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Ricta Clouds 92a Skateboard Wheels

$36.95 - $38.95
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white/black (92a)
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Overview

Perfect for all types of terrain, the Ricta Clouds 92a Skateboard Wheels offer the perfect balance between a hard and soft wheel. Featuring a smooth surface and a medium profile for maximum versatility. Made with high quality urethane allowing you to roll through anything while resisting wear. Sold as a set of two in multiple sizes.

Surface
  • Smooth
Quantity
  • Set of 4 Wheels
Wheel Profile
  • Medium
Durometer
  • 92a

Features

Surface

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

Wheel Profile

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

Durometer

92a - Best used for rougher terrain like craggy streets, ditches, pools or even masonite and metal ramps.

Specs

Size52mm54mm56mm
Diameter (mm):52.0 54.0 56.0
Width (mm):31.8 34.0 34.0
Riding Surface (mm):19.4 18.36 21.5
Suggested Riser Size (in):N/A N/A 1/8

Reviews

4.7
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 53 customers
Good wheels.
by Lauro Guzman in humble, TX (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 7/16/2024
Ricta Clouds 92a Skateboard Wheels - white/chrome (92a)
My boy loves them for street and park. Wearing in nicely
0 person has found this review helpful
Strange material and surface on these wheels out of the box.
by Kal in Ohio (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 3/13/2024
Ricta Clouds 92a Skateboard Wheels - white/chrome (92a)
I have never seen wheels with a rough surface before. 92a but I was slipping and sliding all over the park even when I did not want to be. Really unstable feeling.
0 person has found this review helpful
Great wheels!
by Charles Stucke in Celina, OH (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 10/4/2023
Ricta Clouds 92a Skateboard Wheels - white/black (92a)
I usually use PP Dragons. I thought I'd give these a try. Plenty of grip for bowls and they're great for chunky sidewalks.
0 person has found this review helpful
Good, but not ideal for street IMO
by Robby Naumann in Ridgefield, WA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 9/11/2023
Ricta Clouds 92a Skateboard Wheels - white/black (92a)
Incredibly smooth and nice to ride, but they do not slide for me like what I was expecting based on reviews. Too grippy for concrete parks IMO, made it scary to me feeling like I don't have enough control. Fun to ride, just not an ideal street wheel for me. Also, being the first pair of street wheels this soft that I've tried, I hate the sound. There just no snap crackle pop at all. Everything just sounds so dull. I love that crisp sound you get with a 99/101. Sounds like it's supposed to, like watching old skate videos filmed on a VX1000. It just sounds right.
0 person has found this review helpful
Ridin on chrome 100 spoke Daytons bihhh!
by DEEDz Kirkbride in Santa Ana, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 8/17/2021
Ricta Clouds 92a Skateboard Wheels - white/chrome (92a)
Love these particular set of wheels great for the park or the street can’t go wrong with ricta co they been putting in work since I started skating way tf back you dig.
16 people have found this review helpful
Tripping and slippin if you don't skate these on one of your set ups
by Judd Taylor in Carrboro, NC (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 6/15/2021
Ricta Clouds 92a Skateboard Wheels - white/black (92a)
Straight up purchase and purchase again best used with a lightest complete set up so u can powerslide these wheels a little but roll over rough shit like it's a cakewalk my dude
15 people have found this review helpful
Asked by Pauline on 7/16/2020
Could I (a beginner) still do/learn tricks with 92a wheels?
Answered by Jon C (Tactics Employee) on 7/16/2020
Hello! You can most definitely learn and do tricks while using these wheels! Let us know if you have any other questions or concerns! Thank you!!
12 people have found this answer helpful
Asked by MUCHO MONGO PUSHER on 8/25/2017
I know that softer wheels tend to grip to ledges and rails for grinds. do this lock up?
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 8/28/2017
These will still be fairly hard to slide with on ledges, but not quite as sticky as the softer version of this wheel.
16 people have found this answer helpful