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Traditional Wheels vs. Shark Wheels

Traditional Wheels
Traditional Wheels
Sliding:
Traditional wheels have a high durometer and are icy when you break away on a slide. many traditional wheels skid on a slide. You must sacrifice grip to slide easily.
Road Conditions:
When you hit a pebble, debris, water, or anything else on the road, you have a great chance of falling. Circular wheels hit objects head-on and the wheel either gets stuck on it or you’re flying over it.
Friction:
Regular wheels have lots of friction. This results in a slower ride and is hard to get up to speed quickly. You will be working hard with a lot of material touching the ground.
Coning:
Traditional wheels wear unevenly and cone. Circular wheels have one center point and they wear out quickly.
Shark Wheels
Shark Wheels
Sliding:
The Shark Wheel’s lip shape catches-releases-catches-releases, very similar to a car’s antilock brake. The Shark Wheel continues to spin as it slides, resulting in great slide control.
Road Conditions:
When you hit a pebble, debris, water, or anything else on the road, the Shark Wheel literally goes around objects pushing them right and left as it rolls, resulting in the smoothest ride over rough terrain.
Friction:
The Shark Wheel has less friction. It barely touches the ground, therefore there is less rolling resistance. Quick up to speed, lightning fast, multiple international race wins.
Coning:
Anti-Coning. The Shark Wheel has been tested to last 20% longer when used for transportation. It has multiple center points, resulting in very even wear over the life of the wheel.
Shark wheels – The square longboard skateboard wheels that does it all! Get them at longboardsusa.com in the wheels section.

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