Never heard of it.
Currently using Rollerblade EVO 7.
> Currently using Rollerblade EVO 7.
Its the inner boot and insoles that I wonder about on a 50$ Ultra wheel
> > Dirt cheap.
> > Never heard of it.
> > Currently using Rollerblade EVO 7.
> They look competent...i would hazard a geuss that the Evo's are
> "better" but the differences may be negligible can't tell from a pic
> and bearing specs...they both take 80mm wheels and have alu frames
The price is templting...
Plus, they ususally don't put ABEC 7 bearings on CSA-grade(*) skates. :-)
(*) CSA == Cheapest Shit Available
I'll call the stores to determine availability, try them on and report back.
The photos look like stamped aluminum frames.
Ultra Wheels are known for solid but not cutting edge skates.
They tend to be good quality but may be a little heavy or clunky.
The last "soft" boot designs that I saw from them were almost as stiff
as a hard boot. More like they put a cloth cover over a hard material
to be trendy without actually understanding that it is the flexibility
that people wanted.
Look at the lacing system and how well it can pull the boot to fit your
If you have a problem foot, look at the insoles.
I went to the store to try them on.
ABEC 7 mysteriously turned into ABEC 5.
80mm wheels mysteriously turned into 76mm (80A).
Boot was not comfortable.
Construction of the boot looked and felt cheap.
As they said in the "Gremlins" movie: Gizmo kaka!
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