Loaded and Otang introduce the smoothest, softest, super grippy, heavy thane-line-leaving urethane since the Birth of Orangatang. The "Blue" Caguama now available in the limited soft formula 77a durometer at a massive 85mm in Diameter with 56mm of contact patch on the 58mm wide wheel.
"Happy Urethane" is the proprietary blend of urethane chemistry at Orangatang. That's all we can say about that, other than, Orangatang wheels are incredibly fast, and bounce like hell when you drop them.
Remember the concept of rebound. You will hear it a lot as you become a longboarding jargon pro! Rebound is the wheel reaction to the surface that you are riding on. When the Caguama compresses and then releases its outer-lip, the effect is that of a rubberband. Rebound helps maintain your speed in and out of corners while cruising and carving. Happy Urethane's rebound kicks away pesky pebbles and bounces over the surface of the road! Nothing will slow you down, even those cracks in the road that mysteriously cross your path.
Voluptuous urethane (proportionate in all the right places) for high speed with grip, comfort, and momentum.
Fast, Comfortable, & Functional — At 85mm tall, the Caguama provides maximum roll speed for commuting, carving, long-distance pushing, pumping, and electric longboards. The 56mm contact patch with its surface skin provides confident grip, while the subtly rounded edges help the wheels pass smoothly across pavement cracks. Also features a 3-dimensionally faceted outer wheel face.
Large, Supportive Core — A fully-exposed 46mm core with a deep “valley”-shaped cross section (same as in the Kegel) reduces weight while providing good acceleration and lots of momentum. This core is compatible with any electric skateboard that can accommodate Orangatang Kegels, allowing for an even faster and smoother ride.
Happy Thane Formula — The Caguama is poured in our proprietary Happy Thane formula for high roll speed, excellent traction, and smooth, predictable slides.
Hatching the Caguama took many years of testing and fine tuning. You’d think we’d be quicker at it by now, but as they say: the devil is in the details.