The wheels and frame of an inline skate. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I have begun writing reviews of new products at Skate-Parts.Com and Runaway Skate as a way to help customers better understand the products they are considering and make an informed decision. From the feedback I have received I believe that this is especially important for roller skates and inline skates as these are a product most people expect to be able to use for quite a time. This would be followed by wheels for skates and boards.
To kick it off, I’ve put together two reviews so far, one for each site, both on roller skates. Initial further reviews are going to be focused on roller skates, inline skates, longboards, wheels and trucks. We’ll go from there and see what happens!
The reviews use slightly different formats with different appearances.
You can check them out at:
Crazy Skates VXi Review on Skate-Parts.Com – HERE.
Skate-Parts.Com has received stock of the new Stereo Vinyl Cruiser skateboards in all colours from Stereo Sound Agencies. Colours included red, blue, green, pink, yellow and black. Inspired by music, skateboarding and fun the Stereo Vinyl Cruisers draws on Stereo’s roots in American Jazz and Blues. It comes with ABEC 7 bearings, stickers to customise your board, and a free set of matching sunglasses! Like Penny’s, these boards are plastic injection molded, however they are half an inch longer. Check them out:
The new Skate-Parts.com logo! This will gradually be rolled out over stickers, business cards and the website with a new site coming soon. The aim with this logo is to incorporate our movement into inline skating whilst giving us a more modern wordmark to use.
We’re running a poll to help decide which logo we should go with for the new branding for Skate-Parts.Com. It needs to be memorable and ideally something that has some form of symbol or emblem that can be used to represent us with or without text. What do you think? Let us know in the comments or by voting on the poll here. It would be greatly appreciated!