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SDSF Open 2006: Razors Edit

Wednesday, January 17th, 2007


Razors posted a video of the SDSF Open 2006 :

The first SDSF Open, was held on Nov 4th at The Escondido skate park, CA.

Contestants included: Brian Shima, Chris Haffey, Brian Aragon, Mike ‘Murda’ Johnson, Nick Wood, Franky Morales, Damien Wilson, Erik Perkett, Rachard Johnson, Jeff Stockwell, Stefan Horn, Chaz Sands, Max Visser, Mike French and Eric Schrijn.

Commentated by: Dre Powell Judges: Robert Lievanos, Geoff Acers, Justin Eisenger The results were tied at first place between Chris Haffey and Brian Aragon.

Download : sdsf_03.m4v (52 mb)

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Razors Cult Elliot 3 Review

Monday, January 8th, 2007

Razors Cult Elliot 3

Long months of anticipation and they are finally here – re-edition of classic Cult skate, The third Pro Model of Jon Elliot.

End of the year, the weather sucks here right now, but somehow I menaged to skate them a few times and test how they perform.

For me the Cult skate is something totally new. Although it has been available on the market for few years now I haven`t had any occasion to check them out. Since 2003 I have been skating Genesis-type skate and I thought they are the best ones. Of course the Genesis boot is quite good but I really got bored after 4 years. So for this year I decided to give up the Genesis S7 model and try the Classic Razor E3 skate instead and you know what?? I`m not regreting it even a bit!! [...]

Read the full Razors Cult Eliot 3 review
(with more pics, and a small edit)
Thank Mirek

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2006 RFCC Industry Awards : Razors Edits

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007

2006 RFCC Industry Awards

Razors released 2 videos from the 2006 RFCC Industry Awards, the quality is pretty bad, but the content really worth watching them :

Skater of the year :

2006 RFCC Industry Awards Judges: More than 40 industry insiders and company representatives Nov. 4, 06, Escondido, CA Courtesy of

Download : rzrs_01.m4v (30 mb)

Team of the year :

2006 RFCC Industry Awards Judges: More than 40 industry insiders and company representatives Nov. 4, 06, Escondido, CA Courtesy of

Download : rzrs_02.m4v (37 mb).

The .M4v files can be played with Quicktime Player.

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Razors Cult 6 : Better Photo

Thursday, November 23rd, 2006

Razors Cult 6

Here is a better picture of the Razors Cult 6. More infos here.
Thanks Spewi

Razors Cult 6

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2006

razors cult 6

Tested by pros for years the cult is the perfect skate for beginners and intermediate skaters.

It features a replaceable soul frame and backslide plate, a comfortable liner with excellent heel support and 42mm anti-rocker wheels

Thanks Boroller

Razors Brian Shima 7 : Press Release

Wednesday, November 8th, 2006

razors brians shima 7 Skates

Trying to catch up with Michael Jordan, Brian Shima is releasing his 7th pro skate from Razors this Holiday season. Sporting an all black look with silver color soul frame, color coordinated chrome bolts and the infamous Reign Neoprene liner the skate is providing a glove like fit and comfort as never experienced before.

The Shima 7 comes with the new Dual Injection frame from GC with an UHMW grind plate for super fast grinding speeds. It also offers multiple rockering options from flat to anti-rocker and high-lo.


Jon Elliot & Razors : Skates Retrospective

Monday, November 6th, 2006

jon elliot

Inmag posted an article about Jon Elliot and his Razors pro-models :

Jon Elliot is one of this guys who will be remembered forever. One of the first Pro who was not an american and a true rollling legend.

Nowadays there is a lot of talking about this new rockn roll trend among rollerbladers. Tight pants, small tshirts and long hairs have become the top subject. More and more people who were recognized by their super wide and lose clothes have changed their style completely, sometimes misnamed as punk style.

But what Jon Elliot has to do with it? Well, Jon was the first person who introduced so called rock style in rollerblading and influenced many of us, thought there were and still are plenty of people who hate it. Jackets, ties, classic rock music used in profiles Jon’s style gradualy have become popular, it is no shock for anybody right now. [...]


razors jon elliot

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- Razors Elliot 3 : Press Release

Spearmint Custom Razors Skates

Sunday, October 15th, 2006

Spearmint Custom Razors Skates

A lot of people complained about the lack of originality of the latest skates releases of Razors : Shima 7, Elliot 3. Here is a custom that might lighten your days : a Spearmint (thanks Richard) Custom Razors Skates Setup done by Easy (dedicated topic).

