Skateboard wheels, as the name suggests, are wheels on skateboards, usually made of polyurethane as the main material. The proportion of polyurethane in the wheel is different, and the hardness of the wheel is also different. Wheels with a hardness of 85A are relatively soft, suitable for sliding on rough roads, and the sound is extremely low when sliding.
General skaters use 97A-103A wheels. This kind of hardness wheels are not only suitable for smooth marble and relatively flat roads, but also suitable for U pools, diving platforms and other props. There is no sound on smooth and flat areas such as 85A wheels.
Application of different sizes of skateboard wheels
1. 38-40mm wheels are used by fewer people. The wheels start and accelerate quickly, but have low stamina and are suitable for very flat roads.
2. 45mm-50mm wheels are the most suitable wheels for road type.
3. 52-60mm wheels are more suitable for use on props. Because the action on the props requires strong motivation, the lighter the board is the better for the leveling action, and the weight of the board on the props can sometimes bring greater inertia and impact, allowing you to soar higher and farther.
4. Off-road wheels over 60mm are more suitable for use in the field. Professional mountain skateboards use big rubber wheels.
Generally, the larger the wheel, the faster the speed, but the weight also increases. Small wheels are slow, which is an obvious difference. The wheel is an undervalued part of your skateboard, but the wheel determines how you feel when sliding. Zhongliang skateboard wheel manufacturer recommends that you match your board surface according to the wheels, and the smaller board surface is matched with smaller wheels. Big wheels need to be matched with larger plates.