Posts Tagged ‘cj wellsmore’
With bags packed and spirits high CJ and the crew take advantage of the local Detroit scenery. Days spent ice skating and exploring the city turned into nights spent chilling with good friends, 2 AM box sessions and in depth discussions of the new Seba Aggressive skate.
CJ as usual was the life of the party, always making the best of every moment and opportunity he has been given as a result of skating.
Oh by the way did we mention there was a contest? CJ made sure to make his time in America count taking the win in both the Aggressive Mall Champion Bowl and Pro contest. With smooth grinds, technical airs and creative lines CJ was able to work his way to the top, winning his first and unfortunately last Bittercold Showdown.
After an eventful stay in America it was time for CJ to pack his oversized hammer and get some much needed rest.
Where and what will CJ get into next? Only time will tell, but rest assured it will be worth watching. – Erik Burrow.
Filmed & edited by Anthony Finocchiaro.
Song: Apparat – Your House Is My World.
Congratulations to Cj Wellsmore who took the 2nd place and to Antony Pottier who took the 5th place in the final (full results).
Filmed by Anthony Finocchiaro. Song: Ornette – Crazy.
More pictures of the Seba CJ Wellsmore Skates.
Online-skating posted a better photo of the Seba CJ Wellsmore.
Zecoprzepraszam posted an article about the Seba CJ Wellsmore.
Few days ago various blading websites (and various bladers) posted photos of new Seba Street skate.
As I expected, this is clearly carbon-fiber base, one piece, “softboot” skate. Or you could say – clone of USD Carbon II, with few features added. [...] Full article.
Old and New Footage! simply for the Homies. – CJ Wellsmore.
Excited about Seba Street?
Article by Zecoprzepraszam.
During past weeks rollerblading community pretty much get on Seba hype train, starting with Seba – CJ Wellsmore partnership announcement. It seems many people see Seba as some kind of savior, that bring superior quality, revolution, money, professionalism and “proper” skater-owned bussines in to the game.
The problem is, emotions sparked by having another brand entering the market and giving popular blader pro-boot and opportunity to took part in designing the skate, took over cold reasoning and rationalism.
Seba is no doubt influential company, but giving them more credit they deserve is a bad thing. The same happened numerous times with other brands, and you people learned nothing.
Few months ago, Shima Skating Manufacture hype machine was so successful, that many people called them “revolution” in aggressive market and expected that Shima will lift popularity of rollerblading from depths of abyss called “place where mass media won’t go”, save it, and who knows what else. And how this turned out? If you don’t know, ask Montre Livingston… [...]