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What makes the Radar Halo so unique?
Or the core is oversized with a thinner layer of urethane around it to get a stiffer feel, enhancing your edge work, including precise stops, but limiting your amount of grip and durability.
The halo 86 are the wheels I needed to be confortable in our very slippery venue. I needed some grip but I usually do not like to grip to much (does this make sense ?). Those wheels allow me to skate smoothly while having the right amount of grip and control. The perfect balance.
I absolutely love these halo wheels. I have them in 84, 86, 88 and 91. My 91 halo wheels are part of my basic setup. They are very durable and somehow work with a lot of difficult floors. Our game venue has a soft sportcourt, yet the halos 91 give me good grip and just enough slide to perform well during a game. The wheels are very reactive and look good. I have been skating on halos since 3 years now and they never let me down.
I skate a lot on my 91A Halo's! I also have the 93A and 95A Halo's but don't use them that often, I don't like to much slide, but with real grippy floors they have rescued me a couple of times. I like the esthetics of the black urethane and a colourful hub. They are light and durable! I have been skating on the 91A's every practice for over 3 years now! They still look pretty fresh!
Réactives, solides, légères et belles. Que demande le peuple?