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Moxi Fundae wheel review.

Updated: May 4, 2020

Moxi Fundae wheels.

With the initial hype around the new Moxi hybrid wheel I was very excited to try them. They look amazing - four gorgeous marble effect colour ways with stunningly cute graphics of ice-creams (created by Nick Zegel the Art Director of Girl Skateboards no less!).

"Shaped for the skate park, poured for the streets" - they sound like the wheel we have been waiting for!

Moxi Fundae Wheels.

I was so keen to try them we headed straight for our local indoor skatepark. Wooden ramps and smooth transition, I was used to skating fast in my Moxi Trick wheels so how would these compare? The Fundae wheels have a super smooth surface with no ridges - they feel fairly soft to the touch and have a bit of bounce to them. On the wooden ramps I felt grounded but not held back. I could carve as usual but I felt like I was staying on the carve rather than sliding. The Fundae wheels gave a lot more control without loosing speed.

They are a perfect size for stalling and rail tricks - 57mm diameter and 34mm wide. Shaped with a curved outside edge.

Teal Fundae wheels on a Jack Boot set up.

I was able to slide and stall without any feelings of sticking like you would with a softer wheel.

The next test was on a flying visit to Roller Nation roller disco in London. I skated for around 3 hours on their smooth polished wooden rink floor. The additional grip of these wheels meant I couldn't just roll around endlessly - however I LOVED the added control I got from them. Learning new footwork and roller dance skills was fantastic as I had just the right amount of grip and slide. Spins felt under control and every movement was so in control.

Fundae at the skatepark.

Next up - outdoor skating!

I couldn't wait to see how these rolled on the rough surfaces around Leeds - tarmac, cobblestones and grit abound!

I rolled around my local park which is a rough tarmac footpath (plenty of sticks and small stones to navigate) and I couldn't believe the speed and smoothness of these wheels on a usually bumpy as hell surface! Just wow! Perfect amount of smooth roll yet enough grip to stop on a dime and turn when needed.

Finally I hit the skatepark - this park is a smooth concrete surface and usually quite noisy and clicky on my harder trick wheels. The Fundae wheels were super smooth and oh-so-quiet!

I felt fast and smooth enough to roll comfortably around. Still plenty of speed so no need to push and skate, yet enough responsive grip to control every carve.

Birthday cake blue - Moxi Fundae wheels.

I think Moxi have really hit the nail on the head with these gorgeous wheels - I can't imagine that I would ever need to change up my wheels from outdoor to skatepark and they are still just as comfortable for indoor skating and roller dance too.

Suitable for: A hybrid wheels that is a perfect balance between outdoor soft wheels and indoor hard wheels.

Great for beginners to the skatepark who are moving up from a softer wheel but don't want to commit to the speed and slide of a hard wheel.

A beginner skater may not feel as comfortable skating the streets in these wheels as you get plenty of speed, but for a more confident outdoor skater they are amazing!

Available in four colours and sold in packs of four so that you can mix-and-match.

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