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ATF Rough Riders Skateboard Wheels

$34.95
51 Reviews
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wranglers white (80a)
Color: wranglers white (80a)
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Estimated availability mid August 2020
Overview

The Bones ATF Rough Riders skateboard wheels feature an H5 hub that is chemically bonded to the interior of the wheel for a secure hold. The hub's size is now smaller to enhance the smoothness of the ride, while a widened core increases roll speed over rough terrain.

Features
Quantity
  • Set of 4 Wheels
Wheel Profile
  • Wide
Surface
  • Smooth
Formula
  • All-Terrain Formula (ATF)
Durometer
  • 80a
Details
  • Made in the USA
Wheel Profile

Wide - More traction and stability at high speed so you'll be less likely to slip out of your line.

Surface

Smooth - Smooth wheels come with a shiny coating on the riding surface that feels grippy at first, but wears away quickly.

Formula

All-Terrain Formula (ATF) - Excellent for rougher terrain so regardless of road quality, this revolutionary formula will roll you there quickly and smoothly.

Durometer

80a - Versatile wheels meant for pushing, curb-slapping, mellow hill-bombing and sliding. These wheels roll smooth and steady.

Details

Made in the USA - Poured in Santa Barbara, California.

Specs
Size56mm59mm
Diameter (mm):56.0 59.0
Width (mm):39.0 44.0
Contact Patch (mm):31.0 33.0
Suggested Riser Size (in):1/8 1/8 - 1/4
Reviews
4.7
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 51 customers

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Perfect !
by Jamil Hasson in Balch springs, TEXAS (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 5/28/2020
Bones ATF Rough Riders Skateboard Wheels - wranglers black (80a)
These wheels are such great cruiser wheels and they aren’t too big nor too small which makes em look super casual on any board style !
0 person has found this review helpful
great wheels!
by Elyse Bova in Brooklyn, NY (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 5/28/2020
Bones ATF Rough Riders Skateboard Wheels - wranglers black (80a)
i live in NYC where the streets are a disaster and I decided to pick up skateboarding during the pandemic, and these wheels are great for sidewalks that have bumps and cracks in them and just general smooth cruising through the city. I feel well supported by these wheels, and they are helping me take my skating to the next level!
3 people have found this review helpful
Smooth
by Jawn Wayne in Philadelphia, PA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 4/24/2020
Bones ATF Rough Riders Skateboard Wheels - wranglers green (80a)
Super smooth. Perfect size for my 9.25 cruiser deck. (I do recommend a pair of riser pads for this specific size wheels)
0 person has found this review helpful
My go to wheels
by Michael in WI (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/10/2020
Bones ATF Rough Riders Skateboard Wheels - tank green (80a)
Yeah baby these wheels are litttttttt. Got em on a regular deck for fast crusing round town. Had diff brand and they fell apart. A year in and these are lasting great!
3 people have found this review helpful
Great for filming
by Loren Starnes in Long Beach, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/10/2020
Bones ATF Rough Riders Skateboard Wheels - tank black (80a)
Smooth wheel for bar hopping or filming.
2 people have found this review helpful
Good street wheels
by EJ (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 9/20/2019
Bones ATF Rough Riders Skateboard Wheels - tank white (80a)
Makes it easier to ride on city sidewalks and streets
2 people have found this review helpful

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Asked by Hernando on 4/12/2020
Are these wheels easy to slide to slow down your board? I have the 59mm 80A set up on a Santa Cruz Snake Bite cruiser board. Thanks!
Answered by Jon C (Tactics Employee) on 4/13/2020
Hey! I would say that the Bones ATF wheels would be pretty similar to the Santa Cruz wheels considering they are rated at the same durometer. However, the Bones wheels do have a wide profile, so that will make it easier, after breaking them in, to slide. We hope this information helps!
2 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Gsmith on 2/12/2018
I understand that these are good for cruising but can you pop Ollie's just like any other wheel
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 2/13/2018
You can definitely ollie with these, but it's generally easier to ollie on a smaller, lighter wheel. Since these are wide, and soft, they'll be a little heavy to ollie with, and because they're tall, your tail will be higher off of the ground.
4 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by OGstatus on 7/25/2017
56mm or 59mm for a street/lightweight cruise setup...8in board with independent hollow trucks and swiss bearings...thoughts?? I want to still be able to ollie high but cruise smooth
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 7/25/2017
56mm would be your best bet if you want a light cruiser set up. Anything bigger than 56 will be hard to ollie with.
2 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Grizzly on 6/19/2017
How would the 56mm do on a rougher skatepark?
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 6/20/2017
They'll be smooth and fast, but they will not slide very well. You generally want a harder wheel for skateparks, if you're kickturning on a big ramp, and your front wheels catch grip, you'll probably end up falling.
10 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Jack on 1/11/2017
I'm trying to decide between the 56 or 59mm. I had 63mm wheels and I got bad wheel bite, so I was thinking I might need 1/8 or maybe 1/4 risers if I ended up getting the 59mm wheels. I would just be cruising and doing ollies, if that helps.
Answered by Danny M (Tactics Employee) on 1/12/2017
I would say go with the 59's if you are feeling it and pair them with the 1/4 inch risers to avoid that wheel bite.
10 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by Derek on 1/7/2017
Do this wheels come with bearings
Answered by Danny M (Tactics Employee) on 1/8/2017
Bearings are sold separately.
4 people have found this answer helpful