Labeda Addiction XXX Limited Edition Inline Hockey Wheels - White/Black/Green

Labeda Addiction XXX Limited Edition Inline Hockey Wheels - White/Black/Green

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Labeda Addiction XXX Limited Edition Inline Hockey Wheels - White/Black/Green

The Addiction is Labeda's newest wheel. It will revolutionize the future of inline hockey wheels. Indoor wheels designed for tile surfaces with an outer urethane hardness between 83-86A. That is not a misprint! Indoor wheels with a outer urethane hardness as most outdoor wheels but gripper than the softest wheels available. What does that mean? Wheels that will grip and wear like nothing you have ever seen before. This Addiction is one wheel you cannot stop using.

  • Grip (76A) = Ideal for skaters 170lbs and below
  • Grip Plus (78A) = Ideal for skaters 170lbs and above
  • Designed for indoor use
  • Standard 608 Hub
  • Available in 72mm, 76mm and 80mm
  • Price per Wheel

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Labeda Addiction XXX Limited Edition Inline Hockey Wheels - White/Black/Green
By Cp from Usa on November 19, 2014
Thinking of buying these. Starting roller hockey in a week. Want something that's going to last. So my question is: is there a difference between these and the yellow ones As far as performance? I can see there's a price difference. Also, want to be sure I get the right durometer thinking of going with 76a but am worried it might nothave enough grip for stops and tight turns for me. I'm 175, so I'm right on the median and am worried about them "sinking" in the court too much if I get 74a. What should I do? I've also heard that you can go harder in the back where the thrust come from and softer in the front for turns. Would you recommend that? Sorry if that's too many questions.
By Customer Service on November 19, 2014

There's no difference between the Yellow/White and the White/Black/Green wheels except for the color. The price difference is due to the bulk discount we received on the White/Black/Green wheels based on the amount we purchased from Labeda.

The Addiction wheels provide as much if not more grip than any other wheels on the market, so don't let the 76A Rating concern you much. I'm 165 and I use 76A Wheels with absolutely no trouble.

Personal preference certainly plays a role in deciding whether you want to go with softer wheels, such as 74A, which is an option for you, but some of the more aggressive skaters find that 74A is too flexible for them, particularly when stopping or making tight turns. But again, it comes down to personal preference.

If you're playing on indoor sport court, whether you go with 76A or 74A wheels will not have much of an impact on the grip you get from the wheels - the only difference, which is negligible at the weight of 175 lbs, would be the flexibility of the wheels.