SET OF 4 WHEELS.
The bottom line is, there's nothing better on the market for pure street skateboarding. Bones Street Tech Formula skateboarding wheels don't develop flat spots, and yet you can still slide easily on them. If you are looking for a good set of wheels for park skateboarding, you want Bones Street Tech Formula (STF). The Gee Wheels are made with the Bones Street Tech Formula, giving you more slide-ability and way less flat spots. Made in the U.S. at the Bones factory in Santa Barbara, California, these wheels are skater engineered and designed. Bones graphics at one side.
STF Performance Urethane
Hard, Long Lasting and Extremely Fast
Significantly Light Weight
Increases Speed without sacrificing durability, quality or strength.
About Street Tech Formula wheels:
Street Tech Formula™ (STF) is specifically engineered from top quality components to obtain all the best properties necessary for the ultimate in street wheel performance. BONES® WHEELS has created a wheel with a substantially higher rebound for more speed and amazing slide capabilities while maintaining a resistance to flat spotting well beyond any standard wheel. The technology behind STF is proven. The results speak for themselves. Hype is hype, “quality” is for real. Try Street Tech Formula™ wheels on your next setup and see for yourself.
If he's not giving you the finger, Adam Dyet is giving you the go-ahead. The Bones STF Dyet Rocker Wheels are specifically formulated for what you skate. The Dyet Rocker Wheels are made with the Bones Street Tech Formula, giving you more slide-ability and way less flat spots. Made in the U.S. at the Bones factory in Santa Barbara, California, the Dyet Rocker's are skater engineered and designed.
About the Hardness:
STF wheels are rated 83B hardness. This makes a hard wheel that would probably rate about 103A.
Why use the B scale? The usual Shore Durometer A Scale is good, but does not cover the entire range of skate wheel hardness and is very limited because the scale goes from 1 to 100 and anything over a 95A hardness does not compute accurately. There also is a Shore Durometer B Scale that is perfect for skate wheels. This is the scale used by Bones. They use it because
1. It is very similar to the A Scale, but reads 20 points lower, allowing the useful scale to be extended by 20 points, which covers the entire hardness range of skate wheels in one scale. It uses the same soft spring as the A Gauge, but the conical gauge needle of the D Scale.
2. Because the spring is soft, the B Scale gauge needle does not puncture the skin of the wheel surface, resulting in the same reliable reading as the A Scale does.