I tested those wheels on 3 different floors (tiles, smooth concrete
and wood) on 6 accounts. The different wheels didn't have a strong variation
in performance during slow stride, running, jumping or stopping actions.
However, they differed greatly on more challenging situations such as
fast forward and backward crossovers, slow and fast weaving, stepping/hopping
on the side while crossovering, being pushed on the side.
Therefore I tested those wheels on those accounts only and I have heaps
to say. If you want to go straight to the point, see scores or straight
to the conclusion.
6 accounts with 3
being good, 2 ok and 1 poor.
6 would be the lowest score, 18 the highest.
“A” scales are for hardnesses of
The lower the number the softer
the wheel (More grip with a little less roll)
The higher the number the harder the
wheel (A little less grip with more roll)
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