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Victory – Shark Wheel Cruiser Skateboard (NEW)

Victory – Shark Wheel Cruiser Skateboard (NEW)
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The Shark Wheel Victory Cruiser Skateboard with 60mm Shark Wheel California Rolls is the perfect hybrid board for all styles of riding. The 31” x 10” design has a sleek concave that increases maneuverability and comfort. The wide footprint of the board allows all sized riders all the space they need. The Victory graphic can be seen on the second photo.

Take your game up a notch with the reinvention of the wheel as seen on Shark Tank and the Discovery Channel – The Shark Wheel – completely flat on six sides, but feels perfectly smooth when riding.

All Terrain: Shark Wheels #1 advantage. The ability to go over rough terrain, pebbles, water, sand, debris, etc. Shark Wheels tend to go around most objects, while traditional wheels tend to go over objects leading to rock stop.
Less Friction: 30% smaller contact patch equates to higher speeds and less effort to get up to speed.
Lasts 15% longer than industry leading wheels (scientifically proven). Shark Wheels have multiple center points, while traditional wheels have one center point. It takes longer for Shark Wheels to wear off-center.
Great slide control: Shark Wheels have a small contact patch making it easy to break into a slide. Also, Shark Wheels have 3 lips grabbing on a slide that results in a controlled, predictable slide. Traditional wheels have only 1 lip. The sine wave shape gives you maximum lateral grip, while still providing low friction – something no other wheel can claim.

Flatspot/Coning Resistant: Shark Wheels continue spinning as they slide. Traditional wheels tend to skid and chatter when you slide them. A wheel that is always spinning leads to less flatspotting/coning.
Manufacturing: Made in California, USA
Fun: Shark Wheel are super fun to ride and feel perfectly smooth through all terrains. You will receive a lot of comments riding Shark Wheels – they seem impossible they would even roll.

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