If you’re looking to get some wheels to get your skateboard up and running, it’s completely understandable to not have a clue about where to begin. Today you are going to read our completely Shark Wheel Review.
There are a couple of technicalities here and there that one may need to understand but let me guess; you really don’t want to do that, do you?!
If my guess is correct and you’d just want a good product handed to you, I have just the thing. The shark wheel review that I will be going over will hopefully meet what you need.
Let’s Watch a Video Review!
Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs):
Yes, even though they are square in appearance, the core of the wheels themselves are spherical.
The particular shape of the shark wheel design is a crossover between a sphere. and a cube and they should be good enough to roll on the ground. This design has advantages in terms of going around in unconventional terrains.
Although it looks a bit like rubber, the material is actually high-rebound polyurethane. It is a harder substance than rubber and rolls quite well on the floor. It’ll hold up reasonably well I imagine!
Unfortunately not, you are going to have to purchase the bearings for the wheels separately. Apparently, the manufacturer sells the bearings at a discount to buyers if they are in need so you can order that one as well.
So there you go, How was the Shark Wheel Review? That was a comprehensive enough Shark Wheel review of what is definitely quite a unique product that I hope, by the time you come here, have reached a conclusive decision about whether this product is for you.
It has its flaws, needless to say, but it is not the worst by any means and there is also so many different scenarios where the wheels can be quite useful so you definitely shouldn’t be disregarding it completely.
Give it a go and see for yourself how well these gimmicky and wave-like Shark wheels perform in different types of unfavorable conditions. You might be surprised by what you experience!