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Kizer Level 3.1 Frame 4x72 UFS Black

The Kizer Level 3.1frames in the improved version of Level III. These frames are designed to handle 72mm wheels. The main difference is the raised sidewall bumpers that help to protect the axles from damage and add an extra balance on grinds.

The 72mm flat frame that has been designed with careful attention to logic and physics to allow you a frame that performs perfectly for aggressive skating, while giving you a much-needed boost when it comes to speed.

Kizer continues its legacy as the frame company that isn't afraid of pushing into new territories, and the Level 3.1 frame is the latest in a series of evolutions in frame technology.

The Kizer Level 3.1 frame has been designed to allow for a 72mm flat setup while still being able to grind with complete confidence.

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Kizer Level 3.1 Frame 4x72 UFS Black

SKU: 800314
Style: Aggressive

Availability: Out of stock

US $58.97
MSRP: US $70.00

Perfect for Powerblading!

Sold in pairs.

  • Max Wheel size 72mm
  • UFS mount – One size
  • Axles, Spacers and Frame spacers are included
SKU 800314
Frame Size (mm/inch) 219
Wheels Size (mm) - Frames 72
Skating Style Aggressive
Brand Kizer
Weight (KG) 0.3000

Customer Reviews

Somewhat ambivalent Review by Matt
These are basically just normal-ish sized frames for UFS mount skates. Not as high off the ground as an 80mm, but significantly more maneuverable than a 60mm ish flat, anti-rocker, or freestyle frame.

I'm relatively new to aggressive skating, but have been skating more generally for... 25+ years? These feel pretty similar to any general-purpose skate frame. A little more stable than, say, a 243/247 slalom frame (I seem to recall the wheel base on this frame is 250), but otherwise unremarkable.

Not much to say about grinding -- that's not something I can do quite yet -- but trying to cess slide seems pretty difficult due to the angle required to get the souls on the ground. Good for flat tricks?

Depending on how you want to look at it, these are either the best or worst of both worlds (big wheels/little wheels); short wheelbase is maneuverable, but not as steady as it could be on pipes or in pools, fine but not great from grinds, uncomfortable for slides, even if it's easy to get up to speed (especially in slippery indoor parks; skatelite/polished concrete), good for carving bowls and pipes... but maybe not as fast or responsive as a stiffer frame would be.

If you are looking at these, you probably already have a decent idea of what you want. They are exactly what one might expect an inexpensive, mid-size wheel frame to be... (Posted on 10/3/2017)

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