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Spitfire Soft D's 95d Skateboard Wheels

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The Soft D's feature Spitfire's exclusive long-lasting formula in a low-durometer package. These wheels will propel you over all terrains while giving you the smoothest ride possible.

Hand made by skilled craftsmen in good old San Francisco, these are some D's you'll want with you everywhere you go.

  • Set of 4 Wheels
Wheel Profile
  • Standard
  • Treaded
Wheel Shape
  • Classic Shape
  • Classic Full Shape
  • SFW Conical Shape
Soft D Wheel Shape
  • White 52mm, 54mm, 56mm = Classic Shape
  • Red 52mm, 54mm = Classic Full Shape
  • Red 56mm = SFW Conical Shape
  • Neon Green = 53mm, 55mm = SFW Conical Shape
  • 95a
Wheel Profile

You may notice a discrepancy between what we designate a wide, standard or narrow and what the brands do. This classification is our opinion based on years of skating, as well as looking at the profile of the wheel as it compares to what we believe is a standard profile. You just have to trust us on this.

Standard - Your classic wheel shape, it's not built to excel in specific scenarios like a narrow or wide wheel, but it's appropriate for most situations. If you're new to skating this is where you want to start.


Treaded - Treaded wheels provide improved grip and traction on smooth surfaces.

Wheel Shape

Classic Shape - The original Spitfire wheel designed and shaped by the pros who ride them.

Classic Full Shape - The Classic profile with an increased riding surface designed for speed and stability.

SFW Conical Shape - Increased wider profile riding surface for unmatched control and traction.


95a - A versatile wheel best used for rougher terrain like craggy streets, ditches or pools or even masonite and metal ramps. Hard enough that sliding is still doable while soft enough for a smooth roll and plenty of grip. Great for beginning riders until they gain the control needed for harder durometers.

Most urethane skate wheels generally range from 75a-101a, the numbers increase with the hardness of the wheel.

Suggested Riser Size (in):N/AN/A
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 8 customers

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by Andrew Hein (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 5/9/2016
Spitfire Soft D's 95d Skateboard Wheels - white (95d)
My durometer puts them right at 95.
3 people have found this review helpful
Soft D's
by Drake Jordan in Sparks, NV (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 8/24/2015
Spitfire Soft D's 95d Skateboard Wheels - white (95d)
Great for the street!
2 people have found this review helpful
hard and soft thats how i roll
by John L in pepeekeo, HI (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/24/2015
Spitfire Soft D's Skateboard Wheels - white (95d)
still got that noise of hard wheel and soft to go over rough surfaces
2 people have found this review helpful
Soft D-
by Greg O in Mesa, AZ (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/10/2015
Spitfire Soft D's Skateboard Wheels - white (95d)
Not soft or fast, feel same as 99a
1 person has found this review helpful
Soft D's
by Casey F in Brooklyn, NY (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 8/19/2014
Spitfire Soft D's Skateboard Wheels - white (92d)
Got some 54mm and was little too high off the ground for flips tricks. Popping ollies was weird because I was so high off the ground, but got used to it. Wears kind of fast too. The softness was cool. Push 4 times and cruise for blocks! I'm using 50mm Spits classics now, way better for my setup with high trucks.
2 people have found this review helpful
Not bad
by bob the commuter in Arcat, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/25/2014
Spitfire Soft D's Skateboard Wheels - white (95d)
I usually ride OJ keyframes, which are 87a. I wanted to try out some that were a little bit harder, but that would still get me over some rough terrain. So I got these spitfire wheels. These wheels grip well, but still allow you to slide fairly easily, unlike the key frames. On the other hand i find myself having to pick up and walk my board more than I had to with the keyframs. Bottom line: if you are thinking that these wheels will be soft enough to get over really rough roads it's not gonna happen. get some keyframes or even softer wheels.
13 people have found this review helpful

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Asked by Josh Sandoval on 9/3/2014
Do these hit peebles
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 9/4/2014
Pebbles are going to be much easier to deal with on these wheels, I'd go with the 58mm
0 person has found this answer helpful

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