After an extended tantrum of research, development, and tearful pouting, Seismic Skate Systems is fired up to introduce the newest members of its freeride wheel family – the 60x38mm Cry Baby and the 64x42mm Cry Baby, both available in red 84A and blue 88A, with centerset bearing placement.
“Everything about these wheels is a blast,” said Seismic team rider Lamin Cassama of Stockholm. “They’re just the size and shape I’ve been searching for, with an amazingly consistent, controllable slide.”
Added Dre “Grizzly” Nubine of Aurora, Colorado, “The consistency is unbelievable – no chop at all, just sugary crisp sliding and slow, even wear. The slide and hookup at high speeds is perfect.”
The 60mm and 64mm sizes are both poured in Seismic Elixir™, the first urethane formulated exclusively for modern freeriding. Like other wheels in the Seismic freeride lineup, the Cry Babies offer smooth, predictable slides with great hookup, grip when you need it, and awesome ’thane lines. Baby bottle and diaper change included, but only on the graphic.
According to Brandon Desjarlais of Salem, Oregon, “The 88A is obviously more slippery and the 84A more controlled. But both duros are super consistent, really slidey, and surprisingly long lasting.”
Added Troy Fairbanks of Wheat Ridge, Colorado, “From the first slide they were absolutely perfect – no chatter at all! These are now my all-time favorite wheel – love them in both duros.”