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Seba High Black Skate

EUR 319,95
Seba inline skates
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The classic Seba High! Slalom skaters all over the world have already adopted these skates. Equipped with the brand new Street Invaders wheels, a Plastic shell with a high plastic soft cover that is 4 position adjustable.
A Toe strap, Seba Double strap and FK aluminium buckle plus lacing all gives a secure fit for maximum control in a great freeskate.

Seba Classic 231mm/243mm frame and Seba ILQ9 bearings.

Notice: The two frame sizes also come with two different size wheels. For shoe size 34-39, the 231mm frame with 76mm/84A wheels is used. For sizes 40 and up, the 243mm frame is used and that has 80mm/84A wheels on.


Wheel diameter:
76mm, 80mm
Frame material:
Boot/Shell type:
Liner features:
Shock absorber
Double lacing, Buckle, Micro-adjustment buckle
Bearing precision:
Wheel hardness:
Frame type:
Flat setup
Max wheel diameter:
Boot material:
PU leather, Plastic
High lateral support, Adjustable


Seba high is precise a nice to ride. Inner boot is replaceable, which is also great. 80mm wheels enable easy turns and tricks, as well as fast cityskating. I also use it for long distance "nordicblading" with poles. The boot offers nice comfort even after 4 hours. SkatePro told me about long break-in period of the boot foam, but it is not so bad, skate is very stiff, but comfortable from the beggining. On the other hand, I must say, I awaited better quality. When compared with my old Salomon 2001 FSK model. SEBA Inner boot has rough stitching and sometimes material folds in the forefoot, so I must get out and repeat entering process. Some details like joints of frame/boot, side protector/boot, buckles (opener), solution of heel damping, are much worse than above mentioned Salomon from the year 2001. I feel sorry about it, as my decision between Powerslide and SEBA was high quality declaration. But the ride is great, which is OK.
Radek Janku (Bustehrad)
Rating: 3 of 5!
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