60MM, 78a Clear With Black Hub California Roll

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  • Excellent for cruising or carving; the California Rolls fit on smaller decks such Pennys and Cruisers.
  • Great for cruising and for smaller or mini-longboards
  • 60mm - 78a - Skateboard Wheels
  • Made in USA
 

 

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  • 4
    60MM, 78A Clear Ghost Shark Wheels

    Posted by Kaloyan on Jul 15th 2018

    Pathetically awesome. Indeed. They successfully go through low quality asphalt, pavements, sandy surfaces, mud (by a certain extend, if the mud is a few centimeters deep, you can get stuck). A thing they don't manage is wet soil on low speed. The feeling of them is really smoother and safer. Much faster than whatever I've skated and therefore a lot easier to push long distances. It's harder to get tired, the wheel keeps going until it faces a too chunky of an object. I am thankful and glad of this purchase.

  • 5
    60mm 78A Clear Ghost, Shiver Abec 9 bearings

    Posted by ERNEST on Jun 20th 2018

    These wheels are the best. I put them on my penny and took it out for a 11 mile cruise in NYC. My original wheels used to get jammed on small twigs and stones. But these wheels just ride over them. So much so that I was actively looking for sticks and stones to roll over. I paired them with the Shiver bearings. The ride is so smooth, even over rough urban terrain. The service is also excellent. Initially I had some doubts as they did not answer my order queries that I posted on the website. But when I emailed them, I got a prompt reply. Now I'm really tempted to get the 70 mm wheels for my longboard.

  • 5
    Stability!

    Posted by Michael on Jun 19th 2018

    These wheels are totally legit. Great stability, and completely chafed the feel of my cruiser board for the better. They go through water pretty well, make the pavement feel smoother, and help a loot with pebbles that used to stop my old wheels. Only thing I worry about now are the large sticks or huge cracks on the sidewalk. They look pretty cool too. My oldest wants some for his Long board.

  • 5
    60mm clear ghost

    Posted by Ty on Apr 13th 2018

    Honestly thought these wheels were just hype but after 2 weeks I have come to the conclusion these wheels are awesome! So much that I'm going to purchase the 70mm to see if they are truly better like many customers explain here.

  • 4
    I like them but I Love the 70mm best

    Posted by PolarPlumbing L. on Nov 25th 2017

    One plus side of the 60mm set is that they break into a slide easily. One downside is that they can break into a slide when you're carving hard, rather than grip the road. 60mm wheels are fine But... if you want the smoothest wheels for large cracks and rough asphalt then I suggest buying the 70mm. My older kids and wife have the larger wheels and I can feel the difference. If your main goal is sliding, then these are a Great choice. Pretty smooth and recover from the slide easily. They cruise normal terrain fantastically. Shark-Wheel Commander Breetai

  • 4
    We're a shark-wheel family now!

    Posted by Commander-Breetai on Nov 3rd 2017

    Real customer here, some of the reviews have suspiciously similar dates and short statements but I assure you I'm a real believer.
    I bought the 60 mil ghost formula for myself and now we all have a set!
    After we tried the first ones, everyone agreed, these are the wheels for us.
    I only gave the 60 mills 4 stars because the 70 mm wheels are even better.
    BUT... I still love the 60's , my 9 year old daughter and I both have some.
    Confident carving, smooth over bumpy roads and super fast with a feeling like there's no resistance.
    Sign up for the email discounts to make them more reasonable, but definitely get a set!
    Nathan Greene , real shark wheel enthusiast.

  • 5
    Good on sidewalks. Nice for cruising and carving.

    Posted by A Hodge on Oct 31st 2017

    Good on the sidewalks near me, which can get a little choppy. I am a fan of these.

  • 4
    Works well

    Posted by Mason R. on Oct 30th 2017

    Overall I'm not sure if there is much of a difference between these wheels and normal wheels. They do tend to be smoother and better over rough surfaces, but there isn't much of a difference that I can notice in any other factor. The waves in the wheels do actually spit debris to the side (ie. pesky sticks, gravel, etc.) which is a very nice feature. If nothing else they certainly look cool and for some people that is enough.

  • 4
    60mm Clear

    Posted by Samuel on Oct 2nd 2017

    I usually run 65mm wheels so I bought the 60mm instead of the 70mm but they were too small for me

MORE GRIP &amp;<br>SLIDE CONTROL

MORE GRIP &
SLIDE CONTROL

The width is increased, but the friction is decreased! The sine wave design provides three lips per wheel for superior lateral grip. When you want to slide, they break away smoothly and recover easily.

Girl holding a skateboard sitting on a bridge
LESS FRICTION,<br>MORE SPEED

LESS FRICTION,
MORE SPEED

The wave pattern design allows for a thin contact patch touching the ground and therefore less friction, resulting in a quicker ride.

Two skateboarders riding downhill
MORE TRACTION OVER<br>VARIOUS TERRAIN

MORE TRACTION OVER
VARIOUS TERRAIN

The alternating pattern of grooves significantly reduces hydroplaning by channeling liquid, sand or gravel out and away from the surface of the wheel, allowing for a firm contact patch with the ground.

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