Apex 61D Urethane Fingerboard Wheels, Mini "Shorty" Shape, Premium ABEC-9 Stealth Bearings - Yellow Sol Colorway - Set of 4


Regular price €29,95
Expected to Ship Tuesday August 16
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★ COLOR: Yellow Sol
★ MATERIAL: Premium Urethane
★ HARDNESS: 61D Durometer
 SIZE: 6.6mm diameter, 5mm wide

Set of four Apex Series, Mini "Shorty" Fingerboard Wheels in "Yellow Sol" Colorway. The mini "Shorty" shape wheels are slightly smaller than the average fingerboard wheel. These small and compact wheels are great for maximum control and doing tricks on all kinds of surfaces. The Shorty 61D wheels are our softest wheels yet, and are equivalent to 101A hardness. The feel of these wheels are very similar to real skateboard wheels. They’re not too hard, and they’re not too soft. Measuring 6.6mm in diameter and 5mm wide, these wheels are great for easy riding and performing a variety of tricks. Many fingerboarders love the squeak sound that urethane wheels make as you powerslide across a surface or do a sharp turn.

"Yellow Sol" Colorway features swirls of yellow, with subtle hints of orange. This colorway also glows in the dark after being exposed to the sun.

The Shorty 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.

These wheels are designed and made in the USA using a premium quality, custom Teak blended urethane. Each wheel is casted and cut in New York. Colors are hand mixed and may vary slightly between sets.

Perfect for riders of all skill levels. Includes a free Teak Tuning sticker.

Storage tube cap color may vary.

Stealth vs. Ultra Spin bearings -> Check out this blog explaining the differences

Small Parts. Not suitable for children under the age of 14.

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