Welcome back to another episode of
Powerslide TV today we’re talking about my favorite part of Powerslide the
racing skates and in particular the Puls model the Puls model just doing a
little bit about it overall in general as a skate is probably I would say the
best value for money skate we offer it punches above its weight
really I mean it has a full carbon fiber glass fiber compression molded shell
which is pain free and also TRINITY Matthias will give you a little rundown
on what pain free actually is pain free basically we call it that because we took out
some of the parts which hurt or could hurt the most in inline skating a lot of
people have problems on this side of the heel next to the Achilles and there’s like
they have extra bumps coming up here so we took out this part and but we still
kept the shell really really stiff and then the other part on the side right
under your ankle bone there’s another bone the navicular bone right I don’t
know how its pronounced in English but a lot of people actually have problems
here and it turns out to get bigger and bigger if there’s pressure on it so a
lot of skaters have problems here when the shell puts too much pressure on it
it could also happen when you’re not standing straight in this case like we
talked before about the stride control or you know adjusting your frame
position or when there’s friction and movement yes so but this is all cut out
here but still very solid and very strong and like Scotty said the shell is
actually a TRINITY shell so it’s really really stable it has great power
transfer a lower center of gravity takes away the vibrations and enhances the
power transfer and the push so yeah and then obviously partnered with the
TRINITY shell is the XXX TRINITY frame in 12.8 inches this model obviously
comes with 125 wheels and those are the Infinity Plus 125 wheels and Wicked’s ABEC 9 bearings what does it mean to have the Plus on the Infinity the
Infinity Plus you may or may not have already seen our special
video on them but what it is it uses a lot of
really high-end racing technology with inner bands and things like that
but an exceptional value for money it’s such a good performing wheel that
actually Felix Rijhnen one of our team skaters podiumed in a high-level
marathon on it so again it’s really one of the skates as a complete package
where maybe you’re coming out of something like a R2 or R4 skate
but you’re not really ready to go for something like an Icon this is a great
stepping stone one of the reasons why is also because not only is the pain-free
shell a little bit more forgiving in terms of comfort but in general the fit
is a very very comfortable boot so it’s designed a little bit for people who
want something a little bit longer distance skating and things like that so
it’s a little just a little bit more forgiving like Scott said I think it’s a
perfect skate for speed skaters going for miles
and it has all the setup you need to spec it up you can spec it up with
great wheels and race wheels really with G13 in the future it has a
perfect frame with the XXX already and a great boot so perfect set up for
every time you want to go out skating and training hard and beat your next
marathon best so thanks for watching this episode of Powerslide TV as always
with me we’d like to hear your comments or questions so just drop them down
in the section below and make sure you skate more than Scott because obviously
you see is not in the best shape of his life and the ship left the harbor a
little bit that’s all right at least the ship is still on the on the water
not sunk like your ship see you next time!

Powerslide Puls Trinity Racing skates – Speaking Specs

8 thoughts on “Powerslide Puls Trinity Racing skates – Speaking Specs

  • April 20, 2018 at 5:46 am

    Looks really cool! Keep going powerslide

  • April 23, 2018 at 2:34 pm

    Where do i buy this? I am living in Germany.

  • May 30, 2018 at 7:51 pm

    I LOVE SO MUCH ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • October 2, 2018 at 3:05 am

    Where i have to buy it i live in india hou should make an online store

  • October 14, 2018 at 7:57 pm

    are these good for narrow feets?

  • February 15, 2019 at 10:51 am

    Hi! I got a size smaller shoe than I would probably need, I am in-between 39 and 40. The 39 feels really tight, I fear that it would not comfortable during a longer training. Is there any chance that heat moulding the shoe would help me to get the extra millimetres needed?

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  • June 13, 2019 at 5:18 pm

    What is the silver frame on the right demo skate?


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