A type of rollerblade/aggressive skate "boot" as such, but has shoes that are made to fit in it seperately. A very strange looking blade, and filled with controversy.
"i have a pair of xsjados, and they are teh shiznitch"
Pronounced "shadow," Xsjado is a new aggressive skate company whose mantra includes constant evolution. The boot is designed to be the most adjustable fitting system in the business, but its eccentric design is still up for debate among bladers. All of their boots make use of the UFS concept, so just about any frame can be coupled with any Xsjado boot. The skates have received much praise for their light weight and large grind space. They are often criticised by non-users, but the Xsado riders have been giving the brand nothing but thumbs up.
The defining feature of the Xsjado boot is their footwrap concept. Instead of a traditional liner, Xsjado skates use a specially designed shoe that snaps into the boot. The mechanism is very similar to the strap in binding systems popularised by snowboard companies. The footwrap design saves weight and allows for closer tightening than normal boot designs normally allow. Reviewers have enjoyed this feature, saying that it makes the skate feel more like a shoe and less like a clunky extension of the body.
"Did you see those new Xsjado Farmer boots? They look crazy!"