Activities Sports & Athletics Bearings From Bones Swiss Ceramics Share PINTEREST Email Print Sports & Athletics Skating Gear Basics History Lessons Famous Skaters Inline Skating Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Steve Cave Updated May 17, 2018 Bones Swiss Ceramic bearings are simply the best out there today. If you are looking for high-performance skateboarding bearings that will be strong, fast, smooth and durable, then check out Bones Swiss Ceramics. Professional skaters use them, and there's a reason - they're the best. If you are just starting out, these aren't the bearings for you - check out Bones Reds instead. Pros Ceramic balls make these the fastest, strongest, and lightest bearings availableEasy to cleanSimply the best out there, in every way. They're what the pros use. Cons Quality like this isn't free Description 100% High Purity Silicon Nitride Ceramic BallsRemovable High-Speed Nylon Ball CageRemovable Non-Contact, Frictionless Rubber ShieldLubricated with Low Viscosity Bones Speed CreamFastest Speed and AccelerationLowest Friction, Longest RollLightest WeightBones Skate Rated Design & Quality Bearings Guide Bones has been making bearings since the 80s, and Bones Swiss Ceramics are the crowning creation of years of development. So what does that mean for you, skating on the streets, parks, and ramps? Bones Swiss Ceramics have ceramic balls inside, instead of polished steel like everyone else. The Ceramic balls are lighter than steel, stronger, and roll with less friction. This means you'll get going fast quicker, you'll have a higher top speed, and you won't need to replace your bearings as often. Ceramics are also easier to clean; they come lubricated with Bones Speed Cream and are easy to pop open and clean. The bearings come with instructions on how to care for them, and the Bones website has helped as well. The one drawback to Bones Ceramics is the price. These bearings will run you over a hundred dollars. So, if you are a new skater, you might want to buy cheaper bearings at first, unless you just happen to be a new skater with loads of cash. So, if you are a pro, an amatuer, or someone who skates a lot and wants the best, pick up a set of Bones Swiss Ceramics.