The Zombies have finally risen! Reborn from all the freeride wheels we've killed, the Zombie is 100% deadly. Built on a large 42mm injection molded core Zombie's roll super quick, ideal for hunting down useless humans.
The newest member of the Hawgs family is truely sideset with the inner edge of the bearing perfectly aligned with the inner edge of the wheel. The Zombie's sideset stance and round edges make for a super smooth transition from gripping a carve to throwing a slide. With a contact patch of 33mm there's enough resistance to slow you down during a slide while the rounded edges make for a predictable drift. After scratching their backs on tombstones, the Zombies come to you with a stone ground finish making them easy to rip as soon as you get your hands on them. Whether you're freeriding or ripping around town; Shred the Dead. ZOMBIES!!!!
What is Durometer?
Durometer is simply the hardness of your skateboard wheels. Look closely at your wheels, chances are you will notice numbers printed in the graphic, not the size, but the numbers usually followed by an "a". This is how you tell how hard the wheels are.
Not sure what hardness, or durometer your wheels should be? Most skateboard wheels use the "a" scale for durometer, which is what we will explain to keep things simple. On the "a" scale, the lower the durometer number, the softer the wheel. The higher the durometer number, the harded the wheel. So, a wheel that has 84a printed on it would be a relatively soft wheel, where 100a is pretty hard. Softer wheels grip the ground better, but get torn up or develop flatspots fast. Harder wheels last longer, but don't grip as well. Longboards often have very soft wheels for cruising sidewalks or bombing hills, where street skaters usually want harder wheels.
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase you may return it for a full refund, or exchange within 30 days of receiving your order.