Krystian Zarzeczny (Poland) shredding the Skate Arena Skatepark.
Don’t underestimate the USD Sway 60 XXI. Once considered an entry-level aggressive inline skate, the newly designed Sway with a sleek minimalist style is a capable, durable aggressive skate you can count on. An inline skate doesn’t have to be complicated to be effective. The USD Sway 60 XXI has a minimalist, reliable hard boot that’s designed to take on even the most demanding conditions. Complemented with a supportive cuff, comfortable liner, and a shock absorber that will help you land big grinds and even bigger grinds with confidence. Whether you’re just getting into aggressive inline skating, or you’re a veteran skater looking for a capable, durable skate that can take a beating, the USD Sway 60 XXI is an excellent option. It comes with the proven KIZER Fluid V frame that’s designed for flat setups, giving you plenty of speed and stability, while incorporating a large central grind area that’s perfect for flat setups. Rolling on long-lasting USD 60mm wheels and WICKED ABEC 7 bearings, there’s a lot to love about the USD Sway 60 XXI aggressive skate.
Enjoy 9 minutes of skating by our beloved European USD Skates team in this full release USD Europe online video! All the best skating from Germany, Austria, Poland, Netherlands, France, Ireland, the UK, Sweden & Spain.
Featuring: Eugen Enin, Sven Ischen, Michael Witzemann, Tomek Przybylik, Piotr Combrzyński, Jaro Frijn, Roman Abrate, Albert Hooi, Dano Gorman, Matty Vella, Sam Crofts, Jeremy Melique, Axel Bihagen, Carlos Bernal, Mery Muñoz, Xavi Eguino and Nick Lomax. Shot by the pals, cut by Daniel Enin.
Patrycja Najda from Poland with her USD Street Edit from 2020!
Tomek Przybylik got his feet in a first pair of USD Aeon 80 skates and took them for a ride at SkateInPark in Poland. A beyond fast rolling setup combined with Tomo´s FlicFlac-park skills, bravo!
Chorzow, Poland - September 9, 2017. Filmed by Przemek Madej and Adam Olejniczak. Edited by Przemek Madej.
Music: House Of Pain - Runnin’ Up On Ya.
- Tomek Przybylik
- Krystian Zarzeczny
- Piotrek Combrzynski
- Bruno Matys
- Jakub Homa
- Kajetan Lis
- Patrycja Najda
- Piotr Gbyl
- Kacper Wieczorek
Bladecross junior: Kajetan Lis.
Bladecross senior: Mateusz Stepnikowski.
This Skate comes with several key updates to the previous models, creating a new take on this classic design, perfect for a modern pro like Eugen Enin. “To update the timeless Xsjado design for my USD Shadow pro skate we added riveted velcro on the cuff and liner which when combined with the re-released heel shock absorbers creates a perfectly ergonomic foot position whilst eliminating heel lift.
The walkable eclipse liner features the new super comfy PU casted tongue and a very durable and stretchable ripstop black mesh as the upper material. This latest model designed for my pro skate has got a new reshaped ankle flap which connects to the toe strap, creating a tighter and more stable fit. We included some additional flex line stitching to ensure flexibility for that area and my name is printed from top to bottom on it. The top strap is made out of a polyester ‘seat belt’ webbing which is super durable and has EE.2 embossed on it. I chose the Shadow 1.0 cuff because I prefer it’s stability. The skate comes with some Fluid 5 Frames and a full flat set up of 60mm 88a USD UHR (Ultra High Rebound) Wheels. So all in all some major updates to the previous USD Shadow models”. - Eugen Enin.