The custom is using some green ceramic uhmw night soulplates :

Razors Shima 7

Friday, October 13th, 2006

razors shima 7

Here are the new Razors Brian Shima 7 !

- Reign neoprene liners
- Ground Control Dual Injection frames
- ABEC 5 bearings
- 4×4 Brian Shima 58mm/88a
- Ground Control 42mm anti-rocker

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Razors team visiting the X-world Shop : Edit

Friday, September 29th, 2006

razors team

About one year ago, the Razors team was on tour in Germany. Here is an edit featuring Brian Aragon, Murda, and Brian Shima skating in Herzogenaurach, the hometown of Adidas. Thanks Xwdjordan.

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Razors Brian Aragon Skates : better photo

Wednesday, September 27th, 2006

Razors Brian Aragon

Spotted at the Imyta Amsterdam 2006. Thanks to d3yF and his friend.

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- Razors Brian Aragon : Prototype Skates
- Brian Aragon Profiles

Quentin Mandron, French Razors Team Rider, Profile

Saturday, September 23rd, 2006

Quentin Mandron

Here is a video edit of Quentin Mandron, the french spiritual son of Brian Shima (take a look a Quentin’s fishbrain). Quentin rides for Razor France ; the video was shot in Lyon and Paris.

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Razors Brian Aragon : Prototype Skates

Friday, September 1st, 2006

Razors Brian Aragon

quoting Brian Aragon :

New boot, new cuff, new soul system, and new backslide plate. As of now everything is going good but the skate wont be out for Christmas, sorry about the delay.

Brendan, you were right ;)

Update :
Quoting Al Dolega :

In the interest of keeping the rolling public informed (well, as informed as i’m allowed to before the skate comes out), and keeping baseless rumors from forming, i’ll post a few points about the skates that should dispel what seem to be already-popular rumors.complaints.

Please note that i have had the prototype pair that Brent was skating in my hands, taken them apart, examined all the parts, tried them on, and talked to the Razors rep in depth about them.

Pay attention, and please attempt to use your brain when responding.

1. The skates will be coming out in the spring. i do not know what colors they will be, what liners, wheels, and frames they will have, or the street price. i would assume that they’ll probably be a fairly “safe” color, have a Jug liner, GC’s, and Razors wheels- possibly Mindgame- and retail around $300, like most pro skates.

2. the lasting (shape of the inside of the shell) is based directly off of the older razors (”cult” style shell), because most everyone, especially those on the team, felt they fit perfect. that’s why the shape of the shell looks so much like the Cult shell, but i assure you it’s an entirely new mold. they are not a raised-heel design (no shock pad) like the classic cults, however, they will have a nice fat shock pad like a salomon or genesys.

3. the cuffs are going to be new, probably not radically different than the existing razors cuffs, but they’re not done yet so Brent had the present cuffs on the proto’s.

4. the soul system is radically different than anything seen before, and will offer the lowest center of gravity of any UFS skate. as i said in the vidcast, they clip on from the sides. i’m not allowed to tell you anything more, nor do i want to- you’re all just going to have to suffer a few more months of not knowing Smile

5. shell sizing is the same as the Cults- 6/7, 8/9, 10/11, 12/13. somehow a rumor has already circulated that there will be single-sized shells- unfortunately this is not true. seven or eight sizes of boot and soulplate molds would be millions of dollars, and unfortunately rolling isn’t big enough for razors to sell enough skates to be able to afford single-sized shells.

6. they were originally intended for holiday release but Razors is still perfecting a few things so they’ve been pushed back to spring. dry your tears, spring will be here before you know it.

7. about the “shiny” appearance of the shell- the cosmetic aspects of the shell have not really been worked on yet, just the fit/structural aspects. rest assured they will not be shiny, and they will look dope.

Source : the image comes from an edit by Daniel Kinney (done for Rolling Revival) taken at the Steel Valley Meltdown 2006. Check a video and the results of the contest here, another video edit here .

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