Endless 80 Frame
The Endless 80 Frame is a precision machined, multi-setup frame designed specifically for the Seba/FR Skates FR series of freeride skates, and other 165 mm compatible skates.
Now accepting pre-orders for the next production run. Quantities are limited. Orders ship in 3-5 business days once they are in stock. The next run is estimated to arrive mid-October. Please check this page for status updates until then.
- Multiple setups: 4x80, 4x84, 3x100
- Balanced Rocker for 4-wheel setups
- Flat configuration for 3x100 setup (bullet profile wheels only recommended)
- Recommended for all skill levels
- Mounting: 150, 165 mm
- Wheelbase: 255 mm
- Brake compatibility:
- 4x80: Powerslide Urban Brake Size S (908058/1)
- 4x84: Powerslide Urban Brake Size M (908058/2)
- 3x100: Powerslide Urban Brake Size L (908058/3)
- One frame set includes: 2 frames and 8 axles
- CNC-machined from 6061-T6 aluminum
- Weight = 258 grams, without spacers and axles
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Always disliked the idea of a rockered frame due to the gap and how it slows you down during urban. The natural rocker setup that the endless frame offers makes it the best of both world experience meaning you get the maneuverability without losing speed that a typical rockered frame provides. Try it to find out! Lets all skate endlessly!
They are great. Much more than I thought the first day I tried them. The more I use them the less I want to go back to flats. They are stable, nimble, easy to manuever and you can feel that they are very responsible. I can say that I am very surprised and super happy with the frames.
I’ve been skating with these frames on Seba Trix boots for the past week and boy has it been fun. The length (esp compared to my size 37 boot) and stability of the frame gives really good speed. They seem strong but they’re not heavy. The subtle rocker is stable and lets me try wizard skating moves like the gazelle. I’m really looking forward to getting some good 100mm wheels to try out the three wheel set up. If you want to do slalom with these, keep in mind the length of the frame relative to the size of your boot. I think these could work for slalom if you’re size 38 or above
My endless 80 frames have breathed new life into my 2016 Twister pros. The subtle rocker in the 4x80 configuration is stable yet incredibly maneuverable. The frame feels stiff with great power transfer. Carves feel smooth. Shock from high jumps are absorbed more effectively compared to other frames. Dance-style moves, and even some slalom tricks are possible in the 4x80 configuration. Slides feel good and easier to initiate in the 4x80 configuration compared to a flat setup. The 3x100 configuration is fast, smooth, and despite being flat, still incredibly maneuverable. Slides in the 3x100 setup are incredibly fun, and easy to initiate with the extra wheel height. Being able to easily swap between 4x80 and 3x100 is amazing. Want to feel quick, dart through the streets and bust a few dance moves? Go 4x80. Want to go on a longer trail skate, cruise through neighborhoods? A few minutes and a couple unscrewed axles later and you can go 3x100. Overall, I absolutely love these frames and would enthusiastically recommend them to anyone. Multiple configuration options, great construction, and most importantly, outstanding performance. I see myself skating my Twisters over my more expensive Tau 90 Carbons, because even though I love the Tau boot, these frames make skating so much fun.
These things are amazing, coming from someone with more money than brains that bought a $1200 Wizard setup. I bought some cheap wheels and cheap bearings due to COVID shortages. With my FR1 boot, I love these things for their agility.