Canadian pro inline aggressive skater, Danny Beer gets the first ever complete Them Skates 909 Pro Skate. Everyone in Canada is gonna be wearing THEM and you should too.
- 909 Shell/Cuff
- Danny Beer Pro Intuition Liner
- Them Soul Plates, v2
- Them Street Frame
- Danny Beer Pro Them 58mm Wheels
- ABEC 5 Bearings
Now you will have the option to chose between 2 different sizes for each shell.
By introducing individual sizing Them Skates is able to expand its size range to even more skaters.
New Individual Size Chart:
SIZE XS SHELL
5 - 5.5 US / 23 - 23.5 cm (same fit as current THEM Intuition size XS Liner)
6 - 6.5 US / 24 - 24.5 cm (NEW size with lower volume foam)
SIZE SMALL SHELL
7 - 7.5 US / 25 - 25.5 cm (same fit as current THEM Intuition size Small Liner)
8 - 8.5 US / 26 - 26.5 cm (NEW size with lower volume foam)
SIZE MEDIUM SHELL
9 - 9.5 US / 27 - 27.5 cm (same fit as current THEM Intuition size Medium Liner)
10 - 10.5 US / 28 - 28.5 cm (NEW size with lower volume foam)
SIZE LARGE SHELL
11 - 11.5 US / 29 - 29.5 cm (same fit as current THEM Intuition size Large Liner)
12 - 12.5 US / 30 - 30.5 cm (NEW size with lower volume foam)
New Them Street frame
UFS street skating frame, designed by Kyle Sola and Jon Julio.
Low h-block position, designed for use with flat or anti-rocker wheel setups.
Durable, low-friction material, made from injection-mold glass-filled nylon.
Precision-milled aluminum frame spacers.
Custom-made steel axles, with asymmetric head - only needs one tool to tighten or loosen.
Low riding height - 30mm from top of frame to middle of axles.
Dimensions: Two wheelbase lengths - 250mm or 270mm wheelbase.
Fits up-to 58mm wheels for flat-rocker setups.
110mm distance between middle wheels.
For aggressive skating — think street skating with grinds and jumps — two of our experts suggest inline skates from Them, an independent brand based in California. One contributor John Adams, who organizes inline-skating contests, says the 909 Danny Beer is “a classic hardshell” that is versatile enough to wear on the street, bike path, or pavement at your local skate park. Jonathan Labez, the visual director and photo editor at rollerblading magazine Be-Mag, adds that these look as good as they perform. “If you’re into looking chic on skates, no other inline skate on the market compares,” he promises.