This is what you get when you cut two pieces off a skateboard and attach wheels to each piece. Introducing Freeline Skates invented by Ryan Farelly, these things are supposed to be ridden like a snowboard by twisting your body side to side and turning your feet in/out. They are made from 2 independent aluminum skates, traditional skateboard grip-tape, and 72M custom grade polyurathane wheels. After watching the videos on Freeline’s website, it seems the tricks only trick that can be done safely, are 360 turns. If your’e into extreme sports or just a risk taker, purchase your own pair from Freeline for just $129.00. Source: [Freeline via GadgetMadness]

This is what you get when you cut two pieces off a skateboard and attach wheels to each piece. Introducing Freeline Skates invented by Ryan Farelly, these things are supposed to be ridden like a snowboard by twisting your body side to side and turning your feet in/out. They are made from 2 independent aluminum skates, traditional skateboard grip-tape, and 72M custom grade polyurathane wheels. After watching the videos on Freeline’s website, it seems the tricks only trick that can be done safely, are 360 turns. If your’e into extreme sports or just a risk taker, purchase your own pair from Freeline for just $129.00. Source: [Freeline via GadgetMadness]