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37 Responses to “Jimmy Cisz: Miami 2011 with Oxelo”
ha oui ils rachètent le moule du STI PRO pour les vendres moins chères et malheureusement en moins bonne qualité :/
et je suis sur que le monteur cadreur et rideur ont fait sa gracieusement car c’est pas la politique de decathlon que d’investir dans la promotion de la pratique
maintenant il permet à tout le monde de pratiquer pour pas chère donc c’est une bonne chose
mais de la à nous faire croire qu’ils font de bons patins et qu’ils soutiennent le milieu, la dessus j’ai un doute
They are modeled after good skates, but Oxelo skates are made from materials of bad quality… Really, even Realms are better investment than this. Oxelo is Decathlon brand, last time i checked Decathlon didn’t lift a finger to help skating getting bigger. If someone wants entry level skates, get Bladerunner: they are made by Rollerblade, company that at least SOMETIMES do something to support aggressive inline. Still materials of worse quality than more expensive skates, but at least shell is good and easy to mod with RB Solo plates. Put these on, change liner, frame and wheels and they feel a lot like old Salomons with widebody.
On the plus side, Decathalon is a global chain, and just by having aggressive skates in the stores will promote the sport. People might, for example, wonder whey they look different to the other skates (e.g only having 2 wheels rather than the standard 4) and look on the internet to find out….then hopefully come across some real companies and products! Plus, as an entry level skate it doesn’t look too bad.
hmm never seen or heard of any gay rollerbladers , although when i looked into skateboards they had specialty group on myspace for gay boarders :P , anyway the edit was very well one of the best done for a mainstream brand like oxelio , the skating was great.. not some shitty wanna be.. the skate itself looks to have potential and i do hope they put some extra quality into them… like said good for beginers and it ll definatly beat all those other wanna be aggressive skates that soc or other make… get a good team of 3 that know their stuff skating wise and industry and who knows what could happen…
model has been used many times here in the US. Those frames are interesting and the soul won’t slide very well however wax fixes everything. I bought a pair from another company from big 5 just for the wheels and bearings for 50 bucks. gave the skates to a newbie. however again with wax things change. It’s nice to see more companies coming forth and with the right price point if they’re willing to truly back it Rolling can be a billion dollar buisness for all companies again. they will need a good diverse team though, worldwide.
I personally don’t like them but is great to have affordable skates easy to find for people that wanna try our sport but are not sure and don’t wanna spend a lot of money on something they wont ever use.
hope this oxelo brings a lot of new people to our sport
@United: big difference though with powerslide. we would’ve never made it to the big leagues without guys like powerslde. Remember Arlo won x-games on USD’s. So did Feinberg. it’s just a matter of these big corps realizing the buying power of their consumer demograph on a global market and reacting positively towards both entities goals. Honestly it’s a start up division of the company and they’ll make many mistakes but at least they’re starting off better than the others did. I mean blade runner didn’t even bother to try to make a video edit.