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Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels

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Color: mango (87a)
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The Plain Jane Keyframe wheels from OJ III are soft cruiser wheels in the beloved 87a Keyframe formula with just one small logo on the side. Smooth and fast rolling over rough surfaces, let's just say you won't be pushing much.

  • Set of 4 Wheels
Wheel Profile
  • Medium
  • 87a
  • Smooth
Wheel Profile

Medium - Your classic wheel shape, versatile all-around wheel for street/park skating.


87a - A harder soft wheel great for cruising, sliding or filming lines as they're a bit faster than some of the softer varieties.


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

Diameter (mm):52.0 54.0 56.0 58.0
Width (mm):32.0 34.86 34.86 34.86
Contact Patch (mm):19.6 21.63 21.85 21.85
Suggested Riser Size (in):N/A N/A 1/8 1/8 - 1/4
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 52 customers

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Not-so-plain Plain Janes
by Cameron Nelson in BEAVERTON, OR (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 7/30/2020
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels - white/orange (87a)
I love the understated design on these that match great with my Bronson G3's. More than looks these are actually fantastic cruising wheels that make Portland's crappy asphalt feel like you are riding on lotion. A month pretty moderate riding on these and they are hardly showing wear. Just some scuffs on the side from slappies. Overall I love these wheels and I would be hard pressed to get something else for a cruiser.
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Great filmer, not great cruiser
by Colin
Posted on 9/20/2019
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels
These are really bouncy if you're trying to using them for cruiser wheels and doing any tricks. Even just rolling a big step or 2-3 stair has a pretty big rebound. I understand why filmers like them but there's a lot of better choices for cruisers. Also, they grip more than any wheel I've used and hold really tight until they completely let go. I prefer something more like g-slides for cruisers where the slide is predictable and smooth.
11 people have found this review helpful
Incredible Wheels
by Oscar Fox
Posted on 7/22/2019
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels
I heard so many reviews on these wheels and I really wanted to try these out. Really great wheels. Not quiet wheels. But nonetheless fast, cruises over rough surfaces, and I really would recommend. I think the best wheels for any board.
7 people have found this review helpful
I haven't ridden OJs since the 80's!
by DC Mike in DC (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 7/16/2019
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels - white (87a)
I had been looking for a soft wheel to cruz around on the rough streets of the city. I have ridden Spitfires or Bones for the last 30 years or so. I wanted to try something different. Then I remembered how much I used to like OJs. These are a perfectly fine cruiser wheel. The 87a fomula is the perfect durometer, not too hard and not to soft. They are noticably slower at the park then the 101a conterparts. But, that's a reasonable sacrifice to make for a smooth ride over shitty ashphalt!
8 people have found this review helpful
by Sean in SALEM, OR (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 3/14/2019
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels - white (87a)
Pretty wide. If you want to flip your board, try the 52mm
9 people have found this review helpful
Good in between wheel, but NOT a filming wheel
by Nico C
Posted on 12/3/2018
OJ Plain Jane Keyframe Skateboard Wheels
Great all around wheel. Soft enough to cruise around and good enough for street tricks. Not sure if it's a filmer wheel though as it's not nearly soft and quiet enough.
It's a soft enough wheel for simple cruising, but not built for really rough pavement. Conical shape is a welcome design feature though.
11 people have found this review helpful

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Asked by Tony on 11/18/2016
Would I be able to Power Slide on these?
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 11/29/2016
These will not be the easiest to power slide on, generally you want a harder wheel to slide. These are fairly grippy.
10 people have found this answer helpful