Endless 90 Frame
The Endless 90 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.
New orders will ship in 2-4 business days.
- Multiple setups: 4x90, 3x110
- Balanced Rocker for 4-wheel setups
- Flat configuration for 3x110 setup (bullet profile wheels only recommended)
- Recommended for all skill levels
- Mounting: 150, 165, 180 mm
- Boot compatibility: Some boots may require modification or a washer between the frame and boot to allow clearance for new 110 mm wheels in the 3x110 setup: size 47 (US 13) Twister Edge (we recommend the Endless 100 instead for this size boot), Adapt GT/GTS/GTO
- Note: on Adapt skates our frames are not optimally centered
- Wheelbase: 276 mm
- Brake compatibility:
- 4x90: Powerslide Urban Brake Size M (908058/2) - may require modification to fit
- 3x110: Powerslide Urban Brake Size L (908058/3), FR Skates 3W Brake (FRBRK-3W)
- One frame set includes: 2 frames and 8 axles
- CNC-machined from 6061-T6 aluminum
- Weight = 292 grams, without spacers and axles
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So I originally ordered the Endless 90, but after looking at it on the skate (size 44) I figured the 100 would be a better fit. And WOW....it is. I am a new skater in my older age of 44. I am not a wizard skater, I dont have a IG account, and I dont spend too much time learing tricks. I have a size 44-45 foot and had no idea that my "standard" frames I have been skating were just too small. I have many frames 4x80, 4x90, 3x110, and 3x100. Always trying to find that perfect setup. Well I finally have. Never skated 4x100 and never used a rockered frame due to so many hills where I skate. I was skeptical about the stability on a this frame. After a few high speed down hills...stability worries were gone! Everything I wanted in a frame I got. Speed, maneuverability, and stability. All there, all the time. I love this setup. Sadly, I have a lot of frames collecting dust now, as I have no use for them. Even the 3x110 setup is nice (not as fun as 4x100), but for long trails the added length on the Endless compared to the 248mm on the other frame makes a world of difference. All in all I could not have made a better decision on these. Great company, great product, and when you think about it...great price for a frame that can do it all.
I find the frame to be very versatile with the 2 setups in one frame (I use both). I spend most of my time with the rockered 4x90 (my go to setup) which has allowed me to significantly progress my transitions, and reverse skating. I like the 3x110, but am curious not about a rockered 4x110 setup...
I started inlineskating this year on a 4 x 84 flat frame. I had lots of fun with it. Soon i heard about the endless frames and I thought I had to try them. I‘m so happy with them! At the beginning I had to get used to the rockering. It felt unstable. But now that feeling is gone and it feels like „floating“ over the ground skating on them! I can recommend these frames to everyone!!!
Endless 90 gives me that sweet comfort with stability on my heels that I’ve always needed. At the moment I’m practicing a bit of aggressive skating, which with this frame is pure happiness. Moreover, when i have enough of jumping and craziness i can always slow down and try wizard skating. In overall, this frame is very universal and very fun. I recommend it for a person who just started skating same as I recommend it for a true skating OG. And that feeling while skating is priceless.
Compared to Original 3x110 from Seba, the frame from Endless is easyer to skate for the transitions, but with the Seba you skate more stable. The 4x90er is okay. The screws come out a little on the back of the frame because the countersink is too big. Overall it's okay for the money.
As an urban freeskater, I have spent a lot of time skating a 4x80mm natural rocker setup (where wheels are rotated in-place so the first and last wear down more), and I will say that the rocker of these frames is more subtle than that. This means these frames are a bit more steady at high speeds, but sacrifice a little maneuverability - After some familiarization that was not a big deal. The 273mm long 4x90 setup is also a great length for someone with large feet (I rock a size 13 US/ 47-48EU). Manufacturers often put 255mm or lower frames on large skates, which is a bit too short for sufficient stability. These provide the perfect mix of length for stability and nimbleness for intensive urban movement. My only complaint is that these frames are noticeably heavier than my old 4x80 setup, especially with the added wheel weight. The increased wheel size makes up for this well, but it's something to consider. In future models, I would love to see strategically placed cutouts on the frames to reduce weight. Last note: I combined this frame with the Rollerblade RB 80 Pro, meaning they will be perfectly compatible with the RB Cruiser and RB 110 also.