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Blade Check: Russell Day

Russell Day has been tearing up the streets of Southern California over the past few years and has clipped up some of the most stylish moves for his wheel and boot sponsors. The 28 year old San Diego native recently got a crispy new setup and wanted to share with our Be-mag readers some insight on what keeps him rolling ahead. Be on the look out for a new online part dropping soon.

Text: Kevin Chow
Photos: Jeff Linett


Boot: JBah 2014 Pro Adapt Brand Skate
Wheels: Red Paisley Circolo 59mm & Red on Black 43mm Circolo Anti-Rockers
Bearings: Titen Abec 7/Beyond The Ledge Speed Lube
Frames: Ground Control FTL3
Liner: Built in
Cuff: Built in/Carbon
Soul Plates: Symetrics Souls
Backslide Plate: Symetric Souls


Describe your personal blade set up:
LOUD ….. loud as I can get them…..while keeping it chill.

What parts do you wear through the quickest:
Frames…. But after a few months. Pretty light on my feet.

What part do you break most often:
Havent broke anything since riding Adapt.

Which parts are you paranoid about breaking:
None. Solid as a rock.

What spares/tools do you keep in your backpack:
Allen Wrench Set and Multi Tool.

Where do your parts go once you are done with them?
Distributed to my homies!

Flat or Freestyle:
URETHANE Anti-Rocker for life. Them plastic deals don’t do the job proper.



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