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The Labeda Millennium wheel is what all other wheels are compared too. The original dual durometer wheel! Best of all, these are made right here in the USA by the family owned Labeda!

Micro hub wheel designed for the 688 size bearing.

Supply is limited. Please refer to the "In Stock" column below for available quantities. Back orders will not be shipped. 

  • Ideal Playing Surface:  Sport Court
  • Hardness Guidelines: 
    • 74A (X-Soft) = 165 lbs and below
  • Fit Guidelines:  Micro hub wheel designed for the micro 688 bearing size


  • Wheel Profile: Tapered
      • Pointed, performance profile for speed and agility.
  • Construction:  Dual Durometer
      • High durometer urethane core creates incredible rebound for maximum speed
      • Low durometer urethane outer layer for the ultimate grip
        • Made In USA
  • Hub Size:  Micro 688
  • Hardness Available
    • 74A (X-Soft) = 165 lbs and below
  • Sizes Available: 
    • 59, 68, 72, 76, 80mm


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Comments:  I had these wheels on my skates and I needed new ones because after a while they started breaking.  Could not beat the deal Inline Warehouse had.  I ended up getting 8 wheels 4 for each skate and so far so good.  I use these just for indoor roller hockey.
From: Paul, NJ

Comments:i weigh about 180lb right now..... i have trouble with other wheels stopping...i put alot of force into stopping...once i bought these wheels and played in a tourney they performed beautifully... i had the stopping power and speed wasnt sacrificed 10 out of 10 INDOOR only

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Wheel Size:
Wheel Size
Most skates require a certain size wheel. There are several ways to determine what size wheel fits your skate: check what's printed on the wheel or on your frame, check your owner's manual, refer to your skate's online product description or measure the overall height in millimeters.
Wheel Durometer:
Wheel Durometer
The ideal wheel hardness is based on the playing surface, your weight, ability and preference. Generally, softer 72A-78A wheels are needed to grip on smoother indoor surfaces, while harder 80-84A wheels are used on rougher, outdoor surfaces to increase the life of the wheel. Typically, players skate the hardest wheel possible that allows them to maximize speed without slipping. See our Learning Center video for more detailed help on selecting the proper hardness.
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