Inline skates for wide feet are a special type of skate that is designed to fit people with wider feet. These skates are typically made with a wider toe box, which gives the wearer more room for their feet.
Inline skates for wide feet can also be made with a thicker sole, which helps to provide more support for the foot.
Take your skating to the next level with the all new Roller Derby Q-84 Inline Skate! This skate offers superb comfort and a superior fit with an elite boot and memory foam padding. The advanced strapping will give you excellent stability and confidence as you skate.
With 84mm wheels, these skates are made for recreational and fitness skating. The Q-84 is the perfect intermediate inline skate to help you reach new goals!.
The shipping was an entire week early ! They came in no time ! 24 hours ! That was a surprise and then when I got them I was glad they fit ! I got a nine in women but thought about getting a 9. 5 but they fit great! I havent bladed in over 10 years but with practice Im confident I wont fall! I went down a very steep hill yesterday and Im sure I went over 40mph OMG the breaks work I used a lot of it on this hill ! Be careful if you havent rode in awhile ! Thank You for making me feel like a kid again.
Arrived today & returned them already. I’m normally a 7. 5 womens & got size 8. The fit was fine without being too loose. I simply didn’t like how they looked when worn. They seemed bulky & I didn’t like the plastic on the outer boot.
I wear a 6-6. 5. The 6 fit is great. I don’t find them bulky as someone else said. they’re rollerblades. I go 5 miles at a time. My only complaint would be that the wheels wear out quicker than I’d like.
But overall, great purchase, especially for the price.
The F. I. T. 80 features the vibration-absorbing Tec Composite frame that sucks up road vibration for a smooth rolling ride your skates need. Combine that with an ideal amount of support, provided by a Stability Plus cuff and the unmatched comfort of the K2 Softboot, and you have the best entry-level fitness inline skate ever designed.
The Good: These are great skates! The BOA setup is a total game changer, making tightening the boot on your foot a breeze including some mid-ride adjustments once your foot sinks into it a little more.
The 84mm wheels do a good job riding around the street and the wheel base is just long enough to give you a good sense of stability without hindering the ability to pull moves like crossing over your feet and so forth.
The offset of the base is perfect and I love the overall looks too! The Odd: Dear lord, who came up with the sizing, K2?! Here’s a true story that’ll make you scratch your head, I bought these for my wife and the K2 VO2 S 100 BOA Men’s for myself (from a different store).
My wife and I are typically 1/2 size apart with my feet being slightly bigger and wider. When the two pairs arrived, my wife’s feet were swimming in these and mine were mega tight in mine, so after a couple minutes we had the idea of swapping between us and what do you know? The “women’s” model is a perfect fit for a man’s foot while the “men’s” boot was perfectly sized for my wife.
HA! We just ended up taking each other’s skates, we’re easy going like and perfectly happy with the arrangement since the faster skates went to the slower skater so it evens us out. The Bad: The brake on these sits in too low of an angle from the wheel which kinda sucks because you can’t really stand on it with your full weight (used to do it with my previous Rollerblades), and compounded with the fact that the actual brake pad has the grip of charcoal it makes for r-e-a-l-l-y long braking distances if you’re at speed.
The angle is also not adjustable and being so low I also scrape it sideways every now and again when I pull sharp turns (like a slalom). The above might not be a problem for you if you’re not super aggressive (which I am), I’m pretty sure my wife would have never noticed any of the angle issues, only the brake pad friction coefficient problem.
OVERALL: Save the odd sizing, those are really excellent skates that are very comfortable, fast, stable and look great. Pricing is not cheap, but fair for the quality. The brake pad issue is pretty minor and can probably be solved.
The top part of the boot provides no stability. It needs another buckle strap at the top. When tightening the lace with the turn knob, it tightens around the feet, not above the ankle. The frame for the wheels is aligned to force your feet to angle in, rather than a true straight alignment.
Maybe good for beginners, but advanced and up will not like this role inward. The box did not come with tools to take the break off, and the nut is not the same as for the wheels. I cannot find a tool to remove the break, or instructions.
It is not as simple as taking the wheel off as the break is attached to the frame. With the break on it makes cross-overs a little sloppy if you are a good cross-over skater. Forget backwards or tricks too with that break on.
The boot “looks” nice, the wheels are adequately fast, but overall I do not recommend this skate for anyone over beginner level.
My 6y/o son loves to ice skate and is learning to play hokcey. We figured these would make a great gift so he can skate when we can’t make it to the rink. He had never been on inline skates before, but he took right to them.
They were super easy to adjust to fit him perfectly, and the fastlace closure system is so nice that I wish they’d put it on everything. The wheels roll smoothly even on imperfect driveway and street surfaces.
Time will tell if the bearings hold up well, but they seem solid for now. My son also loves the coloring/personalization feature of these. It’s a great idea to get kids to make something their own and hopefully stay interested in them until they outgrow them.
