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Kryptonics

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Kryptonics were the baddest, fastest wheels that were out there in the 80s for your skateboard.I never got any when I was a kid because they were expensive.I still look and drool at them on eBay!


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Do You Remember Kryptonics?

Do You Remember Kryptonics?

  • Anonymous user
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    I had lime green 65's tracker trucks and a benji board.. Mad dog bowl London!
  • Anonymous user
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    south bank ,only had a cheap board acs truks and red kryptonics.seeing paul sully doing tricks there,good old days.
  • Anonymous user
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    e and m deck lazer8s trucks,bones wheels ,sims racing bearings.plus can you remember skyhooks,malibu dog bowl nottingham,skate store sat morn ,mansfield market ,boarding under the car park ramp .bring it on
  • Anonymous user
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    i have tracker trucks with red kryps and a fibre flex deck and jedd deck with lazer trucks and alva wheels
  • Anonymous user
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    I have the red 70mm with ACS 651's on a local Cornish made fibreglass deck. Great days indeed!
  • Anonymous user
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    Just had to be 70mm greens with ACS500 trucks and a G&S Fibreflex deck. If only!
  • Anonymous user
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    Oh yeah, Lime Green 65mm Kryps. These were only for bowl riding, too hard for anything else. The reds were for street, soft and sticky. Still got mine with original gullwing trucks and a 5-ply Santa Cruz deck from '77... think it may be worth something now.
  • Anonymous user
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    man,when thge skateboard era came in,only those with kryptonic wheels were the ones who were ruling the streets.They were 100 times superior than the rest!!
  • Anonymous user
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    I had a set of green C65's. They were the hardest compound. Was disappointed as hell that they were only fast on the smoothest of surfaces though.