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Razor Black Label 3.0 Pro Kick Scooter - Dick's Sporting Goods

Razor Black Label 3.0 Pro Kick Scooter

Item Number: 21616446
Price: $139.99
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Buying Guide

For tough riders who demand high performance quality the Razor® Black Label 3.0 Pro Kick Scooter is the perfect choice. Featuring a 4130 CroMoly steel construction, a triple-stacked headtube clamp, an 83 degree headtube angle and 5 spoke red alloy core 110 mm high-grade urethane wheels, the Black Label 3.0 lets you dominate the skatepark with ease. Nail that next trick and stop on a dime with the extruded rear brake.


  • 4130 CroMoly steel kick scooter
  • 21'' x 18'' riser handlebar
  • Soft rubber grips
  • Threaded 110 mm compatible fork
  • Triple-stacked headtube clamp
  • 83 degree headtube angle
  • Extruded rear brake
  • 5 spoke red alloy core 110 mm high-grade urethane 84A wheels with RZR Pro 30 bearings
  • Full deck grip tape
  • Deck dimensions: 20'' x 4.25''
  • Maximum rider weight: 220 lbs.
  • Product weight: 10.3 lbs.
  • Assembled product dimensions: 27'' x 19.5'' x 4.3''
  • Ages 8+
  • Some assembly required
  • Manufacturer's warranty: 6 months from date of purchase
  • Model: 13018196
  • Razor

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-866-467-2967.

Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by do not buy I bought this scooter for my ten year old son and the deck snaped in half the second day when he jumped a 90 foot ledge. July 23, 2014
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