Chris Miller 58mm/84b Bones Wheels SPF Owl II Skateboard Wheels
These brand new Chris Miller Bones Wheels wheels are high-quality and made to last. They measure 58mm in diameter and 84b in hardness, and will provide a smooth ride. Bones Wheels SPF Owl II Skateboard Wheels are sold in (1) set of four (4) wheels.
Note: bearings not included.
- One (1) set of 58mm Bones Wheels SPF Owl II Skateboard Wheels; includes four (4) wheels
- Diameter: 58mm
- Durometer: 84b
- Color: White
About Skate Park Formula™ (SPF)
Skatepark Formula™ (SPF) is very high quality urethane specifically formulated to resist flatspotting on slick or smooth surfaces while maintaining a higher rebound for a quicker response and a faster roll.
Skatepark Formula™ has a high resistance to abrasion while not compromising hardness and slide ability. Simply put… Skatepark Formula wheels grip better on slick surfaces, are almost impossible to flatspot, and are the fastest, longest lasting wheel on the market today.
You won’t find our Skatepark Formula from any other wheel supplier so get a set and find out for yourself what the word on SPF is all about.
About Durometer B Scale
Shore Durometer A Scale is good, but it 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 does not compute accurately.
Shore Durometer B Scale is perfect for skate wheels because:
- 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.
- 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.
Shore Durometer D Scale is designed for hard rubbers and rock hard urethanes, not soft, bouncy urethanes that are used in skate wheels. It has a very stiff spring behind its sharp conical needle and often punctures the skin of the wheel being measured, this resulting in 5-10 points softer reading than is correct. Thus, Shore D Scale should not be used for wheels in the useful skate wheel range.