At the moment all frames are sold out and we expect more frames in june!
The P-73 Pic® 3 wheel frame set. Like the 994, is equipped with a highly finished rockered frame, specially designed "Geneva" wheels and ultra smooth ABEC 7 bearings and P-11 Ball PIC. The shorter blade may be favored by skaters with shoe size 7.5 and under. (Set includes 2 frames, Ball Pics, "Geneva" wheels, ABEC 7 bearings, mounting kit and instructions.)
Questions & Answers
How does it work?
Works like an ice skate (no hockey stops or forward "Ts").
Can I buy the frame set and mount it to my skating boots?
Yes, there are 2 frame models to choose from:
4 Wheel Frame
1. Professional - Model 994
The 4 wheel frame is recommended for sizes 9.75 and larger.
3 Wheel Frame
1. Professional - P-73
The 3 wheel frame is recommended for sizes 9.25 and smaller.
How do I know what size skate outfit to buy?
Send or fax a tracing of each foot done in the standing position and we will apply that measurement to our size chart. Also, state your street shoe size.
Will I get edges like an ice skate?
Yes, you will experience inside, center and outside edges.
Question: How do I know what size frame set to buy?
Answer: Using a cloth measuring tape, measure the sole length (toe to heel) on the boot you intend to mount the PIC® Frames to. Subtract 1/4" and order that or the next size smaller. PIC® Frames come in 10 sizes: 7.25", 7.50", 8.25", 8.75", 9.25", 9.75", 10.25", 10.75", 11.37" and 12.12".
Question: Will I be able to do one footed spins on PIC® Skates?
Question: Will I be able to do jumps on PIC® Skates?
Answer: Yes. All edge and toe jumps are performed on PIC® Skates up through double axel as well as back flips.
Question: Will I be able to do footwork maneuvers on PIC® Skates?
Answer: Yes. Virtually every maneuver such as Ina Bauers, three turns, brackets, rockers, eagles, choctaws, etc., can be performed on PIC® Skates.
Question: Can I attach PIC® Frames to my plastic inline boots?
Answer: Yes, however you will need a spacer for the heel. We recommend you have your local skate shop make the installation.