The SL ‘Quinny’ Pro skate uses a dark/grey colour way with different textures and tones to break up the aesthetics of the boot (a bit like Scotland really). The charcoal shell is an SL base with a black suede outer skin to cover the boot. The white stitching and signature on back side of the boot are my favourite features.
Coming through with a promotional edit as strong as the skate, Quinny took a few weeks off and flew to Texas to film with Ant Medina to create a complete street profile, showing us what he can really do.
“It was an awesome experience filming with Ant Medina in Texas, such a positive dude with a great vision on how blading should look. He really has nailed it with this one and I’m excited to see what the feedback will be.” – Scott Quinn
The skate comes with charcoal/black soul kits and cuff, Ground Control FL3 frames and GC 64mm wheels and ABEC 9 bearings. Since the latest Yuri2 skate, Razors are now using their new liner constructed in a way to suit comfort, support performance, give easy access and provide a ridged, articulated tongue that gives a secure, moulded fit.
Photo: Kirill Galushko
I’ve known Quinny for about 9 years now, he’s such a humble dude who would walk over water to get you to your destination in life, giving you good vibes along the way. He does so much for other people including the UK Razors team and the local kids look up to him as a hero.
“I have already received so many kind words from friends and family about the boot. Can’t wait for peeps to give em a try and to see my buddies rolling in em.” – Scott Quinn
Get your Razors SL ‘Quinny’ Pro skate for around 319,95 Euro from your local skate shop.