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The brand new Kizer Level III is out now. Enjoy combining rolling with your grinding like never before!
The Kizer Level 3 has breached the gap between big and small wheels. No more do you have to be limited by speed or ability to grind. The Kizer Level 2 showed that any trick is possible even with 76mm wheels.
Now the same design team that brought you the Kizer Level 2 presents the Kizer Level 3. A 72mm flat frame that has been designed with careful attention to logic and physics to allow you a frame that performs perfectly for aggressive skating, while giving you a much needed boost when it comes to speed.
Kizer continues its legacy as the frame company that isn’t afraid of pushing into new territories, and the Level 3 frame is the latest in a series of evolutions in frame technology.
Kizer Team DVD
Song: Kenny Rogers – Just Dropped In.
We are proud to present the new Slimline II frame from Kizer.
This latest frame from the Kizer family is the perfect product for flat skating, offering middle wheel protection combined with the fast & proven Fluid material.
The Slimline is designed as a lightweight, strong frame and is available in 3 different sizes.
Up to 58mm wheels, all rockered down. 60mm outside, rockered up, 56mm inside, rockered down.
Antirocker / Freestyle
Up to 80mm outside rockered up. With 80mm wheels, grindwheels only fit in Frame size M & L (80mm wheels in size S frames are possible riding freestyle).
Depending on the skate, adjustments like cut-outs and recesses to the soulplate are necessary.
The Slimline II allows the speed of 80mm wheels while still having a low profile frame with a low center of gravity.
Filmed & edited by Dom West.
Greg Breger is the premier name in Powerblading, doing tricks in past edits that no-one imagined possible.
With this latest edit Greg absolutely blows us away, taking full advantage of his Kizer Arrow frames and 80mm Matter and UC Wheels, both with his grinds and gaps combining them with his controlled all surface terrain skating. – Powerblading.org.
Edited by Ronan Algalarrondo.
Previously: Iain Mcleod, Chosen Few Clothing Section.
Kizer Pro rider from the UK, Nick Lomax set up some Kizer Arrow Powerblading frames and put them to the test.
Needless to say he put them through their passes and took them to places where they could truly unlock their potential. See the revolution of Powerblading unfold and the new doors it opens to skaters.
Filmed and Edited by Ben Shelbourne. Additional filming by Tom Ashmore.
Kizer X Type
Re-make of the Xsjado frames
Kizer Slimline 2
The perfect flat setup frames
Kizer Fluid 4
Designed only for anti-rockers
Kizer Type M 2
Jeff Stockwell, CJ Wellsmore, Don Bambrick & Dustin Werbeski are new Kizer pros. Visit Kizer-skate.com.
Previously: BCN Edit by Mark Heuss + Kizer Powerblading Frames.
Thanks Oli Benet & Jon Chris.
Featuring Richie Eisler, Dustin Werbeski and Worapoj Boonnim “Note” as they cruise through Barcelona on a collection of Kizer’s new frames including the brand new Powerblading collection.
Kizer has been at the forefront of frame technology since its very first aftermarket UFS frames back in 1999. Through the years it has never ceased to innovate and create brand new concepts not only in frames but also in hardware. In 2011 Kizer takes a giant leap in innovation once more.
We find that the current state of frame technology is far from ideal. Skaters buy a frame which is “ok” for most types of skating and modify it to get as close to what they want as they can. At Kizer we felt it was our duty to do something about this situation. We decided to make the perfect frames exclusively for Freestyle skating, Anti-Rocker skating and for Flat setups.
In effect, The Kizer 2011 project can be defined as us taking all the best elements of our previous years’ collections and perfecting each frame for a specific style of skating – but that is not all;
Kizer has taken the biggest step in innovation to happen in years in our sport. Fully supporting the new evolution of inline it has created 2 brand new Powerblading frame models, therefore becoming the first frame company to offer enhanced Freeskate/Urban frames designed to withstand the Power of an aggressive skater, one of the most exciting evolutions of the sport in recent years.
We are proud to present our brand new and entirely modified frame collection for 2011.
Kizer – Everyone’s Framed.
Powerblading Frames: Arrow PB
Combining a strong, lightweight aluminium frame with a fluid plastic grindwall allows for the fastest ride ever to be combined with grinding.
Speed has always been limited on aggressive setups until now. Finally skaters can triple their speed and flow while still being able to grind. Powerblading opens up new terrains and possibilities for the aggressive skater. Max Wheel size 80mm ; UFS, UFS – One size.
The Kizer Advance is the Powerblading Fluid. Simplicity and speed is the key to this frame. The worlds strongest Freeskate frame made from Kizer Fluid material it is designed to take aggressive skating into the future.
Shorter than current fitness and freeskate frames the Kizer Advance allows for incredible control and maneuverability. Max Wheel size 80mm ; UFS, One size.