Fairy Floss colorway Ready to skate, no wearing-in required Durable plastic outer boot with comfortable, breathable, padded boot liner Easy entry buckle and lace combo 70mm 84a durometer wheels (also fits 72mm wheels) Abec-7 bearings Optional heel brake and two Allen wrenches included Wheels come with straight alignment, can be adjusted to rockered PETA-approved vegan product Padded collar and tongue designed for your comfort, with a hard-wearing, water-proof boot for maximum ankle support.
Our skates are made using PETA-approved vegan materials. Our inline skates are designed for recreational skating both in and outdoors. Optional heel brake and two Allen wrenches are included with your skates.
Instructions on how to install your brake, and more, are included in the enclosed User Manual.
I love these skates. They’re super comfortable and easy to clean because the sole comes out of the actual skate. They’re also SO CUTE. They color way is adorable. I love all of Impala’s skates because every color way is awesome, but this one was my fave.
I also ordered online and Tilly’s was really great with shipping. It came pretty fast and nothing was damaged. If you’re thinking about getting these skates, do it! Review Sweepstakes.
My inline skates arrived very quickly and they are even more beautiful in person then in the picture! They are very comfortable and I’m so happy that I was able to snatch them with such a big discount! BUT please, pay attention to the SIZE! I didn’t read the comments and ordered my normal eu size and they turned out to be too small ( or rather just right but not really comfortable to wear) And especially if you have wider feet and ankles… and many other people have the same problem.
long story short, I quickly ordered size bigger and they are perfect!.
These are my first pair of skates and I’m very happy with them. If you’re worried about sizing, Bayside offers assistance with returning and finding the right size. From my experience they are definitely true to size! My skates felt as tight as my Docs when I broke them in.
I haven’t skated much with them yet, but they are really sturdy and smooth to skate around with.
Soft boot support system with triple cam-lever buckle, push button adjustment system, and comfort fit paddingReinforced Polymer Frame76mm Urethane Speed Formula wheel The V Tech 500 Boy’s Inline skate adjusts from sizes six to nine, which is accommodating for youth with growing feet.
This skate provides support and stability with comfort padding and cam lever buckles that help your child get in and out of the skate quickly and easily without sacrificing a great fit. Roller Derby Skate Corp has been the leader in producing skate products for over 80 years.
Our skates are designed to perform as well as they look. V-Tech 500 Men’s, Black/White: Soft boot support system with triple cam-lever buckle, push button adjustment system, and comfort fit padding Reinforced Polymer Frame 76mm Urethane Speed Formula wheel ABEC 7 bearing Age Range: 3-7 years.
The only perk to these skates is price. Between the plastic frames, small wheels, narrow boot, non-supportive liner, lack of laces, and huge sizing discrepancies (I’m a size 6, and the 6 setting was even too long on my foot), I quickly put these skates down.
For anyone who may be wondering- the skates come with 76mm wheels on them, which is passable for smooth concrete surfaces (like basketball/tennis courts/outdoor rinks). However, as soon as you hit the asphalt, it makes for a very bumpy/unstable ride; especially combined with all the plastic components.
Overall, I’d say the skates are BARELY passable for hobby exploration and VERY basic skills-learning (like balance and basic moving mechanisms) for short amounts of time. If you’re wanting a beginner skate with room to grow in skill, look elsewhere, because you won’t get your money’s-worth out of these.
Watch out dicks sporting goods selling all kinds of skates as derby skates. These skates are NOT roller derby skates. I wish dicks hired people that actually understood the sports they are trying to making money off of….
Advantage Pro XT is an excellent recreational beginner model with pertinent features for complete comfort and control at a great value. This skate is ideal for someone looking to get a skate and is not sure they will continue to use it or just wants to buy something at a lower price with great quality and fit.
Bladerunner uses some of the Rollerblade know how of making skates but scales it down just a bit with little compromise to make it more affordable. The liner is very comfortable, the structure is supportive and the closure system locks the foot in the skate securely.
The built in composite frame design allows the skate to be closer to the ground for a lower center of gravity which helps beginners with stability, shock absorption and control. Wheel and bearing combo are perfect for the beginner so the ride is not as intimidating but still provides a smooth easy roll.
You may as well take 110$ and just light it on fire. These skates feel extremely cheaply constructed, are increadibly uncomfortable, the wheels showed wear after one use, the right skate upper was not properly alligned with the bottom portion of the skate making the skate uncomfortably angle inward.
I use inlines to efficiently excercise my dog. I have a pair of second hand twenty year old Roller Derby blades that I currently am having trouble finding a brake replacement. I thought why not buy a new pair? I bought these today and used them only once.
I will attempt to return tomorrow. If no return is excepted they will be donated or thrown in the garbage. Roller Blade should be ashamed of attempting to sell such garbage.
Bought these to replace ancient, excellent Rollerblade EVO 07 skates as the left upper cuff finally separated from the lower shell. I am 60 years old and skate about 1,500 miles a year (our city has miles and miles of 8-foot wide concrete bike paths.
