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Old September 4th, 2015, 09:40 AM   #1
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Default Difference between Seba KSJ and WFSC?


Sinds the new Seba 2015 editions came out and especially the Seba 10 series, I've been trying to find out what's new about them. I currently have Igor 2014 skates, upgraded (in my opinion) with plastic Seba High cuffs, for more flexibility and better looks.

The KSJ en WFSC skates have always intrigued me. I wish I could try them on I have a few questions about these skates...

- What's the difference between the latest KSJ boot and the latest WFSC boot? I know they use different colors and the KSJ comes with a flat deluxe frame (which is a total downgrade for a freestyle skate, in my opinion) and the WFSC comes with a deluxe rockered frame. But what about the performance and build of the boot? Is one more comfortable or flexible than the other?

- The 2015 KSJ is silver, is it only a difference in color or is the material upgraded, made more comfortable, made more/less flexible as well?

- How would you compare a Trix/KSJ/WFSC with an Igor in terms of performance and feeling?
My Pro Skates:
- Seba CJ Wellsmore model 2014 with blue color kit
- Seba iGoR model 2014 with blue/yellow color kit
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Old September 6th, 2015, 11:23 AM   #2
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i read somewhere ages (careful second second hand information here) ago that there are only very small number of moulds for the boots in the factory.

the ksjs/trix/wfsc probably all come from the same mould. trix has a fiberglass/carbon composite base while ksjs and wfsc are full carbon. weight savings are probably negligible.

to be absolutely brutally honest, i don't think there is that much of a performance difference between the three. competition-wise, all three boots are used in pretty much equal numbers.
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Old September 6th, 2015, 06:17 PM   #3
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To see which boots were sized from similar molds, see the size chart that has the boots separated out into sizing groups.
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