Ignite Foam Grip Tape for Onewheel XR - Custom Camo
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Ignite Foam Grip Tape is the strongest, grippiest, most durable grip tape on the market! This 24 grit grip tape is specifically formulated for extreme durability and flexibility to insure you will stay attached to your board in the roughest of conditions! No matter what foot pad style you have we have you covered! We have measured ALL the most popular REAR & FRONT footpads available to date on the market to ensure the perfect fit!
Tired of foot fatigue? Are your feet slipping around while off-roading? Wanting improved FRONT foot pad sensor response... Ignite Grip Tape can also be paired with our specially formulated 3/16" Shock Absorbing Gel Foam. This foam is dialed in! With over 3 years in R&D and market research we can confidently say that you will instantly be hooked! We are 100% confident that you will instantly be blown away by the change in the quality of your ride that we have a MONEY BACK GUARENTEE on all our Ignite Grip Tape! Join the 1000's of happy customers that have chosen Ignite Grip Tape as their go to Grip Tape for Onewheels and E-Skateboards!
ALL Ignite Grip Tape/Foam Grip Tape is PERFORATED to insure an easy install without the possibility of causing footpad sensor issues!
Q&A from Customers:
Q. What causes a board to "Ghost"?(foot pad sensor engages with no rider on the board) A. Several things can cause ghosting. 1st Common problem is from over heating the Foot Pad sensor. This happens when removing the "Stock" grip tape. We recommend using very little heat. Just enough heat to get the surface area of the grip tape to 125F. 2nd Common problem is caused when air is trapped in-between the grip tape and the sensor. This creates an air pocket that puts pressure on the sensor causing it to engaging. ALL Ignite Grip Tape & Foam Grip Tape is PERFORATED to insure no air pockets get trapped in between the sensor and grip tape.
Q. Will the foam tear, where out, or flatten if used by aggressive 200+LBS riders? A. No this foam will not wear out or crush!
Q. Will the Images wear off that are printed on the Grip Tape? How do you recommend to clean the grip tape? A. We recommend using a brush. You can add water while brushing to get it looking NEW! When using water we recommend using our Epoxy Foot Pad Sensor Sealant / Plastic & Wood Repair Kit. To insure your FRONT Foot Pad Sensor is properly sealed.
Q. After installing my FRONT foot pad sensor back on my board it will not engage... A. 99 out of 100 times its because you have your tire cable pugged into your foot pad connector and your foot pad cable plugged into your tire cable connector.
Q. Is REMOVAL of the Foam Grip Tape difficult? Do you need a heat gun? A. No, our customized specially formulated 3M adhesive allows for easy removal. You heard that right! We had our 3M double sided adhesive customized so it will stick to wood, plastic, rubber, urethan, & foam. The best part is that all of this was achieved with virtually ZERO residue when removed!
Q. Why is the Foam Grip Tape tearing off in pieces when I am removing it? A. Make sure to pull off our adhesive liner at the same time as the foam. This will insure the foam and grip tape all come off in one piece and not 100's of tiny foam pieces.
Q. Can I install Ignite Grip Tape/Foam Grip Tape on top of my existing grip tape or do I need to remove my old grip tape? A. REMOVE your old grip tape! We NEVER recommend this practice. It is risky and can cause ghosting issues.
INSTRUCTIONS: Please click on the Grip Tape Install video below for complete instructions.
**When removing the front pad grip tape be sure you DO NOT REMOVE the top layer of plastic on the front foot pad sensor. ALWAYS remove tape by pulling it across the surface of the foot pad. NEVER PULL AWAY from the foot pad in a Upwards motion which can cause the sensor to delaminate and cause engagement issues**
WARNING: Stock grip tape removal or adding a pad to your front sensor can be potentially hazardous - DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK. 1Wheel Parts LLC is not responsible for bodily injury or board damages.