) The Macroblade skates seem like they will work out well for me. Because I prefer 85A over the stock 82A on concrete, I transferred my old wheels to the new frames, which are aluminum, not molded plastic like the old skates.
They claim the metal frame offers better “power transfer. ” While I am still breaking these in, I think I can feel what they mean: I do think I am skating a bit faster but no timings yet during break-in.
They fit and ride differently than the old skates. Better leverage if you lean forward a bit more than I was used to. The old skates were US size 9 men’s and the new ones are the same, good fit. However, whereas the tighter the better with the old skates, I got foot pain just above my left arch almost immediately with the new skates.
I had them cinched way down, and I had to loosen them up a lot. And I mean a lot. The solution was to barely put any tension on the laces at all, and keep the Velcro strap very loose so the foot can articulate.
Upper ratchet is set very loose, too, but the skates are stable; seems these shells rotate much more in motion than the older ones, and require more play. Today was my second day on the new skates and my feet were OK after 40 mins, a little pain in my right foot but I think that’s just due to break-in.
My full route is just over an hour so I will continue to work up to that as I break these in gradually.
I ordered both the regular Zetrablade and Zetrablade Elite. I went with the regular Zetrablade because it has more of a secure fit and support due to the boot material it is made with, it is more sturdy compared to the Zetrablade Elite.
The Zetrablade Elite’s boot material though is much more breathable but it feels so flimsy and I personally don’t fell safe using it. When choosing an inline skate, you want your foot to be in a snug fitting skate when less movement; for safety and injury prevention.
So I went with the regular Zetrablade and returned the Zetrablade Elite. Hope this helps you with your buying decisions. God bless!.
These beginner in-line skates are ideal for short distances (up to 10 km). They are designed for men and women. Comfortable boot with the level of support and glide that beginners need for discovering the joy of skating.
These skates are extremely light weight and very comfortable. Although, the plastic frames and 76mm wheels are limiting my speed, they are good for now since speeding may not be a good thing for beginners.
Despite they fall in to the category of soft boots, actually the boot has very good protections to protected my toes for serveral bumps. After some times of training, I might want to buy a new pair of skates that allow me go faster.
I hope that Decathlon will produce 90mm x 4 wheel skates with alumium frames.
It’s a good product for this price, does its job well, and best for beginners who have never tried skating in their life. A learner newly introduced to the skating world will easily learn balancing, rolling, turning, jumping, etc on this skates as it has ABEC5 which are bit slow I think.
I think it’s slow because I myself learned to skate through YT videos and was able to roll smooth and fast within few days after which I wanted to roll with more speed. It’s wheels are designed for marbled surface(smooth surface which offers fast rolling) can also be used on road but will move slow and you will feel the need to upgrade the sakte to next model.
So I suggest it’s better to buy MF500 if you have a flexible budget or else this are also good if your budget is tight.
My son has outgrown his in-line skates and is still learning. This pair we got still serves him well as a training pair, and is performance-wise still good enough for him to use, if he gets more proficient.
It is durable enough for the knocks and abuse from learning how to skate. The padding is sufficient and comfortable enough. For the price, I think it is worth it.
NJ Pro is one of the best street skates anyone can ride. It utilizes all premium components, is durable and can also help riders learn tricks better. The NJ Pro has many features to help elevate ones street skating credibility.
60mm/92A Hydrogen Street wheels, SG7 Bearings and 42mm anti-rocker wheels provide rolling properties like no other. The Blank Liner is walkable and provides more than enough cushioning for street skating.
The Blank frame is built with the UFS (Universal Frame System) and has four replaceable soul and negative inserts that stick up above the soul plate to reduce friction when grinding. The cuff buckle, 45 degree strap and laces enable the feet to be properly supported.
Top of the line skate with top of the line features.
The Skates are awesome as any Rollerblades, well packaged but unfortunately they come in another Rollerblade Box, the Instructions are for other Model and also the Allen wrench is not the proper size, I’m guessing is for other model too, and last there is a size cushion that wasn’t on the Box either!!!.
Twister molded boots started the urban skate category and continue to be one of the best selling skates in the market. Twister Edge 110 3WD changes the game again. The new design, fit and level of versatility continue its reign as the benchmark skate in the urban skate industry.
The boot and liner work together to create a superior anatomical fit. The sole is designed with an Anti-Torsion Box to be efficient with increased control and stiffness. The 3WD frame and Hydrogen wheels round out the skate with speed.
The comfort, speed, control, ultimate lateral support, secure closure system, lateral sliders, shock absorbing padding in the heel and anti-microbial liner materials will definitely give skaters the edge.
The Brake does not typically come on these skates but one is available as an aftermarket item. (3WD Brake Support).
Love these skates! Well worth the $$$. Cannot say a single bad thing about them. I use them on my local bike trail and I have been able to comfortably carve down hills as if I were on skis! Such a comfortable and smooth ride, as well as ~quiet~ on the trail.
