If you have ever shopped for new wheels you have undoubtedly seen a variety of numbers describing the hardness and size of the wheel. If you wondered what those numbers mean in regard to how the wheels will skate – SW is here to help out. Read on as we break down the difference between hard vs soft skateboard wheels. Find more Tips here at the Go Skate Blog.
We gave a set of the new Ricta Park Crusher Wheels (55mm/83b) to resident plank pusher Adam Ottenberg for some rigorous testing. They feature Ricta’s amazing new NRG urethane. Check out Adam’s review….
The first shipment of new Spitfire Wheels for Spring 2014 have arrived. There are fresh Formula Four colors and lots of new graphics for Grosso, Mountain, Salba, Kennedy, Cole, Salazar, Bassett, Anderson and more. Check it out!
Kryptonics are back! These were the wheel of choice in the early days of skateboard urethane tech and now they’ve returned, better than ever. Skate Warehouse is proud to announce the legendary Kryptonics Star Trac Wheels are now available at the shop. Welcome back to skateboarding, Kryptonics!
Haroshi is a Tokyo-based artist that makes incredible sculptures out of old used skateboards. His creations are an artistic recycling of broken decks, trucks and wheels that are meticulously cut into different shapes or kept in their original form and connected in different styles, then shaven into the form of the final piece. This is genuine skate art at it’s coolest.