Nick Lomax and Theo Chouz unbox the brand new LOMAX PRO ZOOM and take it for a test drive around sunny Bcn.
Powerslide Zoom Lomax 110 skates - Speaking Specs
“I am very excited to finally show you all my new Pro Zoom from Powerslide! It been a long time that I’ve wanted a pro-big wheel skate and it’s finally here! Picking a Zoom shell was an easy choice, its contours and shape fit my foot like a glove. I also chose the Elite casted frames, Wicked bearings, and 110’s as I love nothing more than flying around my city as fast as I can. Thank you to Powerslide and all my supporters for this opportunity!" - Nick Lomax.
Powerslide Zoom Lomax 110 skates - Speaking Specs - 908373 - Product page on Powerslide.com.
Filmed in Barcelona, Spain, 15-22 May 2021. Starring:
Sacha Miguel López &
Nick Lomax - USD Aeon 72 XXI Promo Edit.
Previously: Usd Aeon 72 XXI - Rolling Review With Eugen Enin (2021).
The Aeon 72 XXI skate is the modern classic of aggressive street skating. USD took it right back to the drawing board with the design of this skate, shattering all expectations and dismissing the UFS frame system, completely reworking our understanding of an aggressive skate and bringing the design back to basics.
The unibody concept defines this unique design, creating the lowest, lightest skate possible with unparalleled energy transfer in every stride. One step back, two steps forward. With a single-piece construction, the weight is drastically reduced whilst the strength of the boot is immensely increased, you’ll never snap another frame again. The unibody concept allows for the widest H-block split possible, making this the best flat set up skate ever created, keeping you safe from wheel bite on all H-block tricks.
The Aeon 72 allows you to ride a full flat set up of 72mm wheels and comes with the new USD Team wheels, which are fast and long-lasting. The skate is completed with the dual-fit MYFIT liners. The stretchy neoprene toes allow for 2 sizes to be catered to with a single liner, giving perfect comfort and support in every session. The new WCD ABEC 9 bearings make this skate now even faster and the new soft top for the lacing even better looking.
The infamous ledges at Parc del Fòrum in Barcelona, Spain. Featuring Leon Humphries, Mike Welland, Chris Farmer, Si Coburn, Eric Perkett, Mark Chivers, Erik Bailey, Jeff Stockwell, Jochen Smuda, Cosimo Tassone, Nick Lomax, Allan Beaulieu, Spartak Alemasov, Clement Milot, Beat Schillmeier, George Holmquist, Nicolas Auroux, […]
[…] Antony Pottier, Kirill Galushko, Dominik Wagner, Dmitriy Tipikin, Roman Abrate, Josh Glowicki, Billy O’Neill, Jeff Dalnas, Dano Gorman, Xavi Eguino, Mathias Silhan, Gabriel Hyden, Jon Julio, Will Gordon, Brenton Wheeler, Marc Moreno, Alex Broskow, Albert Hooi, Eugen Enin, Erik Bailey, Julian Bah, Cameron Card, Stephan De Freitas, Nils Jansons, Stefan Horngacher, Diego Guilloud, Cyril Daniel & more.
A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).
In this episode Nick Lomax visits a pretty unique carpark which can be used as a “skatepark” too. You might think, it’s pretty unusual to find something like this, but in Barcelona it’s normal, since the city has a lot of unique architecture that can be skated.
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.
When USD decides to design a new skate, you can be sure it will be a game changer. Once the decision to create a new aggressive inline skate had been made, we had to be sure that it would stand out from the crowd. We decided to break the rules that have been abided by for the past 14 years, and think outside the box – why does a skate need so much hardware? Is UFS really the best solution?
For USD, the Aeon would be about performance, the key word in the creative project. We designed an affordable, high performance skate that combines the boot and soulplate (unibody), minimizing hardware and moving you closer to the ground, enabling perfect control while at the same time maximizing the possibilities of larger wheel use with all the benefits of this new, low center of gravity.
You heard right. This skate is not UFS Compatible. Are we crazy? Consider this: UFS was invented as a standard mounting system many years ago and is optimized for a maximum wheel size of 60mm. But since its creation, larger wheels such as 72mm have become popular again, a wheel size that reminds us of the popularity of OG blading roots, allowing better roll while enabling great control and space to grind.
We are proud to announce that with our new unibody design our boot is actually lower with 61mm wheels than many other skates that use 58 or 55mm wheels. Remember when USD made the first ever carbon skate for aggressive skaters? We took a risk, and revolutionized the skate industry, and now we’re doing it again. The USD Aeon has been designed from scratch to be affordable while being perfect right out of the box. If you’re worried about not being able to change the frames, complete unibody shells including soulplate and frames will of course be available straight away.
The USD Aeon Skate is therefore a one piece, lightweight and comfortable skate with the lowest profile ever made, allowing for a whole new level of advance performance for street skaters worldwide.
The rebirth of the hardboot
- Unibody construction with lightweight one-piece shell, soulplate and frame.
- 60mm flat frame: counter-sunk wheel cut outs for lowest profile possible, internal reinforcements for increased rigidity, side sliders, 256mm wheel base (size 41 EU), 78mm groove width (size 41 EU), metal spacers.
- Aeon soulplate: perfectly shaped groove, reduced friction due to offset soul sliders, same width plates for controlled cess slides, optimized plate-frame angle.
- replaceable 45° Velcro Power strap
- 2-way rockerable V-Cuff
- Aeon Shock Absorber
- MYFIT Dual Fit Skinny Boy liner: 100% heat mouldable, adjustable, anatomical ankle padding with perfect heel lock, thin & stretchable front part, comfortable thick padded ankle part, laceable top part.
- USD Aeon wheels: 61mm, 90A SHR, flat profile.
- WCD Abec 7 bearings: 7 Freespin chrome steel balls, 2RZ rubber coating, synthetic oil.
We spent two weeks in Barcelona last year visiting Nick Lomax. I had originally planned to shoot a section with Nick and get clips with Dano Gorman for his upcoming section. Instead of shooting a section with Nick we decided it would be better to make an Aeon edit with all the USD guys. - Albert Hooi.
Skating by Nick Lomax, Albert Hooi, Dano Gorman, Sam Crofts and Danny Aldridge. Directed by Albert Hooi. Edited by Albert Hooi. Main Camera: Albert Hooi. Additional Camera: Mathias von Gostomski, Dano Gorman, Nick Lomax. Music: Flying Lotus - $tunt$ / Vince Staples - BagBak. Video on Youtube
Lee Devereux x Nick Lomax - USD Aeon 60 Team skates. Enjoy this edit of long time USD mate Lee Devereux & Nick Lomax killing those Barcelona street spots as usual, both on USD Aeon 60 skates.
Nick Lomax, Back at it cruising BCN with Rui Vieira And Mario!