Going up hills is always hard on rollerblades but these negate lots of the absurd difficulty and make them doable and a fun challenge. The wheels are large but not huge so they clear bumps and twigs well and hold up at higher speeds without losing any sense of control.
The clear difference was when I went riding with my friend who just bought some impala skates. They’re cute and aesthetically pleasing but the 72mm wheels just could not keep up on any part of the trail, she was dripping and I didn’t even break a sweat after ~2 miles with some average hills.
Most reviews said to buy a size up and I personally hate that (just make a size the size you say it is 🙄). I normally wear a men’s size 12 shoe and bought a 12. 5 they fit super comfortably. Thanks to Peterglenn I was not at all worried about the possibility of sending them back for a different size, just didn’t want to (and didn’t need to! :)) These things have such great bindings your foot is suuuper secure.
I’ve noticed I have a bit of ankle pain from the lower binding being too tight (my fault). It helps to loosen that while tightening the higher one for more ankle security as my fat foot is already secure in the boot.
I love the look of the hard shell boot and removable liner. The Orange and blue is so clean I have gotten multiple compliments from people in passing. My current record on them is 13 miles in 1. 5 hours after a few weeks of having them.
Can’t wait to get even more comfortable in them break them in more and hopefully clear the full 30 mile trail. Also I’ve gone about 50 miles in these so far on decently smooth pavement with some rough spots here and there and the supreme wheels are still in incredible shape.
The Rollerblade Twister XT skates are very comfortable and the marked size of the skate was accurate. The skates provide good balance and stability. My first pair of real skates was the original Rollerblade Lightning (around 1990), and the Twister XT model brought back memories of that great skate.
The comfort of the liner in this new Twister is great. I have been skating with boots that fit quite differently for the past few years, and I after wearing the new Twisters I am going to ditch my older skates.
I liked the feel of the Twister XT so well, I am going to pick up the Twister 110 as well. It has the same boot design with a slightly larger wheel.
I love this skate! Skated 8 months on an entry level fitness skate and needed more out of my skates. These are a game changer. Super comfortable and the control I have over my movement is incredible.
They are so good it’s like my skills improved overnight! I use them to ride in the city, on paved trails, and to do some tricks like jumps! I did have two buy two pairs of skates due to the sizing recommendations to go up a size.
This is misleading. I wear a size 8, my last pair of rollerblade skates were a size 8. So I ordered a size up (9) and well. that skate was one size too big. So I ordered an 8 like I normally wear and it fit like a (snug) glove! That being said, if I measured my feet in centimeters and matched that to the size chart that would have put me at a size 7! So, if I went one size up from that like the instructions say that would put me at an 8 which was my proper size.
So do with that info what you will, all it did for me was cause me a headache, made me order two pairs of skates, and then I ended up just getting my regular size anyways. lol. Moral of the story: I LOVE THESE SKATES.
Zetrablade is the market benchmark for entry level skates. It features unbeatable support and comfort in its price range. Buying a first pair can be intimidating and confusing because the unknown of how much the skates will get used and what specs are necessary are some of the things beginners think about.
Rest assured, this is the ideal choice. The Zetrablade helps create a positive first experience making learning easier and more comfortable. The wheel and bearing mix are ideal for skating with very controllable speeds and response.
In addition, as one’s ability advances, the wheels can be upgraded to a higher performing 80-millimeter wheel for a faster ride. The secure closure system helps lock the heels and ankles in for a great fit and the frame is integrated with the shell to be as low as possible to lower the center of gravity which is a true benefit for beginners.
A better skate will make skating better and Zetrablade is a great first skating partner.
I bought this today and they were pretty good. I read the reviews and I was impressed. What I didn’t read about was the downside. They ride smooth. But of course when you buy a new pair of skates the wheels are always going to be a little to tight to pick up any reasonable speed.
When I asked the skating rink skate technician (yes, surprisingly that’s a thing) to loosen the wheels he informed me that due to the build of the skate he wasn’t unable to loosen much. He told me that since the plastic around the wheels are so close there wasn’t much leverage.
SO, I wasn’t able to pick up a decent amount of speed. If that’s a dealbreaker for me. For the price I bought it at I was dissatisfied when I wasn’t able to adjust it to my personal liking. The bottom of the skate is quite comfy IF you’re not standing and actually skating but the back of the skate is kind of tight and hard abasing the ankle no matter how safely you loosen the buckle.
I will be returning only because I would like an skate with more leverage and customizability. I think a skate shop would be a better option for buying skates anyway. But if you’re ok with low speed and still learning these are good for you.
I’ve had these for about a year and as you can see, I painted them blue and pink, and I already changed the wheels because they were a bit worn out. I actually used to rollerblade when I was a kid but not a lot, so it took me a bit to re learn it.
If you’re trying to get into rollerblading but don’t want to spend too much, I think these are perfect! I bought them on a deal at half off, so keep an eye for sales if you want to save a bit! Oh and I’m a 9.
