Man-made shoes. Comfort-fit boot has reinforced heel stabilizer. Padded collar, laces, and hook-and-loop power strap. Tru-Tac chassis. 54 mm clear urethane wheels with Pro Core bearings. ABEC 7. Youth sizes. Decent padding.
May run small, so keep this in mind when ordering. Not recommended for roller derby.
Mid-top boot height. Padded collar. Man-made uppers. Comes with a pair of pink and pair of white laces. Lightweight nylon plate. Double action trucks. Adjustable speed strap. Indoor/outdoor wheels. Non-adjustable, non-marking toe stops. Epic ABEC-3 8 mm precision speed bearings. Choice of colors. Toddler and youth sizes.
Wheels do not roll continuously like more professional roller skates.
Reinforced comfort-fit boot. Heel stabilizer. Man-made boot. Constructed with padded collar, laces, and hook-and-loop power strap. Tru-Tac chassis. 54 mm wheels are clear urethane with Pro Core bearings. ABEC 7. Youth sizes. Decent padding. Comfortable. Lighter in weight than most rental skates. Youth sizes.
May run small, so keep this in mind when ordering. Not ideal for roller derby. Wheels do not turn particularly freely.
Lighted Indoor/Outdoor 54mm cast urethane wheels. Lace boot closure with hook-and-loop speed strap. Lightweight Torsion Beam chassis. 608Z Excellerator bearings. Fixed toe stops. Choice of colors. Comfortable.
May run at least a full size small, so keep this in mind when ordering. Ball bearings can be temperamental.
Easily adjusted for stability. Motion-activated LEDs with more than 500 hours of battery life. Pure urethane wheels. for indoor and outdoor skating. Solid urethane toe stops for fast and safe braking. Features ABEC 3 full precision bearings. Pure urethane wheels that are perfect for both indoor and outdoor skating. Adjustable steering trucks. Collars are padded and boots are lined for comfort.
No toddler sizing, just child and youth.
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Quad roller skates, like these speed skate options, are made with two wheels in the front of the skate and two wheels in the back. While they look similar, these speed skates are generally lighter and less bulky than their rental roller rink cousins. When considering speed skates for kids, pay attention to the fit (many options run very small) and the ability for the wheels to move freely. Many of these skates are not ideal for roller derby, either, so pay attention to recommendations. We advise that you purchase skates with ample padding.
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