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Longboard wheels

Wheel diameter
Wheel width
Wheel hardness

Good to know

Whether you’re looking for a pair of longboard wheels to replace your worn out longboard wheels, looking for an upgrade of your wheels or simply looking for a pair of longboard wheels to personalise the look of your longboard you can be sure to find it here.

Longboard wheels

Longboard wheels are typically bigger and softer than ordinary skateboard wheels. The bigger size gives more speed, and the softer urethane provides better grip for the longboard wheel - both things which are good for the cruising style of longboards.

Cruiser wheels

For cruising around in the streets, most skaters choose the softer wheels even though their speed and acceleration lower slightly because of it. This is because softer wheels have better shock-absorption and therefore are more comfortable to cruise with when skating on bumpy roads.

Longboard wheels for sliding

For sliding, hard wheels are usually much better. First of all, because they have less grip, meaning they slide more easily. Secondly, because harder wheels are more durable, which is good for sliding where the wheels get worn down more heavily.

Downhill longboard wheels

For downhill, it would make sense that the better choice would be hard wheels since you can reach a higher speed with them, but most downhill skaters choose the opposite. The reason why is that when skating downhill you can reach a very high speed, making it difficult to turn without sliding. The extra grip from soft wheels helps to make downhill turns easier, thus keeping you on the road when it is most difficult to stay on it.