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Spitfire Skateboard Wheels
The Spitfire label was created in San Francisco in 1987 and has been operating under the Deluxe Distribution label since its creation. The Spitfire skateboard wheels brand has a long list of professional riders that make up the elite team. They are considered by many skaters to be the best wheels in the industry. Spitfire wheels are 100% made in the USA.
Spitfire Wheels Construction Technology
Spitfire wheels are manufactured in a way that allows them to avoid shape constraining molds like most of the other wheels out there. The shape of each wheel is often updated, tweaked or sometimes even completely redone to keep up with what the Spitfire team and riders are asking for from their wheels. Each wheel is shaped and designed for function and speed no matter what style or shape you ride. Spitfire is committed to making the fastest, longest lasting wheels available. Ride the Fire!
Spitfire Wheels Team Riders
Erik Ellington, Eric Koston, Mark Gonzales, Daewon Song, Kevin Long, Tony Trujillo, Anthony Van Engelen (A.V.E.), Dustin Dollin, Tony Tave, Brandon Jenkins, Andrew Allen, Bryan Herman, JT Aultz, Lance Mountain, Nick Dompierre, Emmanuel Guzman, Guy Mariano, Keith Hufnagel, Peter Ramondetta, Jeff Grosso, Jason Jessee, Antuwan Dixon, Steven Nesser, Justin Strubing, Sean Malto, Eric Dressen, Jeff Lenoce, Max Schaff, Omar Salazar, Rick Howard, Lizard King, Sam Hitz, Rob Welsh, Leo Romero, Colin Kennedy, John Cardiel, Dylan Rieder, Dan Drehobl, Frank Gerwer, Bobby Worrest, Brian Anderson, Ernie Torres, Mike Anderson, Chima Ferguson, Peter Hewitt, Julian Stranger, Dennis Busenitz, Mark Johnson, Andrew Brophy, Jon Goeman, Angel Ramerez, Justin Brock, Alex Olson, Kevin Long, Stu Graham, Dan Pensyl, Grant Taylor, Anthony Pappalardo, Tyler Bledsoe, Anthony Schultz, Dan Plunkett, Brian Hanson, Manny Santiago, Massimo Cavedoni, Keegan Sauder, Robbie Russo, Jake Brown, Ryan Peabody, Brad Comer, Silas Baxter, Neal James, Sean Malto