Product Spotlight - Sabbath Wheels Drop 2
Make a deal with the devil and treat yourself to some premium urethane for the Sabbath Wheels cult.
After the success of their first drop, Sabbath Wheels are back with another collection of premium skateboard wheels complete with returning classics and all-new pro models. Boasting their signature All Terrain Urethane (ATU) formula, Sabbath are giving Spitfire a run for their money with these top quality wheels which roll fast, last long and slide well. They're also around £10 cheaper and have the added bonus of being UK-based and skater-owned if you weren't already convinced. Oh yeah, and the good homie Jack Steele skates for them too.
Adding to their already star-studded lineup, Sabbath's latest drop features a new pro model wheel for James Bush, making him the second pro for the brand alongside the one and only Craig Questions. The Sabbath 'James Bush Pro' Wheels come in at 52mm and feature a chunky conical shape that makes them perfect for locking into grinds while Sabbath's signature ATU formula guarantees long-lasting durability and optimal speed. They even feature a hyper-realistic graphic from Lynda Whiston depicting the Gaffa after two pint on a Saturday night. If you ain't a fan of all the spooky, Gothic graphics Sabbath typically employ then these wheels are for you.
Alongside James Bush's pro wheels, Sabbath have also come through with another new wheel for you to enjoy. Much like the 'James Bush Pro' wheels, the Sabbath 'Stabby The Clown' Wheels also feature a conical shape however their whopping 58mm diameter means they're much more suited to vertical terrain and urban crust than technical street skating, but feel free to go ahead and prove us wrong. The 'Stabby The Clown' wheels feature a bangin' graphic courtesy of tattoo artist, Lewis Davies, who's come through with a timeless trad-style design for Sabbath.
Alongside these new wheels, we've also restocked on some of their other wheels including Craig 'Questions' Scott's pro wheel and the 'Dancing Devil' conical wheels. If you haven't tried these bad boys yet we highly recommend you do yourself a favour and grab a set to save further embarrassment.
That's enough chit-chat though. Head to the shop to buy Sabbath skateboard wheels from CSC. Or, find out more about the latest skate product on the CSC Blog. Safe.