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How you can improve your skateboarding with Spitfire Skateboard Wheels

Who are Spitfire?

The wheel company, Spitfire, founded in 1987, produce all of your skateboarding needs, for everything from skateboard bearings, skateboarding wheels, skateboard tools, grip-tape, to skate fashion. Spitfire produce unmatched abrasion resistant wheels which offer the most controllable grip and lasting speed, these wheels were developed to combine performance wheels qualities into one truly great wheel, thus, their 'formula four' Urethane wheels.

What are the types of Formula Four Wheels?

Formula four wheels are offered in five shapes and fourteen sizes, meaning that no matter the type of Skateboarding Deck you have, you will find a set of wheels that will undoubtedly improve your skateboarding ability.

On eBay you can find a variety of the Formula Fours, whether you choose, 'Lock in's' with an asymmetrical shape and a conical cut profile opposite a straight edge side. Or, The 'Classic', the number one shape wheel in skateboarding worldwide, proven for speed and control. The 'Conical' which has been hand cut for quick response and less weight, whilst the 'Conical Full' has a wider riding surface and cutaway design for unmatched control and lasting speed.

Where can I find discounted Spitfire Skateboarding Wheels?

Look no further than on eBay, you have the option of buying F4 wheels individually, which are available with unique patterns and customised collectable wheels, alternatively, you can find that there are brilliant bargain wheel sets. The sets are inclusive of bearings and four wheels and would make a brilliant birthday or Christmas present.

What else is available for skateboarding fanatics?

For all of your Skateboarding Equipment, whether Clothing, Skateboard Parts, Stickers, or Ramps, there is a huge assortment of skateboarding merchandise, no matter if you are looking for brand new or pre owned equipment, there's something for everyone.

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