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Children Skates

  • Price:

    Negotiable

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  • Total supply:

  • Delivery term:

    The date of payment from buyers deliver within days

  • seat:

    Beijing

  • Validity to:

    Long-term effective

  • Last update:

    2019-12-27 20:37

  • Browse the number:

    235

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Mobility Sport Development & Trading (Hong Kong) Limited
Contactaixin:

maiyitiyu(Mr.)  

Email:

telephone:

phone:

Arrea:

Beijing

Address:

3311 ROOM, IFS Building, Changsha City, China

Website:

http://www.microskating.com/ http://maiyitiyu.yczijia.com/

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SUPER URBAN

Urban skaters wanting to cruise the city in style now have the option of doing just that on the SUPER inline skate. The SUPER features colored customizable parts which can be interchanged to every skaters desire.

The removable side protector is larger than most skates on the market. This helps with protecting your skates from scuffing your actual boot.


Color

Upper

Cuff

Shell

Blue/Red/White/Black

Polyurethane and Leather composite

High Resistant Polypropylene

High Resistant Polypropylene

Locking

Frame

Bearings

Wheels

Safety lock buckle, 45 degree ratchet ankle buckle and Velcro toe strap

6000 Series High Quality Aluminan

Slalom PRO9

* 36-39: 4x76mm * 40-44: 4x80mm 85A Round profile Polyurethane Wheels


FAQ

What are freeride skates?

Freeride skates offer a high level of support and an incredible amount of control and maneuverability. These skates are extremely fast in short bursts and are quite easy to control without a brake.

Says Micro Ambassador skater


What is the difference between inline skates and aggressive skates?

Aggressive skates are identifiable from recreational or speed skates by a prominent gap in between the second and third wheels (The H-Block) which allows for grinds perpendicular to the direction of the wheels. ... Aggressive skates typically have much smaller wheels than a traditional inline skates. Says Micro Ambassador skater


http://www.microskating.com/