64mm Seismic Cry Baby Longboard Skateboard Wheels

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(3 reviews)
Specifications
  • Diameter: 64mm
  • Width: 42mm
  • Contact Patch: 28mm
  • Durometer: 84a, 88a
  • Lip Profile: Round
  • Core Placement: Centerset
  • Wheel Surface: Smooth
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$39.95 USD

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Description

The Seismic Cry Baby longboard skateboard wheel are pure sugar. Standing at either 60mm or 64mm with a narrow contact patch these babies can go sideways at low speeds and high speeds.

They are very easy to push and hold slides out with no nasty hook up, and they dump quite a bit of urethane. They come in three durometer options; yellow 80a, and red 84a which are buttery and smooth, perfect for free riding. And blue 88a which are a little more slippery and better for all around riding.

We recommend slapping these little tikes on your double kick or favorite free ride machine for smooth drifty slides.

Seismic's Description

The 64mm Cry Babies offer smooth, predictable slides with great hookup, grip when you need it, and awesome ’thane lines. Baby bottle and diaper change included, but only on the graphic.

“Everything about these wheels is a blast,” said Seismic team rider Lamin Cassama of Stockholm. “They’re just the size and shape I’ve been searching for, with an amazingly consistent, controllable slide.”

Added Dre “Grizzly” Nubine of Aurora, Colorado, “The consistency is unbelievable – no chop at all, just sugary crisp sliding and slow, even wear. The slide and hookup at high speeds is perfect.”

Reviews

Seismic 64mm 80a Cry Babies
on 2016-06-08 Verified Purchase
In my opinion, these are the best freeride wheels in their class on the market for lighter riders (under 140lbs) who like to slide in the 20-35mph range, leave good thane, grip or drift grip pretty well when necessary and operate optimally in the 65-90 degree temperature range. I prefer other wheels when it is really cold or super hot, where they become less consistent and predictable. Perhaps a stone ground finish would be the only thing that could make them better.
TJ JOO WAS RIGHT
on 2016-01-20 Verified Purchase
Creamy and controllable wears kinda fast. took about 10 days of 2 hour sessions in 35 degree weather. small contact patch gives easy break away. WATCH OUT FOR FLAT SPOTS. if you see a small one forming just do some medium length 180s to fix it out.
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88a seismic crybabies
on 2015-11-19
Pros. These wheels thane the most out of any other wheel I have owned so far. (Getting the 80 or 84a soon so that might change) I have gotten thane dust on my hangers after a 45 minute session of 20 mph slides. Keep in mind that I am 110 pounds, so they will thane even more for heavier people. They are also ridiculously consistent. Over one of the largest cracks in my neighborhood, the slide is still practically the same. Easy kickout and hookup. You can tell about 5 seconds beforehand when the wheels are about to hookup. Once you warm them up, the kickout is just barely enough to grip around corners, but you can kick it out at any time to shave a tiny bit of speed. If you haven't warmed them up by doing a couple of small slides before each session, the kickout and hookup are a little more abrupt. Once you warm them up though, it becomes a chalkyish, butteryish slide. Small size. You can fit it on any setup. If 64 mm is still too big, don't worry. It will be smaller soon. Very soon. Also, these wheels are great for a park/pool setup in a pinch. On concrete, they are fast, but grippy due to their soft-ish duro for a park wheel. Cons Lots of thane. If you hold your slide at 90, prepare for flatspots/ovals. But if they aren't too bad, you can do some long, glovedown slides below ninety degrees to get rid of them. Also, you will have to rotate your wheels often so the size of all 4 are close to the same. Small size. Not for downhill. Not stone ground. I know, with the way they thane, it doesn't take long. It took me 30 minutes in 30 degree Fahrenheit weather doing 10 mph slides. For a heavier rider, or faster Slide feel The slide feels very interesting. (In a good way) It is not quite in the pavement, but it isn't gliding over top like some other wheels I own. It almost feels like the center point of the wheel is gliding over the pavement, but the lip is dragging in the pavement. This makes the initiation very easy, like a icy wheel, but the actual slide very chalky. Slide length The slide is very long, and doesn't kill too much speed. But, because it is long doesn't mean it isn't controllable. If you are doing a toeside standup, you can easily pull it in whenever you want. You can also push these wheels past their normal hookup point if you want a little extra steeze. However I have found that if you do that, the wheels are more likely to flatspot. (That might just be the way that I push them out a bit more though) All in all, this is one of the best wheels I think you can own if you like long sliding, thany wheels.