Skate Finder

Radar Varsity Plus

Quad Roller Skate Wheels
Radar Varsity Plus at Low Price Roller Skates
Radar Varsity Plus at Low Price Roller Skates
Rink Price: $175.00
You Save: $85.00 (49 %)
Guaranteed Lowest Prices Available Online

Radar Varsity Plus Quad Speed Skate Wheels

Radar Quad Skate Wheels

Radar Varsity Plus quad roller skate wheels are the only narrow rink wheel on the market featuring a metal hub for true control at all times. The only narrow rink wheel on the market today featuring a metal hub for true control on the floor at all times. The Tire material delivers great roll and durability.

*Price is for 8 pack*

Recommended Surfaces
  • Coated Rink Floors
  • 57mm x 32mm
    62mm x 32mm
  • White (Firm ~101A)
  • Black (Firm ~101A)
Hub Style
  • Aluminum

Product Reviews

Rate This Product:
or Create a Review
(11 Ratings, 5 Reviews) Average Rating:
Love these wheels
Skate Hard (Mac Town) 9/1/2014 9:06 PM
These wheels are great! When I first rolled on them they had a tight grip to the floor, but after a couple of weeks they were broke in. I can slide or grip the floor whenever I need them to. Love Em
A pretty decent wheel
RareGroove Roller (ATL bwo St. Louis) 7/27/2011 12:21 PM
I've been rolling on these wheels (57mm) since they came out some years back, courtesy of my man Luther at low price skates. The type of roll you get from this wheel is dependent on the type of floor you skate on. It will typically slide with a good amount of freedom on unfinshed wood surfaces (i.e. Golden Glide, Cascade, Skate Zone, Skate King, St. Nick's & Glennwood). It will grip like a 97A or less on coated floors like (All American, Sparkles, Coachlite, & The Rink). On an unfinished floor, it slides more than Bones Elite, but less than All-Americans or Fomacs. The metal hub helps to reduce the weight of the wheel while maintaining stability. The wheels have stood up to my constant abuse, so they are worth the money. This is a good wheel for most skaters at any skill level.
*Top Gunn* (St.Louis) 12/15/2010 7:56 PM
Can a few people please give me some input on these wheels before I buy them....its either these or the bones super elites...thx..
Good Appearance / Bearing install Difficult / Tight Floor Grip
Sebastian (Norfolk-Metro VA) 6/19/2009 11:40 AM
Bearings are difficult to install into Metal Hubs, if they have any slight bends / dents / deformations on them. The Hubs do give the wheels a nice look though. Wheels are tacky on wood floors, and will not allow any give for sliding moves unless you ride/slide on the very edge of them. It took less effort to obtain faster speeds compared to my FAME wheels when cruising. Today's skating moves (2009) requires more and more slide style moves, so I will putting these on the shelf for the every-so-hard All American Plus Wheels I just ordered.
Anonymous (Unknown) 2/18/2008 3:46 PM
Roller Skates