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Braille Non-Abrasive Griptape

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We are so excited to announce Braille non-abrasive grip!
Save your shoes. Save the world.

DKL Griptape won’t rip your shoes because its material is similar to the rubber found on ping pong paddles. Tested and proved legit alternative to sandpaper.

Instead of abrasion, we use concepts like molecular adhesion and the plow effect to achieve the same friction as sandpaper.

Dimensions: 33" x 9.25"



How to apply:

  • 1. Cut with a razor not already dulled by sandpaper
  • 2. Trim the grip at a tapered angle
  • 3. Sand the edges down
  • *see also our “How To Apply” video

TIP #2: DKL Griptape works best if your shoes don’t already have giant holes in them since it’s designed to grip your shoe’s material.

TIP #3: For a good as new grip, simply wipe with a damp rag to clean.



Customer Reviews

Based on 41 reviews
Yohei Miyazawa
Close to 5 stars

Good but doesn't give the same flick as regular grip. Feels like flicks miss and goes up for a credit card. Would use it for a cruiser than a street board.

Louie Antonucci
Great Stuff

This grip tape works great. Fast shipping as well.

will send a ton of spam emails upon making a purchase

even if the grip was great i wouldn’t recommend. spam spam spam. avoid.

Bill Hou
Still waiting for order to arrive

We ordered on Dec 17th and have not yet received the product hence the average rating

Rick McLarty
Skate board non abrasive grip tape

I used this on a rifle that had real slippery stock. It works great, I will share my info with the hunting community. Thanks

Our Purpose

Our purpose here at Braille Skateboarding is to inspire, motivate and teach the world to skateboard. We believe that anyone can and should skateboard regardless of age, color, body shape or size.

Here at Braille we want everyone to feel like they can progress on their board and learn to skate! That’s the basis that Braille is built off of and we won’t stop until skateboarding is the most popular sport in the