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Rink Rat VT333 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels

Rink Rat VT333 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels

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3.5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
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Rink Rat VT333 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels

  • Single pour urethane
  • Outdoor

Inline Wheels Sold Individually
Rink Rat VT333 Outdoor Inline Hockey Wheels
3.5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
Columbus, ohio
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great wheel for the price
September 16, 2014
The price means everything and these are a bargain. I put them on my sons hockey skates and for a dollar I would be happy if they lasted a month I think there going to last half a year.
Cheap, cheap, cheap

2 Stars

will not buy again
March 19, 2012
these wheels are terrible. very poorly made and very poor performance. the wheels actually rubbed the sides of the chassis. these wheels will slow you down! the compound is no good, i could feel resistance with every push and stride. Im back to labeda asphalts and will never try a cheap outdoor wheel again, its just not worth the frustration.<br><br>oh yeah so I saved about $15 by buying these discount wheels, but in my frustration I broke my $30 blade...bad investment

Coach Dave
4 Stars

Good outdoor wheel
January 12, 2010
Bought a set for my son and a set will last a season outdoors which is about all you can ask for on asphalt.<br><br>Will buy again.

By Chris from Mass on January 13, 2014
Are these rubber or plastic.
By Customer Service on January 14, 2014

Almost every inline hockey wheel is made with Polyurethane, a compound of chemicals. It's a rubbery type of plastic.

By Andy from Auburn, ME on May 20, 2014
would these be too hard for a 65-75lb kid for outdoor use or would these have good grip? or would you recommend a softer wheel?

By Customer Service on May 21, 2014

They'll work for just about anyone on a rough, outdoor surface. They ought to work well for him.

By Chris from Columbus ohio on September 1, 2014
I bought a pair of skates (mission 85x youth sz 5) with no wheels. I'm guessing 68mm because that's what I've seen on some of the adult pairs of the same model. Could I say put a different size in there if there's a particular wheel I want but it's not in 68. Like could I go 62mm on all the wheels as long as they're all the same size?
By Customer Service on September 16, 2014

We only recommend going with the same size as your current wheels. You could go with a smaller size, but it would not be optimal.