5, and these blades are size 10, they fit great! Just make sure you tight them up really good (but not too much or you won’t feel your feet!), they tend to get a bit loose after rollerblading for a while.
PREMIUM SPEED SKATE for the fitness enthusiast and racer looking to train, exercise or simply advance their technique. This uniquely versatile skate can be either a mid profile fast skate or a race speed skate with premium components CARBON VENTILATED SHELL with vented soles is actually 2 skates in 1 with the removable cuff.
It maximizes power transfer with its slightly higher shell profile and design. ANATOMICAL PADDED PREMIUM LINER Two micro-adjustable buckles and speed lacing system make sure the feet and heels are securely locked.
When the cuff is removed, the fit and comfort is extraordinary. 3WD EXTRUDED ALUMINUM FRAME 320mm/12. 6″ is engineered to support the 3x125mm wheels increasing speed and maneuverability with a shorter wheel base.
It is also laterally adjustable to optimize balance for various stances and weight distribution. HYDROGEN 125mm/85A WHEELS made in the USA with a proprietary urethane formula to provide unmatched performance with less vibration, longer wear and a better roll.
Twincam ILQ-9 Classic Plus bearings ensure a faster and smoother spin.
Totally upset with my purchase 1) Received my skates and the frames out of alignment both by 20 degrees. It took me a skate session to get them close to perfect to skate on if I was a learning, would throw them back to the shop.
2) At the end of my skate session took my skates off and sliced my thumb open on sharp edge’s on the frames had get butterfly surgical stitches on my thumb. 3) Closer inspection off my revealed excess material had not been removed completely from both frames leaving razor sharp edges everywhere.
Took photos of the offending area’s and reported my issues to Bayside Blades still awaiting for a response. PS :- I’ve paid for a engineer to shave all edges off to 45 degree soft edges, then sent the frames to a spray painter to remove all Rollblade logos off & paint frame satin black.
Sharp-looking skates, high-quality look to them. Comfortable, quick. Only complaint, and a minor one, is that after using twice the cuff has begun to rub away at the rubber logo on the tongue. Shouldn’t have to tape it up to protect it, but it seems that I’ll have to.
They were the most uncomfortable thing that I’ve ever put on my feet. Extremely disappointed. And I had to pay around $20 to return them. This is why people keep using the Anti-American Amazon platform.
The F. I. T. 80 features the vibration-absorbing Tec Composite frame that sucks up road vibration for a smooth rolling ride your skates need. Combine that with an ideal amount of support, provided by a Stability Plus cuff and the unmatched comfort of the K2 Softboot, and you have the best entry-level fitness inline skate ever designed.
K2 Inline Skates Uptown 2021 The NEW Uptown has had a visual redesign and features a fresh look that strikes the balance of modern aesthetic and timeless style. With a rich, black upper featuring a gum sole and toe cap, the Uptown is a stunner that makes itself at home everywhere it goes.
That’s not to say this skate is all looks and no function. This lifestyle category classic still features the comfort of the Original SoftBoot reinforced with a ratchet buckle cuff closure for increased performance.
The short 243mm rocker-able aluminum frame with four 80mm wheels and ILQ-7 bearings delivers a smooth roll with unparalleled maneuverability.
I’m super happy with these skates. I grew up wearing K2’s in the late 90’s and while they weren’t perfect then, they were all I knew. Fast forward to today, I wanted to get back into to skating in my 30’s.
Where I live I don’t have super smooth roads so I got RB brand with larger wheels. I could never get them tight enough and felt off balance. They work but, I just don’t feel safe. So, I decided to try K2 again.
The reviews for the Uptown’s were really mixed; a lot of reviewers talked about a backward lean, a super stiff cuff, and I even saw a review where the ratchet strap was failing straight out of the box.
When I got them, it was difficult getting my foot in the boot. It is a really tight fit but, once my foot was in I was in love. It’s getting easier to get my foot in and out, which could be from breaking them in and/or strengthening my ankles.
I barely have to tighten the laces or the Velcro strap and I leave the ratchet strap about 6 clicks in. I think for others that have said it was too stiff maybe over tighten that ratchet strap?. My ankle is totally supported, unlike any other skate I’ve tried.
It makes me feel like I could do anything in these lol I like the insoles and so far have skated without any pressure points or pain anywhere. I have upgraded to a 90mm frame with a slight rocker and now they’re perfect for my roads.
I don’t notice a lean. Compared to the RB I feel way more grounded and flat. I guess growing up on K2’s make these just feel like home. To choose the right size for your foot, definitely take the time to step on a piece of paper, mark your footprint and measure from the longest points (that was from my second toe to my heel, my second toe sticks out longer than my big toe lol).
My feet are somewhat wide and some people say to size up- I didn’t. You can trust the K2 sizing chart. Interestingly, my old K2’s were a 9. 5 and my Uptown’s are 8. 5. I couldn’t be happier with the fit.
So far so good. I’ve skated twice with the Uptowns since receiving these babies last week. I skated on the K2 Trio S100’s for about a year. The Trios were fun, but I’m already appreciating the Uptown’s much better.
