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Xglider Fusion Street Boards


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  • Using caster technology the rider has 360 degrees of freedom and control
  • Xglider is an effective way to build a great sense of balance through it's free movement, smooth riding, and 360 degree turns
  • Xglider is a sports product that can turn 360 degrees in it's own location
  • The Xglider is lightweight, compact, and portable. Bringing you Xlider with you is easy and convenient
  • Xglider is not only fun but a great way to exercise
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Product Description

Xglider Fusion Street Boards with caster technology are easy to learn to ride and allows a great source of enjoyment.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 10 x 5 inches ; 6.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0010XXT6S
  • Item model number: Xlider-SG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #414,956 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Gonna probably buy another one for a friend.
This Guy
I purchased this for my 10 year old son and he absolutely LOVES it!
L. Greenleaf
To do jumping tricks, skateboards and Streetboards are best.
David Root

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This is a description of most types of boards based on the experiences of my son (15), my daughter (9), and me (48):

Skateboards - Fun for jumping tricks (grinds, board flips, etc.). Casterboards are more maneuverable and fun than skateboards on a street, but less fun at skateparks. Soularc Skateboards have one curved deck on top of another for a springy carving feel. Flowboards have 7 wheels in a semicircle in front and 7 wheels in a semicircle in back for a snowboard feel. Sole Skates are small, three-wheeled skateboards. Longboards are longer and wider skateboards.

RipStiks - Like skateboards but with two small decks connected by a crossbar, and two inline casterwheels which swivel 360 degrees. Seems safer than skateboards because RipStiks don't easily shoot out from under you (they just flop onto their sides). The wheels might show some wear fairly quickly, but even with flattened wheels they're way more fun than skateboards for zipping around on the street. We're able to take apart our RipStik casters and clean them, but not our Wave Board casters, giving RipStiks an advantage over Waves. RipStik Gs have metal crossbars for doing grinds. RipStik Airs are molded into a single piece of plastic, and feel stiffer than RipStiks. Ripsters are smaller to fit younger kids.

Wave Boards - Like RipStiks, but with shorter crossbars. Makes more of a "clatter" noise than our RipStik. Wave Ripples are smaller to fit younger kids. ExBoards, X-Boards, EssBoards, VigorBoards, Cudas, Freeriders, and eXtreme boards are similar to RipStiks/Waves.

WhipTides - Like RipStiks, but with four inline casterwheels. The crossbar bends up-down and side-to-side, unlike RipStiks. Can do tighter turns and slaloms than RipStiks. Can't do jumps or lift one wheel off of the ground.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By VT Bananagrams Champ on December 10, 2008
I got this for my sons (10 and 13)a couple of months ago because they are so good on the Ripstick/waveboard toys. This is definately harder to learn than the others because they are separate boards, but with some effort they have made a good start. Clearly this is a serious core building toy! Sadly, the image of this toy comes with a red strap that helps beginners learn the skill, but Xgliders sold today do not include this red band any longer. Also, I could not figure out how to create our own. The result has been that I have had to keep encouraging the boys to keep trying this because the steep learning curve is keeping them from wanting to master this skill for themselves. I say, bring back the red strap!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By rurouniere on November 17, 2008
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Easier than the Freeline.
Waaaay easier!

My cousins who use ripstik/waveboard learned to control this in less than 10 minutes! I am NOT kidding!

I learned this in under 5 mins, because I already used a similar but more difficult version. It is called Freeline skates!
Personally, I would stick to Freeline skates, but my knees can't handle. I lost patience, so I made the switch to Xlider.

Xlider is the korean version.
I guess "Xglider" is americanized.

More fun (in my opinion) than ripstik/waveboard.
Seriously!
Anyone who'd see you on the streets with these will ALWAYS think it's super hard to learn, but really, it's not THAT difficult!

My feet aren't "restricted" unlike the ripstik/waveboard.

Don't mind the "eyesore" of a box design. The fun of the xlider surpasses the ugly design of the box.

I dunno if they'd start selling parts, coz the rubber padding is wearing off for me.
When I lent my pair to a friend, I think she rubbed the rubber part on the concrete floor.
Otherwise, the rubber pads would survive and not get damaged.
Very durable.
Easy to find/replace the wheels if they get worn out.

I replaced my wheels with lighting wheels, so I look like I'm floating on the air at night!

SUPER AWESOME!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brandon L. Buckman on August 19, 2009
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It just frustrating when you buy something, and its just not quite all there. If you look at the front of each board, there is a lip. My cover on one was missing, and with the ordering with Amazon, its super hard to get it fixed...plus for any who are ordering this, there is no red teather, rope, strap, whatever you want to call it. It simply doesn't come with one. Other than those two things, the board is cool, but crazy hard...make sure you can ride a rip-stick before you buy this, otehr wise you won't get the full enjoyment. peace
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A light in Pennsylvania on September 3, 2009
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PRO:

1. very good quality and lots of fun.
2. smaller turning circle than Ripstick/Waveboard
3. 2-piece design means easier to carry around.

CON:

1.you need a bigger foot to balance, therefore I won't recommand this to friends with shoe size less than 10. These friends can still enjoy Ripstick/Waveboard. The reason is that each foot has to balance a Xglider while 2 foot jointly balance a whole Ripstick/Waveboard.

2. The way how Xglider starts (toe-down) causes toes squeez into the front of the sneaker, very uncomfortable if not painful. Again Ripstick/Waveboard wins here. I will try to figure out how to start Xglider with toe up, just as I do with Ripstick/Waveboard.

3. four wheels means more friction. Again Ripstick/Waveboard wins here.

4. wheels are smaller than Ripstick/Waveboard, so it is harder to bust gaps on sidewalk.

Note: My results are from asphalt paved parking lot and average concrete sidewalk. If you play in skate park, you should fare much better.

Both Xglider and Ripstick/Waveboard has a hard time to deal with uphill. use skateboard or inline skate here. Scooter is even better.

At last, salute to Fusion for bringing this fun toy to us.
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