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Hawgs Monster Longboard Wheels

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white (80a)
Color: white (80a)
Size: 76mm Size Chart
Color: white (80a)
Size: 76mm
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These Hawgs hug the road and can keep up with you down any hill. While being great for downhill, they're also remarkable cruiser wheels that will keep your ride around town smooth no matter how rough the roads are.

  • Set of 4 Wheels
Ride Style
  • Downhill
  • Carving/Cruising
Core Placement
  • Offset
Wheel Edge
  • Square Lip
Surface Type
  • Smooth
  • 80a
Ride Style

Downhill - Whether you picked up skating to break the sound barrier with supersonic speed, or you commandeered your brother's abandoned skateboard as something to do with friends, now you're here. Now you're ready to bomb hills, practice pre-drifting, get footage, and get the adrenalin rush of your life. To go fast and stay in control you want a big wheel with a lot of contact with the pavement. The softer wheels are grippier, but eventually the wheel will lose speed if it is too soft. Cores in downhill wheels can be vented, centered, or offset depending on what you are looking for. It all comes down to the quality of 'thane under your board and your ability to rail a corner.

Carving/Cruising - For cruising park trails, taking big turns through your neighborhood, and general transportation riding; carving/cruising wheels meet the needs of many different skate disciplines. They fall in the middle of the size scale so you can ride down medium grade hills with some of the stability bigger wheels offer, but have the faster and larger range of motion of smaller wheels. Often, this category is great for beginners because the wheels tend to be softer, making them grippier. If you are looking to try slides look for wheels with a stone ground finish and/or a rounded lip. If your daily shredding includes a hill or two, try some bigger cruiser wheels with a square lip. No matter what you choose, carving/cruising wheels are going to be fun!

Core Placement

Offset - Offset wheels have cores that are placed somewhere between centerset and sideset. Offset wheels give the rider the best of both worlds. Most downhill wheels and many freeride wheels are offset for a more forgiving slide initiation and hookup, while still providing ample grip and control in the slide.

Wheel Edge

Square Lip - Square lips provide the most grip and allow you to carve deeper and corner tighter without worrying about losing traction. Square lip wheels are generally preferred for downhill riding.

Surface Type

Smooth - Smooth wheels have a shiny coating on their surface that is commonly referred to as its skin or mold release. Smooth wheels are generally preferred for their grip and traction.


80a - Soft with plenty of grip. You'll be able to smoothly roll over rough surfaces without getting hung-up on cracks or small rocks. These wheels are slightly harder than the standard 78a and are easier to initiate into slides and drifts. They offer great slide control and are more durable, but won't slow you down as quickly as 78a wheels. Ideal for cruising, carving, freeride, and downhill. Also a good filming duro as its a bit faster than some of the softer varieties.

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

Diameter (mm):76.0
Width (mm):58.0
Contact Patch (mm):58.0
Suggested Riser Size (in):1/2+
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These wheels are perfect for cruising
by Sam A-K
Posted on 3/6/2018
Hawgs Monster Longboard Wheels
I bought these wheels because I wanted some new cruiser wheels, and I wasn’t disappointed. They aren’t only smooth, but fast too. They are the perfect combination of smooth and speed. I don’t know how well they are as longboard wheels, but they do just fine at cruising.
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