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Jessup Jessup Grip Tape

Go with the original- Jessup! 9"x33" U.S.A.
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Does Jessup tear up your shoes fast?

Like say 6 hours of mild skating... what condition will your shoes be in?
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The Jessup Grip Tape has a mild coarseness. After six hours of skating, the griptape wouldn't tear your shoes up much at all I would think.
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Witch to choose?

Im a beginner and im buying a custom deck but i dont know witch grip tape to get. People say Mob is the best, but then Jessup is better? right now i only do ollies and shove its.
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The Mob griptape has a very rough coarseness and provides excellent grip, but tears up shoes a lot quicker. The Jessup tape is smoother and will not provide as much grip; but for beginner's, this would be the better choice I think. However, in the end it comes down to personal preference. But since you don't really know the differences of the tape and their effects on riding, I would probably recommend starting out with a mild coarseness.
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how much grip does it have
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I couldn't find a specific grit rating for the Jessup Grip Tape. If I were to guess, I would have to say the Jessup's Silicon Carbide grit is similar to a 320 grit sandpaper.
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