The CCS Blank Wheels has a 99a durometer, which is a hard wheel that could be noisy on some surfaces...yet the Urethane material the wheels are made from tend to give skate wheels a more forgiving ride that seems smooth and most times not 'loud'.
The CCS Blank Wheels in White or the Ricta Natural Whites would be the closest we could offer for the look you're after. I believe the sun is what discolors the wheel, and the white colored wheel will tend to show this.
When you slide sideways on the wheels, it wears out the wheel in a particular spot. After time of regular sliding, the wheels may get more and more flat spots. These leaves the wheels in an irregular shape, ie. not circular but more hexagonal if you know what I mean.
The result is a bumpy ride, kind of like if your car had AUS 50cent shaped wheels
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Flat spots develop on wheels from sliding or skidding. When the wheels stop spinning but are still on the ground, the surface will grind the wheels down a bit, sometimes creating a flat spot if the wheels are really soft. Imagine cruising around with hexagonal wheels...wouldn't be too smooth of a ride.