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To take advantage we recommend you use our Collect Plus* service.
If you’re not happy, as long as it’s still unused, you can return any product within 14 days for a return or exchange. You can also get an extended returns period if you're giving the order as a gift, by stating the date on the checkout process.
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Kizer Frames, M Type, Fluid, Powerblade, Type X Freestyle, Slimline, Flat, Anti Rocker Frames for Aggressive Skates
Kizer are specifically a frame company for aggressive skates, they've built frames for all types of skaters, and include their well respected Fluid frames which are designed with the classic frame shape, their other major models include the M-Type and Type X frames suited for more freestyle riding, enabling you to grind anything. Finally their slimline frames enable you to have a whole range of wheel setups within 1 style of frame.
Kizer run a variety of frames for different skating styles - freestyle frames, flat frames, powerblade frames and frames for anti-rocker experience. They've been developing and manufacturing aggressive skate frames since 1998, with proven, trusted materials and constant improvements made on the products. Their main lines include the durable fluid frames, the M-type and type X freestyle frames for those wanting to grind any surface. Finally they run slimline frames that allow you to have the best available wheel setups in a single frame.
Since UFS frames were launched in 1999, Kizer have headed up the development and innovation of aggressive skates frame. More recently in 2011, a new Freestyle frame, Anti-rocker and flat frames were developed to suit different custom skating styles.