• Oysi Chassis requires specific UFS fasteners (M6-1.0 ISO 7380-2 Button Flange). These are included in the hardware package. Don’t use any other type of fastener when installing the Oysi Chassis to your boot!
• Coping Mode: Place the nylon washers under the externally threaded male axle fastener. This will offset the axle head to extend past the outer frame wall. Contact with the coping will be made first with the axle head before the outer frame wall touches. Don’t use the nylon washers for anything else!
Been collecting clips since start of 2020, wanted to make an all banger street edit just based on The Rock of Gibraltar, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the global lockdown measures, I have decided to finish it with filler clips and b-roll.
Yesterday was my birthday, 39 yrs young!
And after 25 plus years of rolling around, all around, my passion is still at 100%, but my poor body is starting to complain!
Hope you enjoy it, as is, cause “I” never seem to be satisfied. On to the next…
Hazen ( @father_razorclam ) approached me (@thebasstasticvoyage) about making a section for Oysi with him a few months ago, and I jumped at the chance. He is, in my opinion, one of the most well-rounded bladers to ever come out of Utah, as well as one of my personal favorite skaters. Most of these sessions were just the two of us, with Hazen the one doing all the skating. His trick selection, focus, and dedication were incredibly impressive to witness and a joy to capture. I hope you enjoy watching this as much as I enjoyed making it! Also, shout out to Jett Rennert ( @jettrenn ), who snagged a few impressive clips of his own and helped out a bit behind the lens — another unbelievably talented and underrated Utah skater.
All filmed in Salt Lake City area.
Shot on DVX100. Music: “Thumb Cutter”
Thee Oh Sees “Keeping it Moving” – A Tribe Called Quest
Church by Nic Brendan ( @no.k.nic ) is a video composed from footage of bladers all across the greater Los Angeles area over two years of West Los Angeles Blade Sessions happening every Sunday at 10am.
In that time we’ve rolled with so many amazing bladers in the area and filmed it all.
Please join us in this wonderful celebration of life, blading, and great times with friends.
While adhering to the same performance design principles as the original Oysi Inline Skating Chassis, we’ve packaged a similar skating experience into a more compact form to complement smaller boot sizes.
The Oysi Medium Chassis65 is designed to ride flat using a combination of 65mm outer and 58mm inner wheels and is available in either 257mm or 269mm wheelbase lengths each of which provide the same size groove.
Effective use of the space beneath your feet yields an uncompromised groove, responsive control, and low profile.
Featuring a 5.7mm lower ride height and 4.2mm reduction in groove height, the Oysi Medium Chassis65 is designed to hug your soul.
Designed and Manufactured in the USA. (Sold in Pairs.)
Print and Cut out these templates to see how the Medium Chassis65 will fit relative to your boot size.
Medium Chassis65 with 257mm wheelbase is recommended for boot sizes US 8.5 [ EU 41 ] and smaller.
Medium Chassis65 with 269mm wheelbase is recommended for boot sizes US 8-10 [EU 40-43] and larger.
( Oysi Inline Skating Chassis wheelbase of 281mm is recommended for boot sizes US 9.5-12 [ EU 42 – 45 ] )
These recommendations are relative to foot length (mm), corresponding to nominal shoe sizes, to provide a longer wheelbase than is is traditionally used for these sizes, which is the intended function of the chassis.
There is some overlap, and wheelbase length preference is ultimately up to how each person prefers their skating to feel and of course how each person prefers their setup to look.
PDF files below can be printed out for a test fit with your own boot to see how the different sizes will look and help you to make a decision regarding your preferred wheelbase length.