Actually not. The lower durometer of the Bones Party Pack Wheel indicates a 'softer' wheel that is more ideal for rougher surfaces, cruising, or decks that need lots of grip. Here is a general breakdown, but the end preference is always decided by the rider:
78a-87a= soft wheel good for rough surfaces, longboards or street boards that need a lot of grip
88a-95a= slightly harder & faster with a little less traction, but grip is still pretty good
96a-99a= good speed & grip...good wheel for beginners, street, ramp & park skating
100a< hardest, fastest with the least amount of grip
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