A British brand that makes affordable stunt scooters. Have we struck gold or better is there a heaven on earth? We review Two Bare Feet’s 360 Pro – their vision of an introductory stunt scooter.
Two Bare Feet are British. They spring from the heart of the English Riviera, Torquay. For over two decades these fellow Brits have worked towards providing an alternative to the big international brands within board sports. They choose their products carefully to minimize the impact on our environment. Another great virtue this company strives for is their excellent customer service.
Immediately you notice what great eye-candy the 360 Pro is. The combination of blue and black colours are a pleasure and we absolutely love the design of the grip tape (plus the striking and awesome Two Bare Feet logo). So the visuals on this beast are excellent. When our box arrived we noticed that assembly and dismantling of the stunt scooter is a very simple and easy task. You don’t have to be an engineer to assemble this awesome ride. Kids will have no problems putting it together, and even most adults should be up to the task…
Although all the specifications on this stunt scooter are somehow ‘average’ in comparison with high end competition, the quality of the materials used are to a great standard. The 360 pro is sturdy and smooth. Some might say it is heavy but it gives a very smooth ride and can withstand heavy abuse in the skate park. So why have they giving it the name 360? That is because the threaded headset and the frontwheel have a 360 spin on them. From now on your 180s and 360s are easily done.
What bugs us a little bit with the 360 Pro version are the plastic core wheels. Although they have your great ABEC 9 bearings, making the wheels plastic gives it a slightly cheap feeling. Despite being plastic wheels the scooter still offers a very smooth ride. A point of discussion is the heaviness of the materials used. Some people like a light scooter especially when performing high end tricks and the speed it can reach. Others might like a scooter that is sturdy and can withstand heavy use. The 360 Pro is built especially for heavy use by rambunctious, energetic youths, so walk away if you are looking for speed.
Overall at the price they are selling this scooter and the quality it contains we can conclude that the 360 is the introductory stunt scooter to buy. And as a major plus, it is British!
- Bars: 1 piece alloy T4 & T6 heat-treated 26” & 14.5”
- Deck: Robust 4” width
- Fork: Heat-treated gussetted box tube
- Wheels: 100mm 88A PU super high rebound.
- Grips: PRO hand grips
- Clamp: Heavy duty quad
- Headset: Standard headset
- Bearings: ABEC 9
- Grip Tape: Full length custom graphic
- Brake: Lightweight foot brake
Pros and Cons
|Perfect introductory stunt scooter||Plastic core wheels|
|Easy to dismantle|
4 wheels out of 5
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- CLAMP - Heavy duty Quad Clamp with threadless Headset // GRIP TAPE - Full Length Custom Graphic Xtra Grip
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