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CUSTOM: Razors Shift Skates

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Razors Shift Skates

Razors Shift skates are some of the most popular skates in the moment. With a sleek yet simple design these skates are great for customization. The Instant frame change system makes changing parts faster than ever. You can get your setup just the way you like it or have multiple setups for whatever the occasion.

The Frames: Kizer Slimline 2 Black Frames

8mm Rocker-able Axels
Aluminum Frame Spacers
Recessed Frame Walls
Concave h-block shape to reduce wheel bite
Allows for multiple different wheel setups
Ideal Flat-Rocker Frame

The Kizer Slimline is one of the younger additions to the Kizer family. The 2011 re-vamped version of this frame has been designed as the ultimate flat setup frame thanks to the help of the industries leaders in frame technology including the one and only Al Dolega.
A flat setup is beneficial for a number of reasons: It allows you better speed and control as well as improved anti-shock. Flat setups allow for faster turns and also allow for longer wheel life.


The Wheels: Undercover Bernal Circus II 58mm 90a
 New interlock core new faster and extra long lasting PU (Polyurethane) compound.
Super strong with perfect bonding offers a good amount of PU for a smooth ride and perfect grip.
Exclusively poured in California, USA. Created with the finest PU and core compounds available in the industry. UC PU is the most durable, fast and grippy PU available

Bearings: Go Project Freestyle Bearings

Go Project Freestyle bearings are manufactured with great strength making them perfect for side-load and leverage heavy skating disciplines (sharp turning, freestyle, slalom, big wheels etc), They run with extremely low torque and are permeated with an ultra light oil. They use SIX Chrome Steel ball bearings instead of SEVEN for reduced friction. Each ball is marginally bigger than regular bearings making these perfect for a heavy vertical load-bearing sport like inline skating.
While Go Project Freestyle bearings are comparable to an ABEC 7 rated bearing, Go Project does not use the generic ABEC scale to rate bearings because of its irrelevance to the specific tolerances imposed by inline skating. The quality of manufacturing and materials far surpass the importance of a rating based upon ‘revolutions per second’. The Freestyle bearings simply have a Speciality Rating of 4.5/5 which represents their performance when used as a skate bearing.

The Souls: Razors Shift Slider Soulframes and Soulplates
  These soul plates are some of the best designed parts out of Razors to date. On top of the instant frame change system on the skate these soul plates have little to no hard wear. Meaning you won’t ever be sliding on metal bolts and can easily be changed out. Coolest part is that the soul is one solid wing so you can easily change out the main part you grind with while keeping the negative/base piece intact.

The Liner: Razors Shift Liner

These liners are built like the classic SL razors liner that has been used over the past few years. A nicely padded Jug style liner with neoprene in the toes and heels to enhance fit. These feature some nice anatomical padding as well as a elastic rentention to keep the heel locked in place. Great looking stock liners for these skates.

If your thinking about picking up a pair or have some questions, feel free to give us a call at

1-800-772-2502, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm pst.

Razors Shift Skates

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