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Old June 23rd, 2010, 05:16 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by GregT View Post
$400 sounds like a lot for skates, but that is pretty low for a pair of KSJs.

As you are a beginner, I would recommend the Seba Highs. You could go with the Carbons, but I think the normal boot should be fine. If you have the extra cash, I would definitely recommend the "Deluxe" version, which is the same as the Seba High, but with the upgraded Deluxe frame
KSJ's sold in China are the same you buy anywhere else except it's that much cheaper. But you are right, some High models are cheaper made.

The Deluxe frames arn't any different to the standard 7000 except that it's more stiff so it feels easier to do some techincal wheeling tricks.
Weight wise it's lighter but you won't feel any difference.
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