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43 Responses to “Xsjado 2.0 skate review with Sean Kelso & Chris Farmer”
Poor review, they need to check out the questions of the xsjado users, about the compatibility with 1.0 skate parts, how to choose a perfect size for you, the new cuff, how it work with buckles instead straps, this front strap can be replaced…
Oh my god their selling points are soooo good I feel compelled to buy they right now ;-) Seriously though, I’m really not of fan of xsjado, I’ve never tried them and never felt the need to so I can’t judge them but one thing I really like about the brand is that their approach is absolutely unique. It’s a different concept, they are in their own category and this is way better for our sport that yet another cool looking pair of skates with no innovation. It’s a bit like K2 when the fatty came out or the first Remzs.
Marcus…you are right about answering people questions…but if peoples question are that stupid, why bother?
want my answers maybe? 1.0 skate parts, everything except the soulplate and baseplates and toe straps. unless you plan on using the old souls on the new cuff.
perfect size? what did you use before? if its a new skate for you….pick your actual size and skate them.
new cuff…what do you want to know that’s not been said? its a cuff…there wasn’t one before…so now you have forward flex. there…
the use of buckles instead of straps? are you thinking of maybe another brand of skates?
the front strap could be replaced before too…again what are you talking about?
Try to put yourself in the position of the makers, and marketing guys behind xsjado, getting a million mails a day from kids asking them questions that are so stupid, when they could just READ what has been said about them. or just look at the picture and notice the obvious.
I can’t help but think these guys need speech coaches before going on camera. Is there anyone in the industry who’s halfway intelligent. Not to mention, what good is a review from someone who get’s paid to skate the product they are reviewing? I rather listen to a nobody for a review, that would make more sense.
I just like how Farmer stated that he has been skating the same skate for 7 years. I understand innovation takes time and money. But I wish they would stop marketing products as new and improved when its usually the same as always was. Guess they had that it ain’t broke, so there’s nothing to fix mentality. That being said I am excited about these xsjado skates. The soul plate kind of resembles a carbon soul and the addition of a cuff definitely make me feel like my ankles won’t break if and when I try them.
I skated the first gen xsjado’s they are were cool, but as we all know xsjado’s design has it’s flaws. The 2.0 is what I’ve always wanted to see happen to a xsjado boot. In saying that, it will probably be the next skate I aim for. That’s says a lot to me, as I’m guy who’s skated USD products since the company launch.
You people gotta stop hating on SK. Do you even pay attention to the tricks he’s doing? Id MUCH rather see a 3 neg mistrial or full true-neg misfit on a somewhat short rail than an AO topacid or some other boring trick that has been done countless times on say a 20 stair rail. Grow up.