We're now stocking the 2nd generation Orangatang Freeride wheels!
Click here to check them out.
Left to right is the Keanu 66mm, the Kilmer 69mm, and the Cage 73mm.
All these wheels feature a big core, stoneground running surface, rounded edges and narrow-ish contact patch, which gives an easy slide from new. (Check out our wheel guide for more info on all that...)
The Cage is pretty big for a longboard wheel these days, so watch out for wheelbite. On a drop-through or cutaway board it'll be a real nice cruising wheel with a bit more mass and decent roll speed. That bigger size also makes it better for big-mountain style freeride.
The Kilmer is the middle-of-the-road size offering at 69mm, it's spot on for most kinds longboarding - cruising, freeride, sliding or anything else you care to try.
The Keanu 66mm is probably our favourite from this lineup - just because we know that smaller wheels tend to slide better, and that big core gives a lot of support for such a small wheel. This would be ideal on a cruiser/hybrid board, it;s lighter for dancing, or great on a topmount freeride board with looser trucks where wheelbite is an issue.
You can't go wrong with O-Tang - check out the whole selection here!