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Slalom Cone Skating Forum Discussions about slalom cone skating, high-jump, and other freestyle trick skating. (Note that vert, street, and park skating discussions should be posted in our aggressive skating forum.)

 
 
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Old March 19th, 2016, 12:00 AM   #1
rssole
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Default Seba iGoR vs Trix vs ???

Hi everyone (I am posting this question in this sub-forum because, here, I 've found
similar question asked).
Well, without too much yada yada, here is what
lead me to join this forum (others will follow later ).

So far I was skating on many different skates but right now I am
wearing out second pair of Rollerblade Twisters. Those served me perfectly
and I learned a lot on them as well as couple of tricks. I am not pro and I am not
willing to compete but I am aiming to skate like one and to learn harder tricks.
Long story short: I am looking for a new pair of "more serious" skates.

Now, by googling an checking out forums like this one, I came up to Seba
skates and at first sight I like them but I am not really aware of all characteristics
which would lead me to choice. But I do know what I need:

1. As those are expensive (but good quality comes with price),
I'd like to get model which could last for couple of seasons. I am aware they can't last forever,
but I am not really willing to buy them this season and then to have to consider replacement at the end of the next one.
I skate quite often so I'd probably need stiffer one.

2. Somewhat confronting with previous, I'd also like something light as the primary
downside of my twisters is their weight (but on the other side they are rock solid).
So balance between stiffness/weight is important.

3. Purpose: learning and practicing tricks, then trying out slalom, then fitness skating

As far as I could understand, those are coming with integrated or replaceable liner,
but I'd go with integrated as it leads to better control.

That was long I know, I hope someone will have enough patience to read and help me
choosing.

Thanks in advance
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