New Slide Formula Hard Wheel
Tech sliding is the skateboard modality in which skaters use standard street or bowl hardness wheels (95a-104a) to descend hills while doing a variety of tricks with either their hands down, or standing tall like a powerslide.
Tech sliding is the bridge between street and downhill as it uses standard street set-ups to do a controlled and stylish descent down a hill, doing technical spins, manuals, or flip tricks while maintaining as much speed as possible. The “Slide Formula” is hand picked by the Yuppies from SOC’s library of formulas to be extremely durable against flatspotting and abrasion, fast rolling, and with a moderate edge grip that locks in when you need it to.
This formula is similar to the 84b BONES SkatePark formula, but used in a particular size and shape to work best for this type of skating. Get creative and enjoy the slide!
|Wheel Hardness||84B = 104a|
|Wheel Suggested Use||Skateparks|
|Wheel Shape||RAT BONE II|