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34 Responses to “Kaltik Blue Frame: Jay Gorman, Ireland Edit”
This exactly what I wanted, more edits and reviews of kaltik frames. I remember when they first came out and everyone hated them, I’m not too big to admit I was one of them, talking shit about this no name company making scatty looking frames that were probably shit.
But time and again, through edits and reviews I have been proven wrong and am gaining more and more respect for Ally and Kevin and all the boys up in Ireland who have persevered through the quiet and economically difficult times because they had a product they knew was good and they believed in.
I had a lot of negative opinions on Kaltik products and they’ve all been washed away. Next pay day I think is going to be the day I try out some of those flat frames. Well done guys on sticking to your guns and I hope this product goes a long way and secures a position in the inline world.
would like to try the frames. wish they were more widely available in the US.
sorry to be a fashion commentator (i really don’t care about the fit or type of clothes) but the color of those frames completely clashes with the boots and the dude’s jacket. not sure why you wouldn’t be more conscious of trying to make the blue look good when introducing the color was the whole point
“I can understand the appeal for the Kaltik flat frames, but the FS frame has been much less documented. What is it exactly that sets it apart from, say, the Mooks?”
i think the thing that sets them apart from mooks is they come in maaaad colours. if your ever at a comp and theres a kaltik stall they usually have these unique one off sets where all the dye in the plastic has mixed they look sick! there are subtle differences. then they also have that flat setup frame which looks mad! i think xsjado only make kind of frame dont they?