CNC milled in Denver, Colorado USA from a solid block of aluminum makes for an incredibly stiff frame.
Stainless steel bearing contacts are more precise and will not wear or become damaged from repeated installations of the wheels.
The axle bore is more precise and true when made out of individually milled stainless steel pieces.
Longer axles are used so that 5 full turns of the single piece axle are engaged when the axle is fully seated, axle spinout is never an issue.
All axles are inserted from the right side so that they "spin tighter" during skating.
Removable heel riser allows for heel height adjustment, the skater can reduce the heel rise until the minimum boot clearance over the 100mm wheel is
Arched bridge design creates maximum strength and reduced weight. The Xenan DVA weighs in at 243 grams without axles.
Perfectly round stainless steel bearing shoulders are bonded onto the
anodized aluminum. (see close-up picture below)