September 23, 2018 by MartinB. | 8:20 am
A few days ago I´ve presented to you the groundbreaking BRT dual conversion kit made by Dirty Fingerboards. As I told you in my previous product blog, this was a big demand of the fingerboard scene.
Besides to this great new product, Dirty Fingerboards got more to offer in their product lineup. Fingerboard decks get more creative shapes than ever in these days so you really need the right wheels for the right boards. You can get minis, streetwheels, big wheels, small once, nylon wheels, urethane wheels, plastic wheels, bowl wheels and some more.
Today we will take a look at the Dirty Fingerboards bowl edition wheels:
And one more:
Bowl wheels are, like boardrails for example, more hyped than ever in the fingerboard scene. As I said in the introduction, you can get a fingerboard deck in a really crazy shape, but this doesn´t fit perfect with small wheels. In this case you need some big and solid bowl wheels for sure. So bowl wheels are not only made for all the bowl shredders out there. You don´t need the Vans kneesocks to ride these wheels :-D
These wheels are made from dense plastic. The wheels are CNC drilled. That means every wheel is the same and you get a perfect round shape, no wobbeling and clean and good performance. If you´re a beginner in riding bowls these wheels makes more sense for you than urethane wheels with way more grip.
These wheels are available in two single bearing versions. You can get 6 different colors and two types of bearing. There is a Abec5 version right over here: Click! and a Abec7 edition right over here: Click! The only difference between the versions is the bearing. So you can get the Abec5 version for a cheaper price than the Abec7 pro version. Both versions have a centralized system and work perfect together with Blackriver and Dynamic Trucks, For YTrucks you should add the great FBS washer.
THX a lot Karlo! The next procut blog will be up soon!
All images are hosted on my flickr: Click!
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