Feels good to be back on 4-wheels. The Uptowns are a lighter, more durable skate. I’ll keep you posted as I get more wear out of the Uptowns.
Got these to get back into inline after many years. Best looking skates I’ve owned. Fit true to shoe size with literally no break in period or sore spots. It came with the brake uninstalled which saved me some time.
They aren’t aggressive skates and i wouldn’t use them at a skate park, but for good looking recreational skates they really work nicely.
The raider skate is a great choice for kids who want to get into inline skating, and parents love them for their great value Durable frame 70mm wheels and ABEC 3 are the perfect combinations for safe speed with the right amount of spin Adjustable Five full sizes of adjustability will keep these skates in use for more than just a season For the boys of the house Product details Customer return.
Item may be fairly worn but functions properly. Item may arrive with damaged packaging or be repackaged. Signs of wear can include aesthetic issues such as scratches, dents, and worn corners. The item may have identifying markings on it or show other signs of previous use.
Item may be missing some parts/accessories. Missing parts/accessories, if any, are clearly defined in the following description. A few small scratches.
Excellent inline skates in terms of build quality, features, and adjustability. While these skates are pricier than the “regular” K2 Raiders, the extra money goes towards the speed lacing system which is, in my mind, definitely worth it – just like on my adult K2 F.
I. T. skates, one solid pull replaces at least 2-3 minutes of fiddling with laces and knots per skate and provides a secure fit for proper skating. This time saved quickly adds up when you’re skating a lot as a family – my son *looks forwards* to putting on his skates because they’re so comfortable! Add to this the great adjustability of the skates to accommodate growing feet (wide feet too, in son’s case), in addition to K2’s characteristic solid feel and support that their skates give, and these skates get a thumbs up from me with no downsides.
I bought these inline skates for both my 9 year old son and 7 year old daughter and love how great the quality is! They are very comfortable and the wheels roll smoothly! The LED lights on the front of the skates are awesome too! The kids love to turn the lights off and skate with lights on.
My 7 year old is new to inline skating and has been practising with a borrowed inline skate for the past few months and we finally decided to purchase him one. This is great for his age and ability. Easy to put on, looks good, good quality and comfortable.
Very smooth rides compared to the one he has been practising with he needs to master breaking properly yet! overall very satisfied with both quality and service. I hope it lasts him a good while. The ratings is based on using it for 2 weeks only.
The Kinetic 80 Pro skates are made for neophytes of inline skating. They are equipped with a Stability Plus cuff and ABEC 5 bearings for better comfort while skating. The Kinetic 80 Pro inline skates have a discreet speed lacing system, so you won’t tangle into your laces.
Durable, the Kinetic 80 Pro skates are an excellent and affordable choice for getting started with inline skates.
Fantastic! The website was easy to use and showed me accurately which blades were available. Easy to pay through pay pal and pick up was offered in a matter on days ! Product quality is high and being currently enjoyed.
Awesome pair of K2 Blades. I thought the picture looked like it was pink, but it was actually dark red, which I didn’t mind. They are so smooth and quiet compared to my old pair. I am very happy with my purchase and thought about buying a second set just to have for next time.
The Inline Skates Comfort from Hudora are easy to adjust from size 35 to size 40. In addition to the length, the width of the skates can also be easily adjusted. This ensures a particularly high level of comfort! The molded insole of these skates provides a secure and comfortable grip.
The inline skates are equipped with a step-in aid, speed lacing system and a wrist strap. The tool for setting the exact size is integrated in the shoe. These skates have a stylish design and reflective details.
Thanks to the impact-resistant nylon and the cast PU High Rebound wheels, the skates will last for years. The maximum user weight is 100 kilograms (size 35-40).
I bought these over a year ago so I can’t return them or get a refund at this point and I just put all of my issues down to “lack of skill”. It wasn’t just that. They don’t tighten enough to give the support I needed while I started, and they still felt too small? They’re just quite uncomfortable but I thought I’d get used to over time.
The clip on my right boot just doesn’t work. It didn’t cause any injuries, just made me a bit weary. One wheel got a massive hole in it within the first few weeks of skating in a SKATE PARK. The fact the wheels feel like cheese makes it pretty unsurprising.
The bearings are so slow that I’d get tired and struggle to gain speed. I’ve skated on quads for a while now and I have decently strong legs. The grind plate basically shredded after a few attempts on a metal rail.
Nothing too abusive, just some attempts on a mini-rail. In short, don’t buy these. I wish I didn’t. :).
Amazing company! My skates unfortunately never made (I assume it was stolen, as there has been problems with that in my neighborhood recently,) and Skatepro sent another pair, and I was skating for the first time in 15 years days later.
I have a $350 pair of pro skates, and the $150 Anarchy’s I purchased through SkatePro, and I favor the Anarchy’s. Comfortable, affordable, and fast. Only con I can think of would be that they are slightly heavier then my pro skates.
