the 13th of December 2018 at 19h16

AHMYO Wheels deserted the brand new model of the white Merkaba with a brand new exterior urethane for our planetary pleasures when it comes to efficiency.

Eduardo Cordero in British Columbia. Picture Roberto Pimentel

Uncover the freshness of a brand new montage starring Alien Eduardo Cordero.

Video: Jake Ballantyne and Karson Leigh
Edit: Jake Ballantyne

Extra data on the brand new AHMYO 81a White Merkaba by means of Ed:

After three years of destruction of our Blue thane 73mm 81a Merkaba. It was the second to alter. So we determined to make use of what we knew finest and we modified the urethane right into a constant and dependable urethane-based components that we use on the Akashas and the brand new Mukti wheels.

With the change, we nonetheless have an incredible form for every type of DH skate at a top of 73 mm with a contact space of ​​58 mm. And with the brand new colour change of urethane, put on, drift and really feel throughout the wheel will enhance lots.

Philip Sacks at GHF. Picture Dylan Pierce

Eduardo Cordero at GHF. Picture Dylan Pierce

The pores and skin affords a superb grip and, because of its sharp lips, it is extremely simple to note the sting of traction. You possibly can keep traction or breakage by pushing in bends at full velocity. As soon as damaged within the consistency of the brand new colour, it may be seen instantly as a result of the fins are a lot simpler to hunt and really comfy to carry even for the scale of the wheel.

Time: 81a
Diameter: 73 mm
Contact patch: 58 mm

Eduardo Cordero in British Columbia. Picture Roberto Pimentel

Nonetheless at 81a, the combo of thane and duro is ideal to slide at any time and be prepared for any shock on the highway.

Belief Yo Thane and take a look at new white 81a Merkaba wheels.

Find them at the address AHMYOWheels.com

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Born in Vancouver, Les has been backpacking and adventuring world wide for many of his life. Skateboarding makes touring simpler, in the end resulting in an extended skateboarding journey throughout Kenya. With a brand new appreciation of skateboards and good relationships, Les has deserted all the things to skateboard his life and, as they are saying, all the things is downhill since. Now editor of Skate [Slate] and one of many house owners of Flatspot Longboards, Les is spending the remainder of his time elevating his first baby, plugged into the Internet, and skating with Coast Longboarding.



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