New Apex Wheel Shape: The Slim Bowls

Teak Tuning is excited to announce that a new Apex Wheel shape has been added to the line up! The new “Slim Bowl” Shape is now available in multiple variations.

Measuring 7.5mm in diameter and 4.4mm wide, these wheels are a hybrid between the Cruiser style shape and New Street shape. This shape has the classic features of a bowl style cruiser wheel, but conveniently packed into a standard size wheel

These wheels are designed and made in the USA using a premium quality, custom Teak blended urethane. Each wheel is cast and cut in New York. 

These Apex Wheels contain premium bearings with an ABEC-9 rating. These bearings are our highest quality fingerboard wheel bearings. They are extremely smooth and completely silent. These are sturdy bearings that will allow extreme movement and control. However, due to them being greased and completely shielded, they do not have the free spin our "Ultra Spin" Edition bearings do. In actual use, they are extremely responsive and have a very free roll.

Like all Apex Wheels, The Slim Bowls feature a bearing lock design that locks the bearing into place. Many fingerboarders love the squeak sound that urethane wheels make as you powerslide across a surface or do a sharp turn. The level of squeak will depend on the durometer of the wheel and the riding surface.

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1 comment

  • Azariah Simpson

    These wheels are so stinkin’ smooth. They feel great and ride perfectly. Definitely going to be my main wheels. Good price too! Definitely recommend this for the average fingerboarder.

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