Mid Drop to Angled Tub
  • Rocker Depth: .1″ Rocker
  • Mounting: Multiple Brackets / Flushmount
  • Contruction: Quad-Axial Fiberglass + 5 Ply Maple
  • KickSpecs: Improved Nose/Tail Flairs
  • Wedge or DeWedge Front / Back: 0.0 / 0.0

High Speed. Revolutionary Construction.

Hypothetically speaking, what if we wanted a longboard that could take us downhill, but also allow us to initiate a more aggressive, long, controlled slide. Again, hypothetically speaking, what if we wanted revolutionary construction, like quad axial fiberglass, to give us a kinky concave that locks in our feet for fast riding, while also inspiring us to go for anything because the longboard is made stronger, making your riding stronger. No need for hypotheticals; the Vecter 37 is a reality.

Work it Harder. Make it Better.

Dat 0.70 inch Cave. The Vecter 37 makes everything you do easier, faster, and stronger. The Vecter is the next level implementation of the concave concepts that we developed during our work on the Apex DiamondDrop and Maven, BUT the Vecter is steeper and deeper. With a lucky 0.70 inch concave that starts earlier and locks-in-hard later and a full length brick shape (no end to your efp), the Vecter lets you get creative with zero fear of flying off. The Vecter 37 longboard skateboard tops that off because it is an #ultradeepdamnnearwheelbiteproof flushmount. Your trucks get to ride at their intended geometry, while you get to ride bigger wheels without fear of wheelbite. Built strong so you can get fast.

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2 reviews for Vecter Deck

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Donny Williams

    The concave of the Vecter 37 kept my feet locked in during a rainy day at the Ithaca slide jam. I am a rider of novice downhill skill and never rain skate, but I felt in control on my RDVX grip tape and Vecter deck. I ride my Vecter 37 with Caliber II 50 degree trucks and purple Orangatang Skiffs. I spend the most time freeriding with my set up.
    The Vecter has multiple mounting options to give you a short 25.5 inch wheelbase perfect for manuals and shuv-its, or you can extend your trucks out to a stable 28 inch wheelbase for stability at high speeds. The Vecter’s Diamond Drop concave keeps my feet locked in for backside checks and big frontside 180s. It is nice to see the great concave from the Apex series put on a stiffer deck meant strictly for fast freeride and downhill. Now riders can utilize the Diamond Drop concave shape to its full potential.
    I would recommend the Vecter 37 to anyone looking for a stable downhill deck with great concave and a good-looking graphic selection. The Scarab Beatle is badass!

    -Donny Williams, Team Rider

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dillon Dunn

    I received the Vecter as a gift from some of my friends about three years ago. The Vecter is worth every penny, especially since the price has dropped (now at $159). It has been strong for me for three years and shows no signs of slowing down. Sadly I blew the nose open on a storm drain a few months back, but the board is still riding fine for now.

    The concave is just aggressive enough to keep you locked in 360 degrees but not so aggressive that it’s uncomfortable for commuting or hitting a parking garage. That’s the best part of the concave — versatility. I am a college student so this thing has handled everything from crappy pavement to curbs to pedestrians’ feet. I have to shift my stance around a lot on campus and I feel pretty comfortable on the deck, regardless of where my feet are. The pockets are pretty noticeable and board awareness is top notch because of that. Even the sharp edges of the nose and tail (though there is no concave here) actually keep my feet locked in decently enough for some fun slides (though blunt slides are difficult).

    One of the perceivable cons to the drop / radial concave is that a footstop is difficult to mount on the board. But, in three years of riding, I actually haven’t needed a footstop, which I guess speaks to the power of the concave. The kick tails are not very functional for freestyle, but you can get up and down curbs with decent efficiency.

    I’ve taken it to a few races in the mountains and it’s held up extremely well. The drop (slightly under an inch, I think), is definitely noticeable in the straights and slides as it gives more stability at speed and makes kicking slides out just a little bit easier. So, does it behave like a top mount or a drop board? I would say it’s right in the middle, probably 75% top mount behavior and 25% drop deck in the corners. It will slide out just a hair before your typical true topmount, but the slide is much more controllable when it does give way.

    The five plys keep it lightweight while the fiberglass keeps it nice and rigid. I don’t notice any flex, really, and I’m 6′-0″ and 185 lbs. Wheel wells are functional enough. With no risers I was able to run up to 72mm with no problem, and minimal bite with larger wheels.

    The Vecter is a fantastic board and my favorite for downhill and freeride that I have ridden in the six years that I have been skating. I’ve ridden boards from other US companies, Canadian ones, and even one in Indonesia. The Vecter is my mainstay.
    Though it was initially a gift, I would purchase the deck again if given the chance. Well I mean I wouldn’t just purchase it for fun but if my current Vecter broke I’d order another one certainly.

    If you wanna go fast or sideways and you don’t want to have to use a footstop, buy this deck.

    PS: The Scarab Beetle version is 12% faster than the alternative graphic.

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