Seba FR1 2016 Review (honest and detailed review)

Seba FR1 detailed review based on own experience.
After having this skates for almost 4 months, I finally made a very detailed review with all pros and cons. I’m very happy with these scates even after skating 1000+ km on them.
★★★★★★★☆☆☆ – Speed
★★★★★★★★★☆ – Control & Maneuvrability
★★★★★★★★☆☆ – Endurance
★★★★★★★☆☆☆ – Appearance
★★★★★★★★★★ – Comfort
★★★★★★★★★☆ – Liner
★★★★★★★★★☆ – Quality
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Comments

Simon F says:

hi again, I have had my Seba fr1 310 for about a month now and used them for only about 5 miles gentle skating.  I have found the liner is experiencing premature wear in the ankle areas and more specifically where the liner touches the cuff bolts.  This abrasion is wearing away the mesh top layer of the liner and is now scraping the foam lining itself. Is this what you have experienced as you mention wear and tear on the liner in the video?  Your feedback would be most welcome. Thanks

James Mackey City Skater says:

How are the rollerblade socks? Are they worth it?

Johnny Tran says:

Can anybody what specific BRAKES are meant for the FR1 2016 ?!?

Alex Glikman says:

возьми себа хай лайты и пойми что фрки это явно не топ.

Martin Wood says:

As a older beginner skater the seba f1 110mm were so comfortable, i tried my 4wheel frame from my very uncomfortable maxxum 84 . horrible! iam stuck with the big Seba’s now ! as a newbie i did a marathon in them !

faridjabba says:

wow. prety cool city to skate. perfect roads.where is it? yea. seba fr1 rules

Simon F says:

Hi, thanks for this video – very informative.  I have just bought a pair of Powerslide Swell 110 for leisure and fitness skating and although I love the way they look (who doesn’t – they look like stormtrooper skates!), I am not finding them very comfortable even during a short test in the house.  I feel cramp under my feet and my inside ankle bones on both feet are sore from the constant pressure. The Swell are very padded so I am confused about this. I read a lot about the comfort of these Sebas and I refer to your comments in the video about the pressure and pain on your ankles too using the PS Imperials.  I just wonder if switching to Seba will mean I feel more comfort compared to PS skates.
I will return the Swells and I am seriously thinking about these Sebas with the 310 version.  My ankles were cherry red and bloody sore after 20 minutes in the Swells!
In your experience will switching to these Sebas eliminate ankle pressure and foot cramp problems for me compared to the PS?  When you look at the hard shell boot of the Sebas they don’t give the impression of comfort.  Whereas the PS Swells look like a comfy pair of slippers!  Looks can deceive!  I welcome your feedback. Cheers

Vit Adamek says:

Great informative review man, well done!

Arturo Herrera says:

Dude, that backpack you are using at the beginning of the video is exactly what I’m looking for. Can you tell me the model, please?

Cool One says:

I appreciate your experience. I don’t buy the Seba “hype” that the 2016 liners and frames are “very much better” 1:50 minutes you mention this in your review, so I mention it here; you are obviously quoting Seba since you didn’t own the 2015 model). I own two Seba 2105 FR1s, and they cause me no pain at all and the frames are lightweight, rigid, and haven’t broken despite my abuse; how can the new ones be “better”? Often new things are less expensive for the manufacturer, rather than better for us users. They’ll never tell us they were “cheaper” for them, they have to say “improved”, “better”, etc. It’s all hype. I agree with you, I wouldn’t want any other skate brand. Seba is soooo good. Thanks for sharing.

Justin Galle says:

Thanks for the review. I also watched the Megacruiser review you did, which made me think twice about buying those. I’m thinking of getting the Sebas with the 110 or 125 wheel setups primarily for cardio workouts. I might use them for jumps and slides, but mainly when it’s necessary to get over obstacles, not for a ton of tricks. Would you say they’re good for long rides on both the streets and trails? Any downsides to using them for fitness?

Martin Wood says:

Thank you! very honest appraisal!

Jose F. Hernandez says:

Are these 165 mount or ufs?

Christine Z says:

Hi, how is fit? True to size or need to size up?

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