But it’s not noticeable at all. Thank you for being awesome, SkatePro!.
What can I say. These skates are very comfortable. I wear a size 10 shoe and was nervous about it saying the skate ran small – so I still ordered a size 10 skate and the skate was perfect. Really like that things can be upgraded easily.
The F. Available. 90 Boa Inline skate is designed with the true athlete in mind. This K2 soft boot can be fine tuned to fit you perfectly while you skate; thanks to the dialed in technology that the boa closure system provides.
The die-cast aluminum frame provides a stable platform for speed, with a wheelbase that is quite maneuverable, and the stability plus cuff delivers maximum support. With the F. Available. 90 Boa’s 90mm wheels, and its ilq-7 bearings, you’ll have everything you need to complete your fitness regimen.
They arrived early. They look amazing, very sturdy and the ventilated boot is great. I am yet to take them for a real long spin so I cannot comment on durability of all the pieces and features but they feel super high quality and they look very cool.
Size is perfect – I usually wear 10 or 10. 5 US , and the EU 43. 5 are just the right size. I like this brand, did my research and they seems to be the best value for money for blades that you won’t need to replace when you get to intermediate or pro level.
A true modern classic, the USD AEON 72 XXI is a modern classic that’s rewriting what’s possible in aggressive skates. Fast, light, and agile with a generous soul plate and a massive central H-block grinding area, the USD AEON 72 XXI delivers high-performance and unlimited fun in a fast, capable aggressive skate.
The groundbreaking unibody design of the AEON has revolutionized aggressive skating. By incorporating the boot and frame into a single piece, USD was able to reduce weight and lower the center of gravity, while providing excellent stability and control.
Ideal for the skatepark, the unibody concept allows for fast 72mm wheels while avoiding wheel bite. The skate includes a soft upper portion that makes the USD AEON 72 XXI easier to lace up and gives the skate a striking style.
With a comfortable, supportive dual-fit MYFIT liner, you can hit the skatepark and spend all day long carving bowls, grinding ledges, and getting big air in amazing comfort. Rolling on a flat setup with 72mm Team wheels and smooth WICKED ABEC 9 bearings, the USD AEON 72 XXI is ready to bring your aggressive game to a whole new level.
I want to love these skates, but they hurt so much. I generally wear a USA size 11W shoe. If a shoe doesn’t come in wide, I often purchase 11. 5 for a bit extra room. These skates are size 11-12. They were the biggest size offered.
My previous skates were size 12 Solomon ST-Ones & fit comfortably. The USD Aeons are so tight around the middle of my foot that it makes my pinky toe go numb. My foot fits in the empty boot fine, so it was suggested to me that the issue may be the liner.
My next step is to save up and buy some 2nd Skin liners, as I heard they are noticeably thinner and stretchier. The skate itself is great otherwise. Locking on to soul & groove tricks is a bit easier than with my old Solomons.
The ride is smooth. I recommend these skates to anyone for whom they will fit comfortably. If you have wide feet like me, be prepared to drop an extra $90 on some thinner liners or don’t bother. I was so excited for these skates, & this makes me very sad.
These things are great! They do soul slide slower at first, so wax rails until the soul area wears in a bit. As far as that huge grind groove goes, I’ve never had wheel bite or had problems locking on, its always been rock solid.
I did put on 8 new Dead 95a’s just in case though, it really wasn’t necessary but they provide great grip and don’t need rotations very often. The Wicked bearings are solid and fast with proper bearing spacers that don’t crush allowing free wheel spin.
Hardware is quality and strong too. Lastly I didn’t heat mold the liner because I don’t put expensive stuff in ovens, I’ve not had a blister or any comfort issues. These remind me of Oxygen Argon’s I used to have in the 90’s only these don’t weigh 10,000 tonnes, but they are tanks.
Got back into aggressive skating after 15+ years. Very happy with these skates. Fit true to size. I’m a U. S. 10/10 wide and the 10-10. 5 fit me perfectly, snug with good support. These fit and skate a lot like my old latimer thrones, so if you like the old thrones you’ll feel at home with the sway.
A few complaints, the plastic used seems a little cheap compared to my old thrones and salomons, not too bad, just not as solid as they used to be. A little bit of heel lift and forward flex, lace em all the way up and tie em tight and that fixes most of the issue.
The Tour VOLT KV2 Senior Roller Hockey Skates deliver maximum performance in a lightweight and durable package, coming in at a great price point. The quarter package of the VOLT KV2 Skates are constructed of Tour’s new Bionik technology.
This carbon-weaved material is lightweight and responsive without sacrificing great protection against blocked shots or slashes. This material is also incredibly responsive to heat-molding, helping eliminate negative space within the boot, for superior fit and feel.
No expense was spared on the interior of the VOLT KV2 Skates either. The Sensor Fit Pro liner and Relay Memory foam work hand in hand to deliver unparalleled comfort and durability for an enhanced skating experience.
