2015/2016 Seba FRX80 and FRX84 Inline Skates Review

The Seba FRX80 and FRX84 Urban Freestyle skates are based on the popular Seba FR1 model and has the same shell and liner, but with a standard aluminum frame. It has a wider opening where the laces are for comfort and ease to get on and off. Great for urban, rink or recreational skating. The FRX84 is sturdy, stable, affordable and will help you nail down some new moves. Comes with Seba Street Invader wheels, outfitted with ILQ5 bearings for a fast and smooth roll on any road surface.

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FRX80 – http://www.inlinewarehouse.com/descpage-X803.html?ctype=fitness

FRX84 – http://www.inlinewarehouse.com/descpage-FRX84.html?ctype=fitness

Comments

Blain Jones says:

Can these be used at a rink?

Ricky Park says:

I’m thinking about buying seba skates at your website. But which skates would be better? The frx 80 or the fr2 80?

Wavy Vaporizers says:

So which one do I buy?
maxxum 84/90 or rollerblade rb80?

faridjabba says:

both frx and fr1 have the same liner and boot?

SnooperMan22 says:

i would like to put the frames under my ufs agressive boots.

is this frame ufs?

thanks

Hayden Pollard says:

i have lived with these skates for a couple of months now and honestly most of what is said in this video is true but, the liner itself, rubs on your skin if you dont have high enough socks, after a while the buckle starts to weaken but doesnt affect performance at all. it is a secure fit below the ankle but doesnt rub below the ankle. the 84a hardness wheels that come with them are really good for general outside skating but if you are planning on taking these skates indoors on a wooden surface, then i recommend that you source some softer wheels as the 84a’s, ive noticed, slide a bit when doing sharp turns on this kind of surface. the skates themselves are very good very durable and are good for rough surfaces. as an added note, the buckle and velcro strap are secure enough that you dont necessarily need to have the laces in.

Caprieye789 says:

How much does the separate break cost?

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