5th Element Stella Plus Womens Inline Skates 2017

$129.99 (38% off)
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Skill Level: Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Skate Type: Recreation - comfortable and stiff for newer skaters

Recreation - comfortable and stiff for newer skaters

Speed: Moderate - ideal for skaters going at a mellow to fast speed

Moderate - ideal for skaters going at a mellow to fast speed

Ventilation: Medium - moderate breathability, good for moderate distances

Medium - moderate breathability, good for moderate distances


Get increased bang for your buck, the 5th Element Stella Plus Inline Skates are a slick looking, stylish and well-constructed skate when you are looking to go out and have fun while perfecting your skills. It has a subtle yet cool style and the comforts to match. An Aluminum Chassis is great for power transfer so you will not get fatigued as early and the ABEC 9 Bearings help keep the speeds up and going with each stride. The Soft Boot will keep your feet in good shape and you can lock yourself in with the laces, strap and buckle so that you have all the support and stability you need. A ratcheting ankle strap adds to the support and stability so you can get that just right fit you have been searching for. Excellent for the more experienced skater who is looking for a little more speed, the 5th Element Stella Plus Inline Skates offer tons of value and lots of fun. When you want performance and fun, no other skate at this price point can offer you the same thrills and functionality as the Stella Plus.

Skate Type Recreation Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Traditional Laces
Closure System Buckle, Ratcheting Strap and Laces Maximum Wheel Size 84mm Wheel Configuration 84mm - 84mm - 84mm - 84mm
Wheel Durometer 82A Bearing Grade High Performance Bearing Type ABEC 9
Speed Moderate Skate Frame Material Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material ALU
Lining Material Not Specified Ventilation Medium Brake Included? Yes
Size Adjustable No Special Features Stitched Toe Cap Model Year 2017
Model Number PW-150AT 37 Product ID 424871   
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December 27, 2016

out of 5

My daughter wanted inline skates for Christmas. She is at that age where the entry level would not do. We found the 5th Element Stella a great next step. They are stylish with bright fun colors, and comfortable. She loved the comfort an...Read More
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October 04, 2016

out of 5

This is my first inline skate and I am very happy with it. Performs well outside and at the rink, very comfortable, works for tricks and "speed" (my speed, anyway..) I wear a size 9 - 9.5 shoe and ordered a 9 and they fit well. I would defi...Read More
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August 10, 2016

out of 5

I'm glad the people at inlineskates explained the difference between the Stella and the Stella Plus. The Plus has a ratcheting ankle strap instead of the velcro ankle strap on the regular Stella. I don't like the velcro on my old skates and...Read More
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Q: I just got these but I can't figure out how to loosen the bottom ratcheting strap it only seems to tighten. Anyone know how to loosen??
Asked : Jun 02, 2017
By : Jessica, United States
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A:You have to pinch the top and bottom of the strap where it feeds in. This will release it. Once you figure it out once you will have no issue doing it each time but the first time can be a bit tricky.
Answered : Jun 05, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Hi, my shoe size varies from 7 1/2 to 8 and the only sizes available are 7 or 8 what size of inline skates should I get>
Asked : Jan 07, 2017
By : sandy, south gate, california
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A:It depends on the fit that you are looking for, going a 1/2 size down won't necessarily be too small but will be a tight fit. I take my skates down a 1/2 size but I prefer a very snug performance fit. Going a 1/2 size up in most skates won't mean you'll be swimming in the skate and if you're a beginner skater looking at beginner to intermediate level skates you;ll be OK going with the larger size. Now, the 100% accurate answer would be to find a skate that is available in a half size and go with that but if the skate you are interested in doesn't come in 1/2 sizes then please use the information above to make the correct decision based on the fit you would like.
Answered : Jan 09, 2017
By : Chris
Q: what is the bearing spacer size?
Asked : Dec 13, 2016
By : Indy, United States
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A:These inline skates use the standard 608 size bearing which is an 8mm bore
Answered : Dec 14, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I'm heavy set and have wide feet. I know all skates have to be broken in, but will these skates expand enough to fit me and is there a standard weight limit for them?
Asked : Dec 02, 2016
By : Kala, VA
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A:At this time no inline skate manufacturer makes a "wide" skate and all are a pretty standard width. Your best bet would be to go with a men's skate since these will be a bit wider just by design. The skates will take some time to break in, and if they don't break in enough to give you the perfect fit then you could add an aftermarket footbed or a heel lift. The heel lift can be used to alleviate some of the side to side pressure since it will pull your foot up in the boot.
Answered : Dec 05, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I want to order these blades. I normally wear an 8 1/2 shoe, should I order a size 9 blade. I don't want them to be way to big?
Asked : Oct 23, 2016
By : Kim, Gilbert, AZ
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A:If these were a high level skate the size 8 would be ideal to give you a performance fit but since these are more beginner to intermediate geared skates you will be fine taking them in the size 9. This will allow for a comfortable fit without the skates feeling too snug.
Answered : Oct 24, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I live in a city, a spacious NorCal city. I'll be using the skates just around the city, kinda going wherever. Taking the bus here and there. I'm still uncertain about the difference between urban and recreation. Are recreational skates not good for sidewalks? I checked the buying guide and it was mentioned that 80-84mm skates were recommended for a city setting. Would these skates be okay for that?
Asked : Sep 05, 2016
By : Deezy, CA
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A:These skates will be just fine in a city setting. The smaller diameter wheel (84mm) will give you great control while still offering smooth speed when you need it. Urban style skates are also designed for the city but they were originally intended for skaters that are hard on their skates and put their skates through a lot of abuse. You could use an urban skate but for leisurely skating around the city a recreational skate is just fine.
Answered : Sep 06, 2016
By : Chris
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