Considered to have one of the most hardcore street skating teams, Universal Skate Design has been revolutionizing the blading world since 1997. They offer the most molds of any other aggressive boot company and encourage skaters of all ages to continually push the envelope to improve, adapt, and evolve. USD is one of the main developers in blading's biggest worldwide collection of skate manufacturers, the Conference, and is commited to promoting and supporting street skating while continuously focusing on innovation in hardware and technology.
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USD Aggressive Skates Complete Packages
The USD VII Team Aggressive Skates are the newest installment in USD's VII series. Originally an entry level skate design, USD improved the liner and shell enough that the USD AM and PRO Teams began to use it as their flow skates.
The USD Realm Aggressive Inline Skate Black are simple, no frills aggressive skates made to shred the streets without shredding wallets.
The USD Throne Allstar 14 Aggressive Inline Skates for 2014 features much of the same from the previous 14 generations of Throne boots with a few improvements. The liner has been changed, now having less inner volume to accommodate a wider range of feet and thicker sidewalls for improved comfort.
Sizes Available: 8.0, 9.0
The USD Throne EVO Aggressive Inline Skates are a modified style of the Classic Throne skates that feature extended soul plates, enhancing lock-in potential and providing more sliding surface throughout the boot.
Sizes Available: 8.0
The USD Richie Eisler 3 Black Carbon Free Pro Skates have been re-released in a ninja-black outer skin and come as a complete powerblading setup with Kizer Powerblading frames. The boot consists of a new compound of carbon, fiberglass and nylon that mimics the stiffness and durability of a full carbon boot, but at a lower cost. The USD Carbon Free boots are less expensive then the full carbon boots, which provides more skaters the opportunity to join carbon revolution.