Promo Speech: The Sliders are the new Antirocker wheels from Kizer. Injected from the longest-lasting, most durable, and fastest material available. The Sliders feature a unique shape that makes wheel bites almost impossible. Made by injection molding carbon-fiber-reinforced nylon, these Sliders are made for one purpose only: grinding. They are available in 3 different sizes, 49mm, 47mm, and 45mm.
Introducing the new UC Pro - Round Profile wheels from Undercover, designed for street skaters who want the perfect balance of speed, maneuverability, and style. As pro skater Eugen Enin says, “The Undercover 58mm round radius is my weapon of choice, which works perfectly for me in 90A” […].
Camera & Cut by Daniel Enin.
Wheel design inspired by the Alien Movie Saga.
Promo Speech: The KIZER Fluid IV Superfluid may be the best anti-rocker frame on the aggressive skating market. Designed to be the ultimate aggressive frame for grinds of all kinds, the frame is lightweight, super-strong, and slides on all types of surfaces - from rails to coping to marble, to rough concrete ledges, the all-new Superfluid material can withstand lots of abuse while sliding perfectly on all materials and obstacles. To improve control, the KIZER Fluid IV Superfluid has a unique groove shape that leads directly towards the anti-rocker wheel, resulting in perfect lock-on and fast, smooth slides. This lightweight frame accepts up to 60mm wheels on the outside of the frame and standard anti-rocker wheels on the inside positions providing maximum rolling speed and the lowest possible height to improve balance and stability. To match your foot size, the KIZER Fluid IV comes in three different lengths. The frame includes double steel axles & aluminum frame spacers to ensure your wheels spin faster and last longer. The Fluid family of frames has been a favorite anti-rocker frame of aggressive skaters for years and the KIZER Fluid IV improves on what is already a superb collection of frames. Try it for yourself.
Eugen and Danny Enin always wanted to visit Copenhagen again and thought it might be a good idea to use that opportunity to film his Pro Skate Promo there. 8 days of full street madness later they created a high end super tech piece.
Promo Speech: “Using Shadows is actually like coming full circle for my skating since Xsjado was such a huge part of my Childhood. They were the first skates I started to skate Street in, I did my first handrail in them, I learned all the tech-dance switch-ups that I’m now known for - it all started with Xsjado skates. And now all these years later I can use them from a totally different perspective and do moves I would have never imagined back then. It feels nostalgic and refreshing at the same time to be back on my USD Shadows. This Model features several major updates like the riveted Velcro on the cuff and liner which when combined with the re-released heel shock absorbers creates a perfect fitting foot position and eliminates heel lift. The walkable eclipse liner features the new super comfy PU-cast tongue and a very durable and stretchable ripstop black mesh as the upper material. This new model designed for my pro skate has got a newly shaped ankle flap that 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.3 embossed on it. I chose the Shadow 1.0 cuff because I prefer its stability. The skate comes with KIZER Fluid V Frames and 60mm 88a USD UHR Wheels. So all in all some major updates to the previous USD Shadow models. For the second edition of my Shadow Pro Skates, I chose a more iconic and traditional Xsjado inspired colorway with some dark greenish and orange details.” - Text by Eugen Enin.
USD Team @ Abriss, Berlin (Germany) 2022. Eugen Enin, Michael Witzemann and Sven Ischen were at the Abriss Berlin 2022! As this years street jam didn’t follow the concept of a classic competition, there wasn’t a podium or prize money to win. The boys still had fun and managed to lace some cool tricks! Camera & Cut by Daniel Daniel Enin.
Concept of the contest: This year, the Saturday street jam at Abriss did not follow the concept of a classic competition. You know the deal: 3-4 spots and a glorious winner at the end of the day. We want to do things differently: no podium and no prize money to win at Abriss 7 but a lot of awards given out during the week, instead.
We do this, because we want to create an event, that is oriented towards participating, rather than sitting down to watch others skate. We do this, because after a 2-year-break, we didn’t feel like continuing as if nothing ever happened – or keeps on happening and because it’s a hustle to raise prize money. This is an experiment, and we can’t fin wait to reunite and see how it turns out.! […]