The new dual durometer wheels are expensive but worth it. We have been blown away by the prototypes, and took the risk on these higher end wheels. These have superior abrasion resistance, and great feel. Even though these are about 25% more expensive, you could get 40-50% more life from them. They are a little taller and thinner than slide-a's, and the core is wider than the contact area. These will not deform and cone allowing long low friction slides. Blunt's and spins will be icy, and quiet.
- 58D (thats 101a)
- Dual Duro layup means super hard core/hard outer