Best Indoor Wheels for inline Hockey

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  1. score77

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    I'm just starting to make the switch from ice to inline leagues. I've played open hockey outdoors my whole life but now i'm joining a indoor league with a bunch of my buddys. What are the best wheels for indoor sport court tiles?
     
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    Mr Sticky...the best i think, make sure you have good bearings and clean them ALOT
     
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    Very good wheels, durable, and they are unique in that they have a strip in the middle to help you stop like your on ice (aka. a real hockey stop).
     
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    I like Rink Rat Wheels personally and have used them for about three years now.

    But I will be trying a set of Revision Wheels pretty soon. I've heard a lot of good things about Revision Wheels recently and they are a sponsor of collegiate roller hockey. Be warned about Revision though...they have a different feel to them due to the wheel technology, so don't judge them after one use...give them a few sessions before decided whether or not they are for you.
     
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    You can hockey stop on any 74A or 76A wheels.

    That's my recommendation. Any 74's or 76's, just not bottom of the line. If you weigh over 200 lbs, I'd go with 76A.
     
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    I have to go with the labeda milleniums or the hyper trinity.... I like the Rink Rats too, but I have had 3-4 of them split apart on me.... the Labedas have always seemed like the most durable wheels to me.
     
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    I have Hyper Trinity wheels and they are nice. I've also heard great things about Rink Rats.
     
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    I've never had a problem hockey stopping on any of my inline wheels. I've always used the stickiest wheels I can find and I found that if you angle your outside foot right, you can hockey stop on any wheels.
     

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