Posts Tagged ‘usd throne’
Spotted on the Roller Warehouse, Summer & Fall 2013 Catalogue.
Out Now (larger picture). Thanks Oli Benet.
Limited edition out now | The Conference Related Post.
Available on pre-order. These skates will be in stores from the 28th of June.
The Classic Throne may well be the longest running and most loved skate in aggressive inline. The Classic Throne continues to be the most emblamatic skate from USD, and arguably the best feeling skate on the grind available on the market. Fast soulplates, perfect support and the best customizing options available combine to make it the skate many rollers swear by.
The All Star Throne 2012 comes with exciting new parts including the brand new Phoenix liner which has been especially designed to maximise comfort and space within the shell. The brand new Kizer Fluid IV Frame is also included, meaning that when you purchase this skate you are also getting some of the most exciting products available on the market.
In shops early August.
Nick Lomax has made his impact on rolling.
After travelling around Europe and USA Nick has left noone in doubt that he is one of the worlds best skaters. He has his own style, his own personality and his own signature tricks – The perfect attributes for a Pro skater, and subsequently a Pro skate.
The highest honour at USD is a Classic Throne Pro model, but not only has Lomax earned this with flying colours, he is also the first ever European skater to recieve such an honour.
Nick combined with artist Russell Meehan and the help of Tom Ashmore to create an original setup combining blue/grey and white and some great UK artwork with details of his hometown, Manchester.
The skates include Sifika Chicago liners, UC prowheels and Kizer Fluid Frames. All parts used on this skate are of the highest quality, meaning you really have one of the most powerful Throne skates ever made (via).
Spotted @ Nass 2010. Photos by Lil Ben.
USD Coup de Tat Prototypes
USD Nick Lomax
USD Evo 2010 UFS Thrones
More Pictures on the forums, and Iah is selling them, brand new oO’