Razor Wild Style Kick Scooter, Blue

December 5, 2013 - Comment

Based on the original Razor A kick scooter, the limited-edition Razor Wild Style kick scooter adds fun and exciting graffiti graphics to the frame and deck, making it ideal for everyone hip city dwellers, celebrities, businessmen, kids, and more. The Razor kick scooter was one of the most talked-about, in-demand, and best-selling items of 2000,

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Based on the original Razor A kick scooter, the limited-edition Razor Wild Style kick scooter adds fun and exciting graffiti graphics to the frame and deck, making it ideal for everyone hip city dwellers, celebrities, businessmen, kids, and more. The Razor kick scooter was one of the most talked-about, in-demand, and best-selling items of 2000, winning the prestigious Toy of the Year award from the Toy Industry Association. Not only did the scooters catch on quickly, they also became an integral part of American culture, evolving alongside bikes and skateboards into a classic mode of transportation for kids and teens alike. The Razor Wild Style is made of aircraft-grade aluminum, a sturdy material that holds up to use and abuse through the years. Its T-tube and deck, meanwhile, fold up into a compact footprint, so riders can fit the scooter inside a bag or carry it at their side when riding isn’t appropriate (it weighs around 6 pounds). And thanks to the 98mm inline-style urethane wheels (with new 14-spoke hubs), ABEC-5 bearings, and patented rear fender brake, riders will always feel smooth and in control when kicking along the sidewalk. The Razor Wild Style is recommended for ages 5 and older.

Product Features

  • New Limited Edition Graffiti Kick Scooter based on the original A Kick Scooter!
  • Highly decorated with fun and exciting graffiti graphics from frame to deck
  • Original 98mm deep Urethane wheels with ABEC-5 bearings and all new 14 spoke hubs
  • Patented aircraft-grade aluminum T-tube and deck design folds conveniently for transport
  • Patented rear fender brake for quick stops

Comments

Eric A. Huang says:

BEST RAZOR PRODUCT YET! The Razor Graffiti scooter is almost the same as the A model (which at 1st I thought was the best Razor product ever) but is even better. Although this isnt mentioned in the product description, it has a shock-free spring underneath meaning it easily can do huge jumps without snaping the deck or hurting your wrists. The foam handle grips are 2 times as thick as the A model so the foam doesnt rip off. The deck sports full grip tape which I thought was no different then the A models partial grip tape but full grip tape is way better it doesnt slide away from your feet so you can do better tricks and you wont slide off while riding in the rain or when the ground is wet, which is a big problem on the A model. Lastly the design is awesome, you have to see it in person. you’ll have the best scooter on the block!!!!

Lillian T. Shinsato says:

Great first scooter! This is a great introduction for a young child to the sport of scootering. At the lowest handlebar setting, this deck is short and light enough for a 4 year old to learn to kick, balance and brake. My daughter really digs the graphic art decorations.If your child is 6+ and just starting out in scootering, I would highly recommend spending a little more to purchase the original Razor Pro model (not the X,XX or XXX because these don’t have adjustable height handlebars), or the new Razor A4, which is nearly identical to the Razor Pro, because these scooters are much more solid and have wider, longer decks (although they are heavier). With care, the Razor Pro/A4 will last into adulthood because the decks are rated up to 220 lbs. vs. 143 lbs with the Razor A1-A3 and Wildstyle.In case anyone is worried about the review that said the deck was too small – I don’t agree. This deck is big enough for even an adult to ride! If someone complains that the deck is too small,…

Anonymous says:

My daughter likes it but My six year old daughter likes the scooter. Only one negative that I can see. The space to put your foot on when riding the scooter is a little bit smaller then in the cheaper older model razor scooter. Oh well.

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