The Trinity is the first truly innovative wheel skating has ever had. The inner core is made of a new high heat high impact material to eliminate core stretching, stress cracking, and breaking. The middle layer is a softer 68c urethane that will give the grip, feel, ride quality, and impact absorption of a softer wheel.
The outer layer is made of our newly proven pro urethane in a 91a but is does not feel or ride anywhere close to that hardness. With having a softer inner layer it adds surface pressure to the face of the wheel to allow us to raise the hardness in the outer layer to increase the durability and speed of the wheel without compromising any of the ride quality or giving a hard feel to the wheel.
Finally we have the most important part of the wheel, the sidecut technology. It helps the wheel by reducing the weight of the wheel by about 15% and allow the wheel to flex enough to allow the wheel to get maximum amount of grip from edge to edge.
Not just another Winterclash contest edit, this is our past and our future. Powerhouse, life from another perspective.
Winterclash 2011 by SdoPe
Just when u thought you seen it all, think again, we come up with 8 montages from material that we gathered during our trip to Eindhoven for the Winterclash weekend.
CHAPTERS: #1. Road to Winterclash 2011: handheld timelapse from our journey to Holland #2. Eindhoven timelapse: two buildings in a timelapse #3. Please dont smoke in the skatepark: 1st montage from the event, some gooood tricks in here by pros and ams. #4. Fritz: short clip with mr.P #5. Naturals: Alex Browkow and Cosimo Tassone shredin’ on the short rail during the premiere of the Traitement #6. Slams: bails and fights #7. Good times: few moving postcards from the event and our stay. #8. Flashes: main blading montage with all the best tricks from the competition. Some hammers up in here!
Vine St is a rollerblading video from Sydney, Australia, based upon the residence of 58 Vine St.
The video features full sections from: Richie Eisler, Rian Arnold, CJ Wellsmore, Tien Nguyen, Mass Alhattawi, Simon Dorabialski, Charlie Ruckly, Craig Brocklehurst, Dom West, Jamie Knapp & James Bower.