Razors Pro Korey Waikiki has got the magic skills when it comes to switchups. Watching him play with a p-rail or grind box will make you wonder what the difference is between his tools and yours. Well, let’s take a look.

Boot: A6s
Wheels: Circolo
Bearings: Titan
Frames: White Ground Control Featherlites
Liner: Jug liners
Cuff: Standard black Razors Cuff
Buckle: White, love white buckles.
Soul Plates: Black
Backslide Plate: White

Photo: Eliot Delgado

Photo: Eliot Delgado

Describe your personal blade set up:
I really just like a clean cut looking skate. Not really into the flashy setups that people often do.

What parts do you wear through the quickest:
Probably my soul plates or my wheels.

Which parts are you paranoid about breaking:
Frames definitely. I’ve never broken a pair but still kinda scares me.

What spares/tools do you keep in your backpack:
I try and keep wheels on me at all times and extra buckles just in case.

Where do your parts go once you are done with them?
I usually hook up the little homies that skate in my area or toss um if they’re too messed up.

Flat or Freestyle: Freestyle for sure, I’ve never skated flat.

Anything you plan to change on you current setup?
Honestly not too much I would want to change. I love Razors and I could literally skate them out of the box so it’s like if it ain’t broke don’t fix it kind of thing.

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Johannes Jacobi
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