Carving/Cruising - Carving/cruising wheels meet the needs of many different skate disciplines but generally, have a good roll speed and are soft enough to handle craggy streets riddled with cracks and rocks.
Centerset - The hubs in these wheels are set equidistant from the lips, resulting in an even wear and a controlled slide.
Word to the wise: They can be rotated (like your car's tires) to promote even wear and a longer lifespan.
Round Lip - Breaks traction more easily and offers smoother transitions from grip to slide. Round lip wheels are generally preferred for freeriding.
Smooth - The natural shiny finish provides extra grip for railing corners and is more responsive when pumping/carving compared to wheels with a stone ground finish.
78a - The most common durometer we see amongst cruiser wheels. They have great grip for cornering and easily roll over cracks, small rocks and the like.
- Set of 4 Wheels
- Round Lip