What’s up y’all. I’m back, well kinda… I actually filmed this review 2 years ago, however life just seemed to get busier and busier as time went on, and I never had the chance to properly edit it together until now. I still feel the same way about everything I discuss in the video, so I felt it was still very relevant to share - if not more so now, as I’ve had another 2 years of skating Symetrics frames, and have only come to love them more and more! - Robert Kellett.
Symetrics brand is a sister company founded by Adapt brand owners Olga Bouwhuis and Pieter Wijnant. The first Symetrics product we made was the symmetrical soulplate that comes along with Adapt skates. We have come a long way since our first product and now offer a wide range of frames, soulplates, wheels, bearings and goodies. Visit Symetricsbrand.com.
Up: Robert Kellett for Symetrics.
I bought a set of Famus Wheels to get some more speed for the Ramps I was riding with Nitro Circus. Do they live up to the hype? - Chris Haffey.
A close look at the new FR Skates Antony Pottier Pro Street Skates. We analyse both how they skate and the spec/ build of the skate. Featuring Jake Eley, Harry Abel and Gaston Demoratti from Locoskates.
Sean Keane breaks down the specifics of his new pro model skate.
For 2021, USD made a really good thing even better. Say hello to the AEON Basic 60 XXI, a versatile aggressive skate that gives you all the tools to bring your skate game to the next level. Designed with a durable hard boot unibody that incorporates the boot and frame into a single piece, giving you a low center of gravity that provides excellent control and stability. We listen to skaters and appreciate their feedback. We heard you loud and clear when designing the USD AEON Basic 60 XXI; it comes with a new thicker shock absorber and a taller cuff that is also height adjustable. With a huge central grind area between the 2nd and 3rd wheel and a fast, wide soul plate, the AEON Basic 60 XXI is meant for big, long grinds and pushing the limits of what’s possible on aggressive skates. Riding on new USD 61mm wheels with an improved core and WICKED ABEC 9 bearings, this impressive aggressive skate gives you comfort, support, durability, and performance right out of the box.
So I got to spend a good bit of time on the Trigger Jeff Dalnas Pro Boot, they are shaping up to be pretty good. Now there are some issues with them that I lightly touched on, but I will go over those in depth later on. I just wanted to give you all a little insight into how these are feeling after about a few hours in these boots.
If you are getting foot pain you may just need to struggle through it until the padding breaks in. So just stick with them. they are solid grinding skates and feel really nicely balanced. I hope that you guys have a good experience with these skates. I will post a more about them soon. - Vintage Roller (Youtube).
Sam Crofts skates the new USD Sway 60 XXI in the Mile End Skatepark in East London and talks about the new features the skate has!
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.
Talking about my pair of Seba CJ2 Prime skate that I skate since 1 year now. - Sascha Reichert.
Previously: Coco Sanchez reviews the Seba Cj Wellsmore 2 Carbon Skates (2021).