Best Wheels for Street and Sidewalk Cruisers / Commuters

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    What are the best cruiser / commuter wheels for a cruiser that’s a medium sized board like old school or pool style? It needs to shred over pebbles, sidewalk cracks, etc, still powerslide on normal road pavement for fun but (nothing majorly aggressive like downhill slides), still ollie for curbs mainly not for techy tricks or grinds, etc.

    Right now I have a set of soft round Sector9’s that are white I can’t remember the name of them and the graphics are long gone… might be nineballs, but they’re great with the rounded edge. The only thing is I don’t like how they slide, they’re just a little too grippy when sliding, though they start the slide OK with a nice rounded edge. They ride really soft and comfortable and still seem small emough to ollie nice and responsively.

    Steven Meketa
    Steven Meketa

    I have tried many different wheels on Skogging treks/commutes. Many are great but my favorite are Shark Wheels!! On my morning treks to work it’s early I’m tired and not paying too much attention to the terrain, Shark Wheels roll over all debris on my route.


    I have some new Shark Wheels and I almost rode today but got sucked into work 🙁 I will shred them next week though for sure. I will let you know how it goes.

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