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Bladerunner Fury Aggressive Skates

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Bladerunner Fury Aggressive Skates
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Overview

Skill Level: Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Skate Type: Aggressive - short wheel base, designed to take a beating

Aggressive - short wheel base, designed to take a beating

Wheel Setup: Straight - best landing platform and stability for tricks

Straight - best landing platform and stability for tricks

Durability: Moderate - ideal for newer aggressive skaters

Moderate - ideal for newer aggressive skaters

 

The Rollerblade Fury aggressive inline skate boasts a fat soul construction that is designed to make it easier to do sequences and slides, as well as give you more stability for grinds. The Rollerblade Fury is for intermediate or beginners riders. The heel shock absorber prevents vibrations in the skate while hucking gaps and riding park all day. 60mm wheels offer a smooth roll and decent speed when you need to get going whether on a ramp or on the streets. A Coolfit liner is also included to keep your foot securely in place and cool and dry as well. These great features will have you staying out longer and having a lot more fun.


  • Chassis: UFS
  • Thick foam padded liner
  • Heel shock absorber

Specifications
Skate Type  Aggressive Skate Cuff Height  High Skate Closure System  Traditional Laces
Closure System  Locking Buckle/Laces Maximum Wheel Size  60mm Wheel Configuration  60mm - 60mm - 60mm - 60mm
Wheel Durometer  92A Wheel Set-up  Straight Bearing Grade  Recreational
Bearing Type  ABEC 5 Bearing Size  608 - Standard Frame Type  UFS Composite
Skate Frame Material  Performance Composite Materials Frame Material  Composite Outsole Material  Composite
Exterior Material  Plastic Shock Absorber Type  Heel Shock Absorber Liner Type  Thick, foam padded
Lining Material  Coolfit Liner Tongue  Not Specified Special Features  Grind Block
Model Year  2015 Model Number  0T209600 100 5 Product ID  156188
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I just started rollerblading and this is the best Rollerblade out there for first time rollerblader's. I would recommend this to anyone. Great wheels and great Rollerblade all around.
 
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They're very fast and comfortable. The wheels spin excelently, though when I did recieve them, they were scuffed up quite a bit.
 
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I love them. They are very comfortable.
 
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Q: Can i change the wheels part (wheels and the thing that holds them) to powerblading? Is it compatible?
Asked : Sep 20, 2017
By : FERNANDO, Huelva, Spain
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A: The frame is UFS (universal frame system) so it is interchangeable with other frames. I wouldn't personally recommend this skate for powerblading as it is on the entry level side and doesn't offer the kind of support and performance you're going to want out of a powerblading skate.
Answered : Sep 20, 2017
By : Chris
Q: if i am a size 10.5 would a size 11 skate work? found a pair used but if they will be to big want to get the right size and get new ones
Asked : Apr 13, 2017
By : jacob, United States
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A: I wouldn't go too big, if your feet aren't growing then there is no sense in buying a skate that is not in your size. In these skates you might even take a size 10, I remember these fitting a bit big. Wait for something to come along that is the correct size and you will not regret it. A skate too big can lead to blisters and sore feet.
Answered : Apr 18, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Do these skates fit your actual size or do they run big or small ?
Asked : May 12, 2015
By : Looptty, New York city
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A: These skates are going to run the same as shoe size. For example, if you are in a size 10 shoe you will want a size 10 in these skates.
Answered : May 13, 2015
By : Chris
Q: If I'm a size 10 in men what size should I choose ? And also are theses skates good for ridding in the streets such as New York city/The Bronx
Asked : May 07, 2015
By : Looptty, New York city
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A: These skates are going to run the same as shoe size so if you are in a size 10 shoe you will want a size 10 in these skates. These skates are built to take the abuse of skating outdoors and on the streets. Please note these are aggressive skates made for aggressive skating, if you are doing regular skating it would be recommended to go with urban skates as they are built strong but have larger wheels for skating longer distances.
Answered : May 07, 2015
By : Chris
Q: If I am women's U.S. size 5 what size should I choose ?
Asked : Mar 23, 2015
By : Hope, Tampa
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A: These are sized in men's sizing so you will want to drop a full size which would put you in a size 4 in this skate.
Answered : Mar 24, 2015
By : Chris
Q: If I I'm 7 size in us what size I need to use for this skates
Asked : Aug 25, 2014
By : Pedro the pitex
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A: If you wear a size 7.0 in your running/tennis shoes, then you would want to go with a size 7.0 in the Bladerunner Fury skates.
Answered : Aug 26, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: The wheels are made of polyurethane?
Asked : Aug 25, 2014
By : Pedro the pitex
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A: The wheels on the Bladerunner Fury aggressive skates, as with all aggressive skate models, will be made with a hardened polyurethane.
Answered : Aug 26, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: how much do they weight?
Asked : Aug 04, 2014
By : kli
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A: The Bladerunner Fury aggressive skates will weigh approximately 4.8 lbs per skate.
Answered : Aug 05, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Is this one good for riding on streets like asphalts? I heard the aggressive are not good for riding down the streets of asphalts, is that true?
Asked : May 18, 2014
By : Guto, San Francisco, CA
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A: The Bladerunner Fury aggressive skates, as with all aggressive skates, will not be suitable for travel even over short distances. They will be designed to be used in park and for performing tricks.
Answered : May 19, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: How long are the laces?
Asked : May 17, 2014
By : Type 1
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A: The laces on the Bladerunner Fury aggressive skates will be ~27" long.
Answered : May 19, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
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