- Shell: High Quality polypropylene, Total ventilation, Replaceable slider
- Closure: Two micrometric buckles, Laces
- Shock Absorber: Integraded shock absorber device
- Boot: EES Easy Entry System, Anatomical padding, Mesh Anatomical
- Frame: Extruded aluminium, 2 arch design
- Wheels: Roces 110mm 85A
- Bearings: ABEC 11
- Spacers: Aluminium
- Axles: Zero Clearance
- Good but... Recensione di M4RC1N
I have bought a set in size 8 which is a size more than my shoes and the same size as K2 inline skates I have.
The overall quality seems fine for an infrequent user or for casual to fitness rollerblading. The hard boot is too tight in general and the left one specifically in the ankle area - it hurts my left ankle to the point that I have to wear an ankle protector. The insole on the other hand is on the thin side. In general nice-looking inline skates but less comfortable than my K2s.
Putting the skate on and removing them is a hard job that takes time and requires certain force to apply that i wasn't expecting.On the other hand for that price it seems like a reasonable trade-off., although, truth be said, it should be said straight away - not as good as other inline skates that cost about at least £100 more (I bought these in the UK for £159.95).
If you wonder if you should buy them here is my advice: if you can spend more, buy more expensive ones. If you are on a strict budget, as I had set up for myself, buy these but maybe two sizes up.
Otherwise, on these skates, I do between 3 miles (4.8km) in the morning as part of my fitness routine to 9-12 miles (14.5-19km) in the evening, on a mostly rough tarmac, and in principle it is a good experience.
The wheels are large enough to skim over the cracks, fast enough to enjoy the ride and manoeuvrable enough to stop panicking when something unexpected happens.
The max speed I managed to achieve on a flat area was about 18mph (29km/h).
Since living in the UK means that you roll whenever the weather is OK (translation: infrequently), these skates seem like a reasonable choice but the trade-off is annoying and sometimes frustrating. (Posted on 24/08/2020)