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Freeline Skates the newest rage in skating

The trusty old jalopy evolved into a sexy convertible, the haggard bike into a racy Harley Davidson. Thus its time to chuck those old roller blades and dump the snowboard and get into the latest groove; namely Freeline Skates. It’s like wearing individual skates on your two feet. Since I have not tried them, I suppose getting the hang of them will take a while, but apparently those who do skateboarding will take to thin new innovation, pretty quickly. Compact and light, the Freelines are easy to carry in your backpack or pockets. At $149, it a whole new way to explore your world on feet!

Freeline Skates

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September 22, 2008 - Posted by | Design, News, raw art gallery, Skateboarding, sports, Uncategorized | ,

3 Comments »

  1. I think these skates have the potential to become common place in the skate world along side roller skates and skate boards. They started in the southern California part of the USA, but strangely haven’t caught fire yet. The Japanese have really embraced the skate – arguably more so than the Americans. I have a pair and enjoy learning on them. For those just starting, give yourself at least month or so to get them. They are not easy to learn for most people, but it’s worth the time.

    Comment by diagetus | December 13, 2008 | Reply

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    Comment by Panu | December 19, 2009 | Reply

  3. You see the skates popping up everywhere in Europe now. And you can still learn new tricks after 5 years! So it is a sport to stay.

    Comment by NXSports.eu | July 2, 2011 | Reply


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