Cletus Kuhn is the creator of Oysi Inline skates Chassis. in 1988 when Cletus for his first pair of skates, some quad skates, he was far from thinking of having his own skate brand one day.
But that day came. Cletus works as a mechanical engineer, and his passions for designing resulted in a very unique products which is having really good feed back from the aggressive skaters out there, but why? Listen to this 78 minutes skate talk and get most of your answers about the OYSI chassis, answered by Cletus himself. PLAY.
Cletus Kuhn of Oysi Frames is with me on this episode. Sometimes in life you don’t have what you want or wish you had so you take matters into your own hands, having a background in engineering definitely helps a little bit. We get real blade technical on this one. Straight outta Albuquerque, now in LA here is Cletus Kuhn.
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I haven’t been this excited about a new skate product in years. The Oysi (aka Oysius) frames feature a wide split, built in rocker and a groove to prevent wheel bite. They’re a dream come true, or are they?
I tried them out in the neighborhood then took them to the Durham skate park to see how they hold up. - Lawrence Ingraham.
Play: Part 01 | Part 02. Equipment used: Seba Wizard boot with intuition liners, Oysi Frames, 66.5mm Kryptonics wheels, 57mm Face wheels, Canon C100. Visit Mushroomblading.com.
Equipment used: Seba Wizard boot with intuition liners, Oysi Frames, 66.5mm Kryptonics wheels, 57mm Face wheels, Canon C100.