Posts Tagged ‘prototypes’
Oso Prototype Version 4 (made in the USA. Boot: urethane, cuff: urethane, skins: Bullet Prufe denim, souls: machined UHMW, liners: Trust Special Ops.
We are not just in the garage any more. This model is created from our 3D printed mold. At this point it is easier and faster for us to fine tune our work.
We are currently testing the strengths of different material like urethane, carbon fiber, and various plastics. More to come on the new design in June! – Oso Boots.
Arsenio Patterson and Phillip Gripper shredding in Oso Boots
Music: Dwij – Love Signs (get the song on Amazon.com).
Up: Prototypes 1-4 on Bigcartel ($275, Sold Out).
By Lukas Sladek. Filmed in Prague.
Here is an update to the Powerblading Anti-Rocker Prototype Frames by Maciej Malinek (first post, november 2013).
My name is Maciej Malicki. I am 28 years old. I live in Warsaw (Poland). I have a higher technical education. I’m interested in developing the study of materials and machine parts. Blah blah blah. I have been skating for 14 years. […] Interview on Hedonskateblog.com.
ASU_S4 shared a picture of a prototype skate spotted in China:
My homie that runs a shop in China said someone brought these into his shop. When you get skates made in china, the factory will try to sell some before they ever ship them out…
Check the crazy frames sample created by Maciej Malinek from Warsaw (Poland). The frame is combination of powerblading and anti-rocker features, based on metal core and sidewalls.
Andrew Birch and Michael Dawson testing the prototype of the Bake Powerframe.
We’re keen to show off what this frame can do, even while still using the ABS prototype. – Ash Gavin.
Shot and edited by Jordan Jones.