Good wheels and frame. Comfortable padding that is vented to help keep your feet cool on hot days. Fast. Larger wheels help you go over debris and bumps more smoothly. A good way to start with speed skating. Good for going long distances.
These skates require a skill level that makes them not the best choice for beginners.
Hard boot offers great support. Liner is comfortable. Boot is well built. Delivers quickly. Has a good ride. Includes a brake. Includes laces and a double buckle.
These blades tend to run about a half-size small.
Wheels designed to hold up to wear and tear. Hard boot protects your feet and provides support. Beginner skaters will feel comfortable. Bigger wheels makes the bumps of regular streets and sidewalks easier to take.
There are no brakes on this model.
Good performance on this less expensive model. Well made. Provides good ankle support. Smooth ride. Locking mechanism works well. Comes with a brake. Designed to provide stability.
The wheels on these skates could be better. You may find yourself changing them out for better wheels.
Lower boot, but not a speed boot height. Good value. Comfortable wear. Good fit to size. Decent quality for the money. Arrives on time. Younger skaters will be pleased.
The wheels seem to wear quickly on this model, particularly near the brake.
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