Labeda Millennium Inline Hockey Wheels

2005 | 1780-2
Labeda Gripper Millennium Inline Wheels is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 20.
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  • The new measuring stick for all other hockey wheels to be judged. New urethane dual durometer technology combine our purple ice grip formula with our highest rebound urethane core.
  • Bearings not included
  • 74A=X-Soft
  • 76A=Soft

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72A XX-Soft Sport court or comparable smooth indoor flooring Provides the most grip possible. Should be generally used by players weighing 150lbs or less.
74A X-Soft Sport court or comparable smooth indoor flooring Provides excellent grip on smooth surfaces. Generally should be used by players weighing 190 lbs or less to avoid flattening out during use.
76A Soft Sport court or comparable smooth indoor flooring Excellent overall grip and durability. Players weighing 210lbs or less can safely use this wheel.
78A Medium Smooth sealed cement / Sport court or other Provides varying levels of grip depending on players weight and playing surface. Players in the 190-250lb range can use on sport court; 150-220lbs wood surfaces; and 200lbs or less on smooth cement.
80A Medium-Hard Wood / Smooth cement Medium-Hard wheel that does best on smooth outdoor surfaces, similar to a tennis court. Can be used safely by players of all weights.
82A Hard Outdoor Hard wheel best suited for smooth blacktop, newer streets, sidewalks, walking trails, tennis courts and the like. Ideal for players weighing 180lbs or less.
84A Hard Outdoor / Asphalt Ideal for street hockey, blacktop skating, trails, and rough surfaces. Players of all weights can safely use this durometer.
Durometer Ratings Explained:
Lower durometer ratings indicate a softer material.  As it relates to inline wheels, the lower the rating, the more grip one should expect. Keep in mind these wheels wear down faster if played on too rough of a surface, and bigger/heavier players should generally avoid the lowest durometer ratings, even on sport court type surfaces, as the wheel material will "flatten out" under heavier weights.

Higher durometer ratings indicate a harder material and provide better durability and grip on the hardest surfaces. Generally, higher durometer rated wheels should not be used on on smooth indoor surfaces. These wheels wear evenly and slowly on outdoor surfaces and are ideal street / outdoor types of hockey and skating.

Rated 2 out of 5 by from pass on this product offering Dont bother looking at this wheel if you are close to or pushing 200 lbs. This wheel flexes too much for me. I can feel the wheel flexing under me when I turn, stop, and accelerate. I know the wheel is designed to flex to give added grip, but I dont like feeling it, it is distracting to feel it happen. I am much happier with the less expensive orginal Labeda Gripper. Or for the ultimate in indoor wheel performance spring for the Labeda Addiction.
Date published: 2011-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I think they are great/ No real complaints I bought a set of 8 in August 2013 and they lasted me a year skating in games and practices averaging 2-3 times per week. I am usually pretty hard on wheels and had my doubts when the Hockey Giant sales guy at the Sterling Va store recommended them to me. When I doubted his claims he even promised to return my money if I started to chunk or crack a wheel within 60 days. I am very happy with them. I just bought a new set this week.
Date published: 2014-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Wheels I bought these wheels with my mission syndicates and had for about four or so months but after hockey stopping alot the started cracking and im like 150 or so pounds so this was odd it cracked straight down my back wheel overall i paid 80 bucks and only one wheel broke so 4/5 because of that so these wheels are good for semi and good hockey players
Date published: 2013-05-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Average The wheels are decent but not fantastic. They wear pretty quick irrelevant of your size but do resist immediate chunking. They are horrible however in mounting as the bearing holes are not perfectly true, so they don't spin as free as say Rink Rat does.
Date published: 2011-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic in round form Make sure you pay attention to the weight ratings. I've used these wheels for close to a decade and when the extra weight comes on you start to chunk the x-soft/soft's like its your job.
Date published: 2009-02-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not as Good as Fuzion The Millennium is a good sturdy wheel, but if your looking for maximum speed without losing grip these aren't for you. Upgrade to the Fuzion, they're amazing.
Date published: 2009-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Wheels I have gotten this wheels and they are the best yu can get,alot of my friends have the same wheels as me and they seem to love it as much as i do!
Date published: 2010-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Work great! These where exact replacements for my 11 year old's skates. He loves them. Got the best price and full order on Hockey Giant.
Date published: 2017-01-17
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Are these micro bearing wheels? Bought 8 from hockeygiant, where I buy all my wheels and I got 8 wheels at about $72 and they were micro bearings. Useless for my skates. Just wondering before I buy. I purchase the same wheels every time except once.

Asked by: Vern
The wheels we have for sale are the standard 608 hub, non micro(688). Thanks!
Answered by: TylerR
Date published: 2018-11-05

I purchased these wheels previously and somehow received wheels for micro bearings. I need to know if they are for micro or the regular size bearings before i commit to buy again

Asked by: Vern
These wheels are the standard 608 core, non mini bearing.
Answered by: TylerR
Date published: 2017-06-12

I have a pair of Mission Wicked Light 1 Skates and I am chasing a full set of wheels with a micro bearing fit (76mm x4 and 80mm x 4) The biggest challenge seems to be finding wheels with a micro bearing fit - can you help and if so do you ship to Aust
Asked by: David Wilson _3658
We are able to ship to Australia, but as you said, micro-bearing wheels are difficult to come by these days because manufacturers are moving away from them. Here are the Micro-Bearing Wheels we currently have available. You'll likely have to mix and ma
Answered by: Customer Service_4864
Date published: 2017-04-12
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