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thank you!!! bout time we see something. they look pretty sweet. reminds me of a carbon like k2 or something. hope they make half sizes cuz that would be awsome. would really like a skate in 71/2. def going to cop a pair when they finally release. mega man skates!!!
skate porn! good work seba. agreed a touch of USD in there but that ain’t a problem. cool colour palette, nice soulplate, great cuff/liner height. back of the shell looks a little overworked and standard problem of too many bloody logos.
overall looks solid hopefully as good as salomons. can’t wait to see how they roll as thats all that matters. slaptap
People complaining about USD ripping off Nike, but now SEBa and Adapt ripp off Usd hahahaba that proves USD is on top of their game. Good for CJ he deserves the best but these look like a USD carbon retarded brother. All SEBa skates fit terrible, i am wondering if they improved
that for their street skate
Best of luck I’m told I can’t say much. CJ, you’re a heck of a skater. You deserved the best of respect and luck in this industry. I’m sure they’ll treat you better than andy or Kato could financially. and you should’ve been had your own pro skate. Their lose is seba’s gain
It’s amazing how off a few photos that most of you commenting can be so quick to judge these skates negatively already!
Have you all tried them or something? Because they haven’e been released yet have they?
If not, shut the fuck up! You’re all a bunch of fucking idiots who like to whinge more than anything else. I haven’t heard this much complaining since i heard a skateboarder sook about me waxing the coping. Maybe the complainers in here should go hang out with them and talk about the grips on their fucking skateboards.
Congratulations CJ and Seba. I’m very happy to see more variety on the market and, I for one am very looking forward to trying these out.
they look like a well designed skate in terms of functionality, some of the aesthetics could use some toning down in my opinion. too many logos/prints and contrasting stitching is tacky. but i bet they’re comfortable and i’d try em
i have owned sebas before and still blade a 2012 model a shit ton and they are they best blades i ever put on my feet. they have money to fix issues that ppl have and make them as comfortable, light and fit as possible.. experimental money is really important.. molds in the aggressive world have not changed since 2001.
Well done getting a pro model and no doubt they will look after you that depending on this skate selling well and I don’t see it just based on design.only my opinion of course,really good seeing other company’s starting up or getting involved.soes anyone know if there is a way of checking sales for the rollerblading industry?obviosly our industry not fitness hockey ect