Labeda Gripper Millennium Inline Hockey Skate Wheels - 4 Pack

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Labeda Gripper Millennium Inline Hockey Skate Wheels - 4 Pack, Clear-Purple, 600
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Bearings Included: No - bearings sold separately, if needed

No - bearings sold separately, if needed

Durometer: Hardness of wheel determining best for indoor or outdoor use

Hardness of wheel determining best for indoor or outdoor use

Best Use: Roller Hockey - sizes may vary on frame; softer durometer

Roller Hockey - sizes may vary on frame; softer durometer

 

The Labeda Gripper Millennium is the benchmark wheel by which all others are judged. The Gripper Millennium is the original dual durometer wheel and combines Labeda's highest, hardest rebound urethane core with their uniquely formulated ice grip formula resulting in a fast, sticky wheel.


  • Ideal For Sport Court, Wood, and Smooth Concrete Surfaces

Specifications
Recommended Use Indoor Roller Hockey Wheel Durometer 74A Number of Wheels 4
Bearings Included No What Bearings are Included? None Model Year 2012
Model Number GM7278PTWP Product ID 17523   
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Q: What is durometer of these wheels? I want to switch out my K2 Flight 78a76mm wheels(old skates but not worn much)recreational wheels for a softer hockey wheel for tight turns and an ice like feel. I have removed the back brake(not my style). I haven't inline skated much lately as I am coming from Portland street skating experience to an indoor rink; I've been using my quads and ice skating. I would like some advice. I am 5'6" weigh less than 125lbs. and am thinking about going to a 74a durometer for indoor rinks.
Asked : Mar 04, 2014
By : speedy senior skater, Sagle, Idaho
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A: The Labeda Gripper Millennium wheels will be the Soft durometer from Labeda and will have an equivalent rating of ~76A-78A. They will be perfect for indoor skating and lighter outdoor skating, but will not hold up for long in hotter weather or longer outdoor skating sessions.
Answered : Mar 06, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
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