75mm Seismic Landslide Freeride Longboard Wheels

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  • Diameter: 75.0mm
  • Width: 54.0mm
  • Contact Patch: 46mm
  • Durometer: 79a, 83a
  • Core Placement: Centerset
  • Lip Profile: Round
  • Wheel Surface: Not Stoneground
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$54.95 USD
1 Quantity = 4 Wheels, enough for a complete longboard.

This is the Seismic Landslide freeride skateboard wheel - this wheel is meant to be ridden forward, backwards, sideways, and all the other sideways. When a company that has been making some of the world's fastest wheels begins to make a freeride wheel, you should definitely pay attention.

Seismic Skate Systems new "Bootleg" and "Landslide" freeride wheels are crafted from a high quality urethane that is designed to have a great slide quality without losing a lot of urethane. Sound good? Well, it doesn't stop there! These wheels are centerset, too! Some riders also like the predictable slide properties brought about by a centerset shape, while others like to flip the wheels over at the first sign of uneven wear. The Landslides and Bootlegs are stoneground at the time of production making them slide nicely straight out tha' box!

If you're under 180 lbs (or thereabout) go with the softer durometer of the wheel for nice smooth slides with rad 'thane lines. If you're over 180lbs (or thereabout), or if you want a harder wheel that will last a bit longer, go with the harder version!
Seismic's Description

75mm tall x 54mm wide Landslide Wheels.

Centerset bearing seat, stoneground 46mm running surface, generous double radius.
7.4 oz. each.

Poured in Seismic's breakthrough freeride urethane.

Sold in sets of FOUR wheels.

Sugary, chalky, use whatever terms you like. The grip-to-slip ratio of this new 'thane is in the perfect zone for smooth, controlled slides with great hookup and grip when you need it.

Superior durability compared to other freeride urethanes - due to the advanced new formula, slightly wider contact patches, and centerset hubs, which make the wheels completely rotatable.

The softer yellow duro is just grippy enough for comfort through hairpin turns, while the blues are outstanding for freeride and technical sliding. All-around great wheels, poured in a fantastic new formula.


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