There’s not much else to say about the Coffee Cruisers; they’re solid little cruiser wheels. If you’ve been dreaming of something soft and smooth, this is what you want.
We measured the ride surface at 21.6mm for the 50mm ones and 24mm for the 52mm version, so they should still be relatively easy to get sideways and slide if you’re committed enough. Note, however, that while they’re cored, the core still intrudes a fair bit into the wheel, so flanged spacers like the ones built into the Tekton XT bearings won’t fit; stick with the Tekton Lites or Biltins instead.
Finally, despite the sharply cut back of the wheel, the bearing seat is center-set. This means the wheel should be more rigid (which means more speed), and also means these don’t cover the axle nut. If you’re looking for a small cruiser wheel which covers the axle (whether it’s for freestyle or just to stop the axle getting damaged), the best we can do is the 95a Seismic Focus for now.