"HELP"... WHICH SEBA INLINE IS BEST

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"HELP"... WHICH SEBA INLINE IS BEST

Postby skater_roge » Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:55 am

Hello there my name is roge and i need help in choosing which seba inline to get for free style slalom... im liking the seba fri 2012... but if any one knows any othere please let me know...looking at price range up to £200 pound...
thanks...roge.. ;)

ps.....im a size 9-uk, 43-eu. but my last pair of inlines hurt alot. like a burning pain in middle of my foot.. should i risk in getting size 10.....? :?
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Re: "HELP"... WHICH SEBA INLINE IS BEST

Postby Acidedge » Mon Jun 25, 2012 7:48 am

Freestyle slalom and £200 budget suggests Seba High to me.

Only not the red ones...

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Re: "HELP"... WHICH SEBA INLINE IS BEST

Postby azumi » Mon Jun 25, 2012 7:30 pm

Get the FR2 if you like real skates. Also have a look at Rollerblade Twister and Powerslide Metro. And if you have too much money get PS Evo or S4.

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Re: "HELP"... WHICH SEBA INLINE IS BEST

Postby Naomi » Wed Jun 27, 2012 4:58 am

I'm not a fan of hard boots, I prefer High style boots as they fit tighter to the foot. But that is personal opinion, and people are pretty much split down the middle on it.

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Re: "HELP"... WHICH SEBA INLINE IS BEST

Postby Mozpowerlifter » Fri Jun 29, 2012 2:37 pm

I got some SEBA Highs about 3 weeks ago for a little bit over £200, there just starting to break in now and feel absolutely awesome. They really have rekindled my love of rollerblading :)


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