Sola Equipment Aluminum Street Frames

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Sola Equipment Aluminum Street Frames The Solá Equipment Street Frames were born from a dialogue between Kyle Solá and Dominik Wagner regarding the optimal flat-rocker frame, and the reintroduction of a lightweight metal construction into street skating.

The feedback-driven development process lead to the prototyping of the first development prototypes in 2015. With the valuable inputs from Dominik Wagner, Joe Atkinson and David Sizemore, prototypes were continuously developed, tested and improved through to the first production in 2018.

Technical Specifications:
Streamlined Frame Body
Extruded 6061 T6 hardened aluminum, CNC milled into its final shape
Treated with a surface-hardening anodized finish
Laser engraved with model specifications and specific production lot number
Universal Frame System (UFS) bolt configuration to fit all corresponding boots

Replaceable H-block System
The replaceable H-Block is made from a naturally slick and wear resistant injection-molded polymer for all-around street or park skating
Recommended for flat-rockered setups
One-Way Axles
The CNC turned, 7000 series aluminum axles screw directly into frame walls, reducing weight and complexity
10mm deep tool cavity helps to keep bolt heads from stripping with regular use
A nylon patch is bonded to the threads, adding friction to resist loosening from vibration

Size 01 – Mod. 250 recommended for US 6-9 / EU 38-42 (single frame 0.66 pounds)
Size 02 – Mod. 270 recommended for US 9-12 / EU 42-45 (single frame 0.70 pounds)
Max. Wheel Size – 60mm with round profile

Includes: Set of Frames with Plastic H-Block & 8x Axles.

Sola Equipment Aluminum Street Frames

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