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Powell Peralta SSF Pro Kevin Reimer 75mm 80a Longboard Wheels

Powell Peralta SSF Pro Kevin Reimer 75mm 80a Longboard Wheels
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Powell Peralta
Type Longboard
Diameter (mm) 75
Duro (a) 80
Contact Patch (mm) 62
Lip Profile Square
Surface Smooth
Bearing Core Offset
Colour Red


A bigger SSF Kevin Reimer Pro Powell Peralta Wheel just landed at the shop, this is the softest duro poured with the 80a SSF PRO - A smooth sliding, soft wheel for rough roads.

Were you waiting for the fastest Downhill Wheel from this massive brand?  Well The 75mm 80a wheel is the easiest sliding, and fastest rolling race wheel we offer. It slides smooth for downhill  and will quickly become your favorite. 

The Powell-Peralta 75mm Kevin Reimer wheel is an ALL-OUT race wheel. It is a new concept on wheel design that features a massive inset lip that will give you huge traction, better wear, and a narrower track width on your trucks. This is NOT for sliding casually, or for cruising the streets - It is for racing World Cup level tracks and taking home podiums. 

This race wheel will be poured in:

  • 80a SSF PRO - A smooth sliding, soft wheel for rough roads
  • Inset Lip Core (more grip).

HOW TO RIDE THIS WHEEL: 

This is not your average DH wheel. It is meant to have tremendous traction when new, and you will not be easily able to slide it. In order to slide the wheel, you should enter the corner as fast as possible, commit to the turn, grab rail, load the wheel up, THEN slide it. If you try to throw a pendulum slide, it will probably buck you off when fresh. This is an ALL-OUT race wheel that is meant to win races, not casually skate down hills. Once the skin is gone, you will find this wheel to slide very smooth, and will grip substantially more than other wheels, even without the skin - this is due to the inset lip. Choose the 72mm Kevin Reimer if you want to slide corners, and do some fast freeride.