Rockin frame 4100 Red 165
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Introducing Rockin' Frames, a fresh German brand that specializes in crafting frames for the increasingly popular skating style known as Wizard/Flowskating. As one of the many companies that have emerged after the original Wizard frames gained worldwide fame, Rockin' Frames has managed to stand out from the crowd with its unique approach.
Unlike other brands that simply create replicas of the original frames, Rockin' Frames has introduced several innovative ideas. For starters, their frames are UFS compatible, but they come with a CNC milled aluminum adapter and the necessary hardware, such as longer M6 and M8 bolts, to fit on 165 mm spacing, raised heel mounting boots. This allows for a wider range of boot models to experiment with, and you are not limited to just one mounting standard when you want to pair your frames with a new pair of boots. Additionally, the brand has recently begun developing 165 mm mounting only frames that are also compatible with 150 mm and 180 mm spacings, but they have no intention of deviating from their original idea.
Another feature that sets Rockin' Frames apart is the wide range of colors they offer. Unlike other brands that offer only raw aluminum or black frames, Rockin' Frames provides multiple color options right from the start. This allows you to personalize your skates and add a spark of cheerful attitude to skating, which has become a bit too serious in recent times. After all, skating is primarily meant to be fun!
Of course, the real highlight of Rockin' Frames is their natural rocker option, a similar concept to other frames of this type but with its own unique twist. The four-wheel frames have a relatively modest rocker, with only the first wheel raised slightly more than 1 mm in relation to the second and third wheels, while the fourth wheel is raised just under 1 mm. This creates the same effect as skating flat for several sessions without rotating the wheels. In theory, only two wheels touch the ground at any given time, but in reality, the urethane bends a bit under your weight, causing all wheels to roll. These slight differences in wheel positions give you a softer, granular feeling of the rocker, unlike the typical "banana" rocker that uses outer wheels raised by 2 mm and feels more "jerky" as a result. Moreover, all Rockin' Frames are designed to provide a bit of forward tilt, making them better suited for artistic moves.
Lastly, Rockin' Frames are more affordable than their North American counterparts as the company is based in Europe. There are no additional import fees, which means that by choosing them over other brands, you are not only supporting a business closer to home but also saving a bit of money.
The Rockin' 4100 is the brand's best-selling frame, and for a good reason. The rockered four-wheel frames can accommodate wheels of up to 100 mm in diameter and are very versatile. It's no surprise that all brands specializing in this type of skating have their version of this setup in their catalogs. The Rockin' 4100 is perfect for urban skating, slides, long-distance skating, skateparks, and of course, a bit of freestyle flat ground wizardry. If you're looking for a single pair of frames to skate on for years to come, the Rockin' 4100 is the best choice out of all the models made by the Germans.
The manufacturer recommends this model for boot sizes between 265 mm and 300 mm, but it will fit all boots that are compatible with one of the two mounting standards.
Max wheel size: 4x100mm
Material: 6061-T6 aluminum alloy
Finish: Anodize or Powder
Rocker: Natural rocker
Color options: Traffic Red / Charcoal Black / DELUXE Grey
Weight**: 410g *
** 1 Single frame without axles and adapter.
Boot size 220-260mm – ROCKIN’ 490 Frame
Boot size 265-300mm – ROCKIN’ 4100 Frame
Boot size 305-320mm – ROCKIN’ 4110 Frame
***We don’t recommend ROCKIN’ 4110 Frame for beginners.