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    Default Cult ISM wheels

    I haven't heard much about these wheels but what do you guys know about them?
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    Default Re: Cult ISM wheels

    Hey! They are nice freeride wheels in the smaller size range (63mm), especially good for a little slower stuff too even though you can go fast with them, they will be icy at higher speeds. Ideal for double kick boards or topmounts that can't fit big wheels. Just going like 15mph on them will slide forever, they shed little to no speed hehe.
    If you want a bigger version check out the Converter for sideset or Centrifuge for centerset 70mm+ wheels poured in the same formula.

    To sum things up, I like mine, they are a really fun wheel.
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    Default Re: Cult ISM wheels

    agree with the above awesome fun wheels, they dont seem to wear fast so u save cash and have a great time too.

    Only thing is dont go fast and try to stop in a hurry on chipseal.
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    Default Re: Cult ISM wheels

    They are really cheap (at least around here), slide like mad for slower stuff, light enough for any trick board , fast roll-speed, rather slow wear and comfy enough for most days. Great wheel imo, just don't go too fast on them
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    Default Re: Cult ISM wheels

    Thanks for all the help guy. Looks like it an awesome slow freeride wheel.

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    Default Re: Cult ISM wheels

    My only criticism of these (so far, admittedly I haven't ridden them too much) ... is their grip and slip feel. I like progression in sliding ... But! They are likely to improve on that, and are wicked on dk boards ...

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