The liner works to keep the foot locked into place to avoid any slippage, ensuring maximum efficiency in skating strides. Lastly, the liner will help wick moisture away from the feet, keeping players cool and dry throughout gameplay.
The pillow padding in the ankle is strategically placed to reduce ankle irritation and provide long-lasting comfort. Moving to the bottom half, the VOLT KV2 Skates utilize a Fuse split chassis. This lightweight aluminum-constructed chassis uses two larger rear wheels and two smaller wheels in the front, that help players stay in a more game-ready position for quick acceleration during skating strides and crossovers.
Paired up to the chassis are the new Kemistry Cyclonium wheels. These wheels are ideal for a variety of indoor surfaces like sport courts, wood, and so on, and will provide great grip and durability during hard skating.
Topping everything off are the Bevo Gold 9 Race Rated bearings for improved speed. Boasting elite-level performance, fit, and protection, get the best bang for your buck with the Tour VOLT KV2 Senior Roller Hockey Skates Two rear wheels are 80mm, two front wheels are 76mm.
Pros: look good & feel comfortable. Cons: soft wheels wear quickly on pavement & laces seem cheap. With ice rinks closed due to the global bummer, I needed a way to keep the power in my legs. The price range out there is as wide as Gordie Howe’s tooth gap.
I bought near the low end of the price range because 1) I’m a skateboarder so I wasn’t sure how much I’d use them and 2) my parents always bought me cheap stuff, which tended to work perfectly fine. Low & behold, my logic got me exactly what I wanted and without breaking the bank.
They look good and they’re comfortable. I’ve used them at least once everyday for the last month. I do have two complaints, but they’re minor: 1) the wheels are soft because they’re made for indoor courts, so they’re wearing away quickly.
After two days of use and about five or ten miles, the back wheel on each skate was significantly worn. Since then, the wheels don’t seem to have worn much further. But, when I bought the skates, I planned on buying harder wheels anyways if I ended up liking the skates.
2) The laces seem cheap. I feel like they won’t last the summer. Today when I was unlacing, I saw dust, like they are slowly disintegrating. Easy fix. Might get some waxed ones.
Out of the box and one skate on an outdoor court, they were in my son’s estimation good! We go to an inline tournament in Richmond and he can’t skate like I know he can and he keeps falling. Apparently the tongue pad and laces were creating very bad shin pain.
He is used to skating with FT2’s and we think that the type of boot on the Tour when asked to go hard was not the answer. 2 different boots and therefore we found out the hard way that he couldn’t skate with them.
Very disappointed but we tried them on and skated light but when asked to push the skate too much pain in shin. A very odd thing and maybe not the boots fault as much as we have to stay in a CCM OR BAUER boot.
Baked my skates and took them for a spin on the outdoor sports court I play on, very comfortable no issues with comfort. After several adult pick up games, and a few adult league play games. The skates are out performing my expectations.
As a adult, my game is aggressive and the skate are taking that to the edge. Really Impressed with the performance. If you can’t decide on a skate. this would be a good option, without breaking the bank.
I tried a slightly cheaper, different brand, about 6 months back and was disappointed. These skates filled the bill.
During summer of 2020, roller blades were tough to find due to Covid. Pro hockey life was selling these for way too high gauging the consumer. The boot is flimsy and lacks padding. The toe of the boot will not stay centered.
The wheels wore away on the pavement to the ball bearings in a handful of uses. True the wheels were not designed for pavement but this was not mentioned nor did they even attempt to hold up due to poor quality.
Ever since receiving these skates, my son has wanted to put them on as soon as he gets home from school and needs to be cajoled to take them off. They skate great. The adjustment of size is a little tricky.
I ordered theses with the intention of not useing them for hockey just to skate around with my little nephew outside on the pavement they work great and are even better the blades are confterable and fit perfect i still need to break them in abit but that will come with time.
You cant beat the price either for quilty and style free shipping and came extremely fast ordered Wensday came that same Friday id recommend this to anyone whos looking for a good quilty pair of skates im haveing a blast rolling around!!!.
There are a few different types of inline skates for wide feet that are available on the market. Some of the more popular brands include Rollerblade, K2, and Salomon. Each of these brands offers a different type of skate that is designed to fit a wide variety of feet.
The Rollerblade brand offers a variety of different models that are designed for wide feet. The Rollerblade Tempest 100 is a great option for those who have wide feet. This skate is designed with a wide foot bed and a roomy toe box.
This skate also features a supportive ankle cuff and a comfortable liner.
The K2 brand also offers a variety of different models that are designed for wide feet. The K2VO2 90 is a great option for those who have wide feet. This skate is designed with a wide foot bed and a roomy toe box.
This skate also features a supportive ankle cuff and a comfortable liner.
The Salomon brand offers a variety of different models that are designed for wide feet. The Salomon S-Lab Sense 5 is a great option for those who have wide feet. This skate is designed with a wide foot bed and a roomy toe box.
This skate also features a supportive ankle cuff and a comfortable liner.
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