Bladerunner Pro 80 Inline Skates

$69.95
$120.00 (42% off)
Bladerunner Pro 80 Inline Skates
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$69.95
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Sku#: 251532P
Overview
Skill Level: Beg. Inter. - designed to help progression and to learn basics

Beg. Inter. - designed to help progression and to learn basics

Skate Type: Recreation - comfortable and stiff for newer skaters

Recreation - comfortable and stiff for newer skaters

 

If you're new to inline skating or it's been a while since you've put on a pair of skates, the Bladerunner Pro 80 Inline Skates are a good beginner/entry level skate. There are three parts to the closure system. The lacing system you can use to customize your fit, the Velcro strap can be tightened for heel retention and the buckle tightens for firm ankle support and fit. The Pro 80 is a great skate if you're hanging out with the kids or looking to skate locally. Most of all, the Bladerunner Pro 80 Inline Skates are a quality pair of skates that won't empty out your wallet.


 

Specifications
Skate Type Recreation Closure System Laces, Velcro Straps, and Buckle Maximum Wheel Size 80mm
Wheel Configuration 80mm-80mm-80mm-80mm Wheel Durometer 78A Bearing Grade Recreational
Bearing Type ABEC 5 Frame Material Composite Frame Lining Material Padded Liner
Size Adjustable No Model Year 2013 Model Number 0T206000 741 7
Product ID 251532      
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July 10, 2013
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They are great looking skates, but I've been too scared to use them, but they look really cool
 
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July 01, 2013
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Nice skate with lots of support.
 
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It is my first time skating but I feel very confidential with this one. I know I will be a real skater soon.
 
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Q: I'm a female, and I personally don't like the style of the women version of bladerunner pro 80. I'm a size 9 in women what size would this most likely fit me? and if its the wrong size what is the return policy? Would I be able to get an exchange if its too small or too big on me?
Asked : Jul 13, 2013
By : X.C
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A:Converting between mens and womens sizes in Bladerunners skates is simply bumping a whole size. If you wear a 9.0 in womens, you will want to go with a size 8.0 mens Pro 80 skates. If they don't fit, the shipment will include everything necessary for you to return the skates back to us for a full refund or exchange for a larger/smaller size.
Answered : Jul 15, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I wear a size 13 regular shoe, what size skate would you recommend to accommodate my foot comfortably while skating in the Bladerunner Pro 80 Inline Skates?
Asked : May 05, 2013
By : Raleigh
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A:When sizing for inline skates you will want to purchase them as close as possible to your athletic shoe size
Answered : May 06, 2013
By : Keith, Customer Care
Q: Are these men or women's US Sizes
Asked : Feb 04, 2013
By : Annie, Australia
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A:This particular set of Bladerunner Pro 80's are a mens skate and are sized in mens sizes. The womens version can be found here (http://www.inlineskates.com/Bladerunner-Pro-80-Womens-Inline-Skates-2013/251539P,default,pd.html).
Answered : Feb 05, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I'm purchasing for a male who wears a size 8 EEE (extra wide). Do these accommodate a wide foot or do you suggest I purchase a size larger? Thank you.
Asked : Dec 08, 2012
By : TD, New York
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A:As Bladerunner runs a bit small in the first place, you would most definitely want to order a larger size. For someone with as wide of feet as that, I would recommend looking for a 9.0 or 9.5 in the Pro 80 skates.
Answered : Dec 08, 2012
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
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