Dogtown Skateboards

Dogtown Riser Pads 0.375″ Light Grey


Suitable for old school and new school hole patterns, these Dogtown Riser Pads solve wheel-bite problem for those riders who prefer a loose truck/big wheel combo. This pair of 0.375″ riser pads includes a Dogtown Cross sticker!

Now available in a light grey colourway, these Dogtown Riser Pads will blend cohesively with your silver trucks, and provide that little bit of clearance on your reissue board setup!

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The Dogtown Riser Pads are the perfect addition to your setup if you’re wanting to run bigger wheels without getting wheel bite.

Riser pads, or risers, are hard plastic pads that can be inserted between the skateboard trucks and deck to increase the space between your wheels and your board, giving you extra room to try out some bigger wheels. Just remember that if you want to install riser pads to your board, you’ll want to increase your hardware length as well.

Overall, the Dogtown Riser Pads are just what your board needs to give you that extra little bit of clearance. In addition, these are suitable for old school and new school hole patterns!


  • Size: 0.375″ Rigid Riser
  • Sold as a pair
  • Dogtown Cross Design
  • Prevents Wheel Bite
  • Get more turn & leverage
  • Dogtown Cross Design
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Dogtown Skateboards Canada for Sale - Pickup VancouverDogtown Skateboards “Our only Crime is Being Original” Dogtown, as a concept, has existed since the early 1970’s. It was the birthplace of progressive skateboarding, Santa Monica/Venice, California. In the celebrated documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys, Santa Monica/Venice was a forgotten slum by the sea.
Out of the wreckage of Abbot Kinney’s dream town gone bad, roamed young surfers searching for outlets after the surf got blown out. They found it through an aggressive approach to skateboarding never seen before. Jim Muir, the founder of Dogtown Skateboards, was one of these kids. For 38 years Dogtown Skateboards has been synonymous with hardcore skateboarding.
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Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 1 cm