70mm Blood Orange Midnight Limited Liam Morgan Pro Series Longboard Skateboard Wheels

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  • Diameter: 70mm
  • Width: 46.25mm
  • Contact Patch: 32mm
  • Durometer: 80a, 82a, 84a
  • Core Placement: Offset
  • Lip Profile: Round
  • Wheel Surface: Stoneground
  • Color: Blue, Red
  • To Sum It Up: One of the best, Smooth, Consistent, Predictable, Awesome, and more Awesome. Perfect for Freeriding, and even a little Downhill. :)
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$69.45 USD
1 Quantity = 4 Wheels, enough for a complete longboard.

The Blood Orange Liam Morgan Pro Series wheels are sick and are availble in a Limited Edition colorway for the 2015 Holiday Season!

This 70mm version should be your go to wheel for slide jams and downhill freeriding. It's an extremely consistent urethane that will last all the way to the core. It has a very "sugary" slide and give you huge thane lines, even for the little guys. The small supportive core will help keep the wheels even and from icing out. This is the "premiere" wheel in the Liam Morgan Pro Series lineup and is definitely a wheel you're going to want to check out!

Pick up a set before they're gone forever!

Blood Orange's Description

Liam Morgan Pro Series - High Performance Slide Wheels -

The Look & Formula

Straight from the brain of team rider Liam Morgan, one of the top freeride skaters in the world, we bring you 3 new shapes, with one bitchin' new look...

In designing the LMF "Liam Morgan formula," Liam was looking for 3 things:

1. A Sugary Slide

- Nobody wants an icy wheel, nor do they want a grippy freeride wheel that chatters and bounces. This formula is all about the smooth, consistent and predictable (otherwise known as) "sugary slide".

2. Long Thick Thane Lines

- The urethane needed to paint long, thick, white thane lines on the pavement. Pros and groms alike, love to see thane lines and track their progression. This thane doesn't disappoint.

3. Wheels to Cover Every Occasion

- Liam's an all around skater, and he wanted wheels for everything he does, without sacrificing either of the first two requirements.

Inside every wheel in the lineup is a big, wide "saddle core" which provides extra support to keep the wheel stable while sliding... giving you a longer more predictable slide.


on 2020-07-25 Verified Purchase
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Fun in summer, garbage in winter, colorful thane
on 2020-06-17 Verified Purchase
Like the traditional Morgans, these wheels wear fast and leave big red thane lines (I bought the 82a Maroon). The wheel themselves look more brown than they do maroon. The 82a color is not as attractive as in the photos, so if you're picky about the aesthetics of your setup then consider getting the green or blue instead. You'll notice they have an easier slide than the white Morgans, so they're better suited for slower freeriding. These wheels are awful if the temperature drops below 60 F. They're impossible to skate below 40 F, even for glove-down slides. They feel like rocks and will buck you off at any speed. They really come to life in the summer though. I got minor flatspots and ovaling in several places across every wheel, but that's my fault for not knowing how to control my slide angle. I continued to ride them all the way to the core, and they remained incredibly predictable (on hot days) through all the urethane. They even felt surprisingly good over rough pavement. I think I would get these wheels again in 80a if I was in the market for another thaney, predictable summer-wheel. As Blood Orange says, "they're here for a good time, not a long time."