March 2009 Repost.
March 2009 Repost.
Featuring Steven Tat, Jon Fromm, Korey Waikiki, Courtney Cain, Chris Calkins, Joey Ihara, Alex Burston & Ryan Timms.
Featuring Dre Powell, Micah Yeager, Robert Lievanos, Omar Wysong, Brian Shima, Jeff Stockwell, Dominik Wagner, Ben Harmanus, Sam Davis, Leon Humphries, Eric Perkett, Mike Albritton, Sandro Brun, Jona Messerli, Mike Johnson, Jon Elliott and more.
Soundtrack Listing (courtesy of Rollingvideos)
Razors G9 turquoise comes with GC’s proven Featherlite 2 frames, Razors liners with oversized padding, replaceable soul frames and backslide plates with pre-shaped groove which lines up perfectly with the groove of the frame.
It also features a replaceable soul frame, large heel bad for shock absorption, 56/90A Razors wheels and a multi-purpose Razors tool with 4 and 3 mm allen wrenches and bearing pusher. The G9 does not require any break-in time and is ready to use out of the box.
Quoting Max Manning:
Over the summer while working on the Ground Control project as well as filming for the Razors AM Video, I had the chance to link up and film some of the most wicked upcoming skaters around the globe.
Here just a small collection of some clips that I got to keep outside of the filming done for 2 videos in one hectic summer filming schedule. Without a doubt one of the best years I’ve had in a long time and I am looking forward to what the 2012 horizon brings to rollerblading.
Featuring Steven Tat, Dave Lang, Cory Pass, Dre Powell, Danny Malm, Tom Coley-Sowry, Alex Wick, Brian Aragon, Chris Couture, Gil Nichols, Russel Day, Iain Mcleod. Filmed & edited by Celerity.
Song: Notorious BIG – Party n Bullshit, RATATAT Remix (mixtape free download).
The Razors G7.4 is the latest sequel of the popular Genesys skates series. It comes a perfectly pre-grooved backslide plate which is perfectly aligned with the groove of the frame and does not require any break-in time. It fits tightly into the boot providing more control and direct contact in boot tricks.
The Genesys liner features solid padding, an articulated ankle shape and tongue attachment to prevent shifting and moving. GC’s legendary Featherlite 2 frame is literally indestructible, superlight and slides like butter. It comes with 42 mm anti-rocker wheels with aluminum spacers to allow just enough spin to roll over bumps and stairs.
Razors high performance team wheel perfectly complements the quality of the skate.
Also included is a free multi-purpose Razors tool with 4 and 3 mm allen wrenches and bearing pusher.
- GC FLT2 frame
– Genesys liner with extra thick padding
– Replaceable Soul frame
– Replaceable backslide plate
– Perfectly aligned backslide plate groove
– Oversized heel pad
– 42 mm anti-rocker wheels
– Razors tool
– ABEC 5 bearings
– Razor 56mm/90A wheels
Sizes: 6-14, plus size 10.5 ; G7.4 complete 199.00 ; Boot-only 169.90.
NEW: Photos & Informations updated.
Official release of Razors Dre Powell’s 2nd Pro Model. Watch while Dre Powell and Brian Aragon put the skates to the test. Surprise rider at the end, keep an eye out.
Following tradition Dre Powell choose a soft boot design also for his second pro skate. He completely redesigned the skin, chose suede leather and made it an integral part of the boot. The result is a clean look, minimal added weight and long durability.
The first thing you will notice is a deep and solid sound when landing, which is due to a new shock and sound absorber in between the soul and the boot. Other new features are a new buckle receiver, pre-stretched waxed laces and a Jug liner specifically designed for Dre.
The Dre 2 comes with the SL cuff which provides ultimate support and perfect flex and is loaded with branded parts such as GC’s Formula 1 XS frames and BHC wheels.
This video showcases the full Argentinian Team cruising all over Buenos Aires. Featuring Beto Ortiz, Tincho Crespo, Nico Crespo, Francisco March, and Nenu Gutierrez.
Badass skating from all the guys. Francisco March (Urban Rolling) says he’s got plenty more where this came from, so keep an eye out (via)!
April 2nd, 2008 Repost.
quoting Adam Johnson (2009):
Don Bambrick and I filmed this in attempt to make him jump from flow to pro. Andy Wegener told him after the Accidental Machines premiere that if he kept up doing those big gaps there could be a spot for him on Razors.
1.5 years later Don leads the polls for the next Razors pro skate and hasn’t showed any signs of slowing down. His pro Street Artist wheels, that’s right 2, drop in 4 weeks.
Youtube Mirror (no sound).
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