Seismic launches 2 new freeride wheels: The 70x50mm Bootlegs and the 75x54mm Landslides


Seismic launches 2 new freeride wheels: The 70x50mm Bootlegs and the 75x54mm Landslides. These new babies are poured in Seismic’s breakthrough freeride urethane.
Catch a prototype testing of the new formula with Stephan Reinhardt, Mark Riley, Nick Delgado, and Nate Ryan here.
The 70mm tall x 50mm wide Bootleg Wheels | Red 80A | Blue 84A
Centerset bearing seat, stoneground running surface, generous double radius. 5.8 oz. each.
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The 75mm tall x 54mm wide Landslide Wheels | Yellow 79A | Blue 83A
Centerset bearing seat, stoneground running surface, generous double radius. 7.4 oz. each.
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Sugary, chalky, use whatever terms you like. The grip-to-slip ratio of this new ‘thane is in the perfect zone for smooth, controlled slides with great hookup and grip when you need it.
Superior durability compared to other freeride urethanes – due to the advanced new formula, slightly wider contact patches, and centerset hubs, which make the wheels completely rotatable.
The softer duros ( Red Bootleg and Yellow Landslide) are just grippy enough for comfort through hairpin turns, while the harder ones are outstanding for freeride and technical sliding. All-around great wheels, poured in a fantastic new formula.

Sunday August 21st, 2011
Freeride Wheels