The world’s most progressive bearings… just got even BETTER!
Tekton rolls out the biggest and most advanced line of bearings in skate history. 10 new bearing models in all! Whatever your performance needs, we’ve got it covered.
• All models updated with superior steel and thicker outer casings – significantly improving speed, durability, and longevity.
• Advanced heat treatment gives Premium “XT” (Extra-Tough) models superior metallurgic properties – boosting speed and durability to an even higher level!
• Premium Built-In models feature an upgrade to our patented flanged half-spacer design – bringing you alignment that’s more precise and consistent than ever.
• Premium Ceramic Classic models packaged with Tekton Precision-Profiled XT spacers, made of true high-end bearing steel (instead of ordinary iron or aluminum) – bringing a revolutionary level of durable alignment to free-spaced bearings. (Also available separately.)
• No fake tech or exaggerations… just more speed and longevity through real science and no-BS engineering!
• 100% free of:
– Random bearing tech adapted from other industries just for the sake of novelty.
– Expensive over-hyped raceway coatings that interfere with optimal polishing and may actually grind on balls.
– Over-hyped lubricant additives that accelerate wear not speed.
– Misleading claims that industry-standard features and factory processes are unique or special. (e.g., deep-groove raceways with micro-channels, fine-polishing, fiber-reinforced nylon retainers, hand-inspection, ultrasonic solvent washing, etc.)
In this first episode of the Seismic Eurotour Video Series, Seismic Team riders Rafa Garrido, Javier Tato, and Aleix Gallimo drove from Castell de Castells in Valencia (Spain) to Almabtrieb, Germany, for the first race of the 2013 Eurotour. Despite a few misadventures on the road, they managed to get to the race on time – but not without first learning a lesson in auto mechanics!
Follow the next episodes in the Seismic Eurotour Video Series on the Seismic Youtube Channel.
Seismic Flow Rider Lamin Cassama laminates the narrow woodland streets of Sweden with his Red 69mm 80a Hot Spots and Blue 70mm 84a Bootlegs. With the combination of Elixir™ freeride urethane, Tekton bearings, and style for miles, the “Laminator” offers a new level of steeze to the sport. Enjoy the free-ride!
Seismic flow rider Brian Lugbill coats the streets of Boulder, CO, with yellow 79a urethane ripped from his 75mm Landslides. From bustin’ 100ft (30m) slides to tearing 58mph (93kph) downhill, Lugbill shows just how versatile the Landslides can be. This freeriding speed demon is also rockin’ Seismic Tekton bearings and a Seismic rocker-kick topmount carbon prototype. Brand new Seismic deck line, coming soon! For more Seismic Skate videos, please check out: http://www.youtube.com/user/seismicchannel?feature=results_main
Seismic rider Dre Nubine shows deadly style on 70mm Bootlegs, 73mm Speed Vents, and Tekton bearings. Dre puts his own spin on things with a low, rubbery, effortless approach. P.S. We call him “Sweet Knees” because they’re so scabby!
Seismic Skate Systems is proud to present its 2012 Team!
Matt Rosborg (USA) rowing, sliding, and spinning on blue Bootlegs
Josh Mallin (USA) bustin’ flips on red Bootlegs
Javier Tato (Spain) speeding and sliding on 73mm Speed Vents
Shaquille James (USA) bombing hills on 76mm Hot Spots (Elixir freeride formula)
Dre Nubine (USA) 360-sliding on blue Bootlegs
Lamin Cassama (Sweden) wheelie on red Bootlegs and stair jump on 76mm Hot Spots
Brian Lugbill (USA) long heelside standie on yellow Landslides