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New wheels from Seismic etc.

Post by Daniel Gesmer » Mon Jul 23, 2007 9:21 am

I'm pleased to announce the immediate availability of the following wheels:

78x50mm Seismic Blast Waves
clear orange 75A - super popular, and back in stock!
white 79A - back in stock, now with bright blue cores!
purple 83A - NEW!

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69x52mm Seismic Hot Spots
bright orange 84A - NEW!
(along with translucent sky blue 76A, bright white 80A, green 83A and yellow 86A)

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(The above photo does not do it justice; the orange is actually brighter and more vivid!)

62x45mm 3dm Cambrias
classic "Road Rider" red 80A - back in stock!
translucent sky blue 80A - NEW!
clear orange 80A - NEW!
(along with white 84A)

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...plus all the Avalons, Avilas, 77mm Speed Vents, and 85mm Speed Vents you've come to know and love.


In addition, all of our high-performance trucks models will back in stock by August 1, along with green slalom cones. (We recently ran low on 45-degree 180s, 30-degree 105s, and green cones.) Look for our new line of high-performance longboard decks and completes coming soon, too.

Finally, please note that I (Seismic founder/owner Dan Gesmer) depart on August 12 for a five-month adventure performing with Cirque du Soleil. (Ten weeks in Montreal, eleven weeks in New York). Staff in Boulder will pack and ship orders during this period, while I manage sales via email and phone.

I would, however, prefer to see all my wholesale customers well-stocked before I leave. You know who you are - please order generously by the week of August 6!

P.S. On June 29th, the Daily Camera newspaper (Boulder, Colorado, USA) ran the following story about my contract with Cirque du Soleil, with some nice quotes from Stacy Peralta:
http://www.dailycamera.com/news/2007/ju ... ateboarder
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Email : dan@seismicskate.com
Tel : +1 720-937-8948

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hotspots

Post by Antonio Saluena » Sat Jul 19, 2008 4:20 pm

Could sombody please tell me how you tell the difference on the new blue 81a hotspots and the old same colour hotspots?

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Post by Wesley Tucker » Sat Jul 19, 2008 4:32 pm

The new BlackOps urethane is transparent.

The older wheels are opaque.
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blue

Post by Antonio Saluena » Sat Jul 19, 2008 4:46 pm

Hi Wesley!

I know that the blackOps are transparent, but so are the generation before them (only the blue ones). As I understand they are different hardness?

quote:
69x52mm Seismic Hot Spots
bright orange 84A - NEW!
(along with translucent sky blue 76A, bright white 80A, green 83A and yellow 86A)

Daniel Gesmer
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Post by Daniel Gesmer » Sat Jul 19, 2008 5:07 pm

The old 76A translucent blue Hot Spots have WHITE cores.

The new 81A translucent blue Hot Spots (in Black Ops urethane) have a TRANSPARENT (clear) core.

Dan
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Email : dan@seismicskate.com
Tel : +1 720-937-8948

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Blue

Post by Antonio Saluena » Sat Jul 19, 2008 5:39 pm

Ok, Thank's a lot Dan for the clarifying!

Antonio

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