These are the Kizer Arrow frames. They’ll run you around $90 US. They’re UFS and fit up to an 80mm wheel. This means they’re perfect for aggressive skaters interested in trying big wheel blading.
They have an aluminum core with replaceable plastic sidewalls. This gives you a solid ride with protection for grinds.
Over the next few weeks I skated them in my neighborhood. Eventually, I decided to take off the soul plate and mounted the frames directly on my boot.
The Kizer Arrow are an interesting frame. The frames are strong and responsive, and if you have a Seba boot, they feel amazing directly on the carbon shell.
If you were planning to take these frames to the skate park and doing some grinds, you’re going to be pretty limited. 80mm wheels are also pretty large for carving transitions, and I found the wheel base was a little too short for me to land comfortably.
If you’re interested in doing some big wheel blading on a UFS boot, these are probably a safe bet.
Disclaimer: I paid for these frames, wheels and bearings at retail, but I found a great coupon at InlineWarehouse for 20% off.