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Razors is proud to release the first pro skate of one of our most popular riders on the team: Stefan Horn Horngacher. His first pro skate is also the world premiere for Ground Control’s Formula 1 XS frame.
Highlight of the frame is a wider split which provides significantly more grinding area even with a 4 wheels flat set up. Also, the axle bolts are deeper recessed and the H-block area is thicker giving the frame even more strength and durability. The maximum wheel size is 60 mm (outside) or 56 mm if riding 4 wheels flat.
The baseless boot design provides a super close contact to the ground and is much more responsive than traditional skates. The replaceable backslide plate is perfectly grooved and aligned with the groove of the frame.
The Horn skate comes with a new Razors liner with oversized padding and articulated ankle shape which looks your heel in like a vice. It also features Horns signature wheels and ABEC 7 bearings.
- White SL boot with black cuff and gold accents
- New GC F1 XS frame
- High density boot material for long lasting support
- Baseless boot design for responsiveness and perfect control
- Replaceable, pre-grooved backslide plate
- Razors Horn liner
- Horn 56 mm/90A wheels
- ABEC 7 bearings
Ground Control Formula1 XS Frame
Based on the popular Formula 1 frame, Ground Control’s new F1 XS frame features an extra wide split, deeper recessed axle bolts and a thicker H-block; 15 mm wider than the split found on the traditional F1 frame.
The maximum wheel size is 60 mm (outside) and/or 56 mm if riding 4 wheels flat.
It also comes with the smaller axle bolt heads of the FLT2 frames resulting in increased material around the axels for even more durability. The frame will premiere on GC Pro Rider, Stefan Horngacher’s Pro Skate.
- Extra wide split
- Deeper recessed axle bolts
- Super thick center groove
- Additional material around axles
- Maximum wheel size outside 60 mm
- Maximum wheel size flat 56 mm
Some clips Edwin Wieringh collected over the past months with his own camera (except for the last part wich is Living Proof footage).
Filmed by Samantha Westerwaal, Cavin B, Leon Benjamins & Axel van Dijk.
Photo (right): Wes Driver.
About Steal this Video (2002): Jan Welch teamed up with Razors Skates to produce their first Amateur Team video.
Everyone knows that Razors has had one of the best Amateur Teams in our sport and this video showcased their talent. This video has full profiles on Colin Kelso, Micah Yeager, Tory Treseder, Charles Dunkle, Jeff Stockwell, Jason Howard, Sean Kelso, Damien Wilson and features a shared section between Mike French, Eric Perkett, Dustin Jones and Tory Treseder.
This video was filmed on location in San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Humbolt County, Philadelphia, New York City, Tokyo, Osaka, as well as covering 14 states during the Razor Blitz Tour.
Diego Luppi: USD, Fenfanix, LSNR Crew Tattoo
Blade or Die Tattoo
Vibralux Tour, Day 41 (2010).
Rainy day in Manhattan brings about 6 tattoos and a new friend. thanks Jeff for the hookup, and don’t forget to blade or die (via).
Dave Paine: Videogroove Tattoo
Photo: Freestyle Culture.
Adam Johnson, Razors Tattoo.
Beau Cottington presents the Razors team in his second team video for them. Masterful filming and soundtrack selection paired with the unstoppable force that is the Razors team makes for an excellent video.
Skating from all of the Razors team members including Brian Shima, Mike Johnson, Jon Elliot, Micah Yeager, Dustin Halleran, Robert Lievanos, Dre Powell, Charles Dunkle, and the entire national team, as well as part of the european team (via).
Song: Velvet Underground – Can’t Take it Anymore. Thanks Dist46.
It’s been 5 years since Micah Yeager quit his sponsors and stopped skating. After years of bugging him to come out and skate, I’m happy to say he’s finally back skating hard again.
Ian Freunscht – Razors Flow | San Antonio, TX
Old + new footage. Chopped by Anthony Medina. Song: Big Boi – General Patton.
Tom Coley-Sowry | Razors Flow, Australia
Unreleased footage from the last couple of years. Filmed and edited by Andy Plumridge.