Just because you're seeing the shortest top mount model of the Sector 9 Downhill Division Longboard Series, doesn't mean you should overlook Lacey.
Sector 9's Lacey Longboard Skateboard Model is quite flexible (not in stiffness) with two wheelbase options (30.6" & 31.6") to allow you to get a little crazy, or keep it mellow should you choose to do so. Sure, Lacey's a bit on the natural side, but that's what you get when you bring Canadian Maple into the picture!
If you are a bit worried about getting wheel-bite with this top mount model, don't be! Lacey has some generously sized wheel wells to help you get into the motion without having to worry about any disrupting commotion.
Taking note of Lacey's large tail and added W Concave (on the 2012 Model), you'll realize that once you're smashing down a hill at mach speed, you will have very little problem keeping your back foot in place.
If you're looking for a top mount longboard skateboard model with maximum effective foot platform and wheelbase along with a petite frame, give Lacey a try!
If you're the type of rider who would prefer to carve and slash around town, grab hold of some 10" Gullwing Charger Longboard Skateboard Trucks and some 69mm Sector 9 Race Formula Slalom Downhill Longboard Wheels.
If you prefer high speed and making regular trips to ShredTown, get a set of 10" Gullwing Stalker Trucks and some 70mm Sector 9 Race Formula Longboard Wheels and you'll make it happen in no time.
The Sector 9 Downhill Division Longboard Series is produced in limited quantities. These boards are designed for the serious downhill rider and not for skating to and from class. For that reason, you won't find these boards anywhere in a facility that also houses a food court and/or movie theatre...