The Razors Cosmo addresses one of the biggest issues in freeskating: transfer of power. As most boots are made of a relatively flexible material, the frame tends to flex if attached directly to the boot. Razors solved this problem by attaching the frame to a soul frame, which is made of a super stiff material and distributes the power across the whole bottom of the boot. This results in a solid connection, from foot to wheel, helping you get the most from each and every stride.
The Cosmo comes with Razors new Instant Frame Changing System (IFC) allowing you easily replace worn parts and convert your freeskate into a hockey or aggressive skate in seconds. The Cosmo liner utilizes a thinner padding for better boot feel and control. You’ll be able to strap in nice and tight using our heel-retention ratchet and aluminum cuff buckle. An aircraft grade aluminum frame and super high rebound 80mm/85A wheels serve up a smooth and effortless ride. Click here to order your pair today!
Features: - Full transfer of power - Instant Frame Changing system (IFC) - Replaceable slider on outside of boot - GC aircraft grade 6061 aluminum frame - GC 80mm/85A super high rebound wheels - Heel retention strap & ratchet buckle - Slim liner with articulated ankle support - Aluminum cuff buckle
Cosmo Soul Frames: (Also compatible with Razors Shift skates) The soul frame is the platform that’s holding the boot and frame together. It's made of a super tough, fiberglass-reinforced Nylon plastic increasing the stiffness and responsiveness of the skate. It also allows full transfer of power which is especially important when using bigger frames for recreation and speed. Available in Black or White, in sizes 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, and 12-13.
Cosmo Sliders:(Also compatible with Razors Shift skates.) The one piece slider is made of tough, fiberglass-reinforced Nylon for superior strength, stiffness and durability. It also protects the outside of the boot and can be replaced in seconds if worn out. Available in Black or White, in sizes 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, and 12-13.
EVENTS: Lux Street Open - Official Results and Raw Footage Edit
The first annual Lux Street Open last Saturday in San Jose, CA was such a blast. It felt like the IMYTA street skating contests of a decade or more ago, with a huge pack of rollerbladers skating from spot to spot, and competitors battling it out for street creed and prize money. 1st Place ($1,000) - Chad Tannehill / 2nd Place ($450) - Korey Waikiki / 3rd Place ($200) - Philip Moore / Best Trick - Philip Moore. Already cant wait until the Lux Street Open next year!
(Filmed/edited by: Casey Bagozzi) Featuring Chad Tannehill, Korey Waikiki, Philip Moore, Derek Henderson, Anthony Luna, Victor Arias, Cameron Talbot, Sascha Simms, Gene Steagall, John Vossoughi, and more.
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