I got rid of them to my neighbor’s kid last week lol.
Saw this post and thought I could help him out but then I remembered
Why opt for a harder wheel? Is she really going to be doing slides with them?
Bump…blue or purple @b264 @rusins @J0ker @Sn4Pz @Saturn_Corp @ahrav
Witch do you guys prefer it’s for a beginner?
Blue seems like the easy answer for comfort, and purple for longevity. Blue is soft and likes to chunk but purple is pretty hard, and won’t chunk as easily
why not orange 80A?
“Is ThAT a BoOsTED BoARd?”
Orange wheels and a skateboard = boosted for most people lol
function over form, but to each their own…
Doesn’t match my girls board I want something light and that pops any suggestions?
Frankly if you’re choosing these wheels it’s kind of your fault
There are better options, but not for the money… And probably not at this size
Something something just lathe some tb110s down
I find the 80-85mm wheels a bit small personally, 97mm are comfier, 110mm even more so but they heavy
cant go wrong with the arctic blues
You should look high and low for those boosted wannabe clones Jeff produced, they’re 90mm and were apparently pretty nice. Kegel too.
Alternatively isn’t the current 85mm evolve formula good too?
TB 100 would be cool if they had them in Arctic blue @torqueboards
? Are those the Boas
Negativo, they came as the front wheels for the hubs. Slim chance someone will have them, but
You should try and give Jeff an email lol
I wonder what he’s up to
Orange wheels are the best mid-ground between comfort and durability. (I don’t think my orange caguamas have chipped to this day) They’re easy to find used as well if you want to save some money. But if your daughter isn’t an aggressive rider and your roads aren’t terrible, light blue is the better option.