Are mini logo wheels the same as bones?

They claim their super-high rebound formula outperforms and outlasts most wheels, at a fraction of the cost. They also state that Mini-Logo wheels are made using the same tech/experience as the Bones line.

Are Toy Machine wheels hard?

The 4-Pack Wheels by Toy Machine comes in small and trick-friendly sizes and features a hard 100A durometer. Hard wheels are crucial for the serious trick skater, no matter if park or street, as the hardness provides increased durability and makes them less ‘catchy’ on slides and grinds.

What are small skate wheels good for?

Skateboard wheel size helps determine how fast you’ll go and how technical your ride will be. Larger wheels allow you to have a smoother, more comfortable ride. They are also better for riding through different terrain. Smaller wheels are better for tight turns and tricks.

Are mini logo bearings good?

These bearing are cheap and awesome. They aren’t as fast as Bone Reds, but they are close. They don’t last as long as Reds and that is okay considering that they cost less. I would still stick with Reds because they go faster and last longer.

Is Pig wheels any good?

They simply make good, fast wheels that suit all terrain. As a general rule their formula is a little more grippy and forgiving than other wheels marked 101a. They won’t slip out as easy as other wheels on super smooth skate-park concrete and are a little less chattery on rough stuff.

How hard are pig wheels?

Pig skateboard wheels mostly come in 101a hard urethane. Their Pig Swirl wheels come in orange, pink blue and green. Pig also produce many white and black skateboard wheels in sizes from 50mm to 56mm.

Are 51mm wheels too small?

Small 51mm – 52mm wheels This is a great size for starting out, particularly for younger skaters. Wheels of this size are suitable for any type of street and transition skateboarding. They won’t pick up too much speed when learning to ride down hills.

Are Bones Wheels and Bones Bearings the same company?

Bones specializes in wheels. Powell continues to make skateboard products, including Bones Bearings and skateboard wheels.