K2's Alexis Boa Inline Skate, featuring Comfort Technology, now offers the revolutionary BOA reel lacing system that gives you a dialed in fit resulting in a higher level of comfort, ease and most importantly, performance. Paired with Softboot Technology which provides you with the precision and accuracy of a hardshell boot with improved comfort and a lighter weight, the Alexis is a force to be reckoned with. Delivering quality, fit and high performance is K2's women's-specific Softboot fit which provides the Alexis skate with a fit so great that no woman would dare put their foot in a unisex hardboot again. A stable, medium length Die Cast Aluminum frame outfits the Alexis Boa and a Stability Plus cuff, with it's lighter weight and maximum support, bringing you the ability to skate harder and faster with the stability you need to stay on course.
Stability Plus Cuff
Die Cast Aluminum Frame
BOA Lacing System
Features Softboot Technology
K2's BOA Guarantee - If you are not satisfied with the BOA lacing system, after 10 days (but fewer than 30) you may return it to BOA Technology for a full refund
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
I prefer K2 brand skates and use them recreationally on the street. I had a ACL/MCL knee surgery. Running is discouraged because it promotes arthritis. Inline skating is great alternative. I skate with weights in my hands for a full body work out.
I got these skates to use on paved rail trails. I'm 56, not too fast. Don't know how to stop very well but, I'm pretty good going forward ;) These skates are very easy to take off and put back on when the trail gets a little hilly. They are very compfy. I don't know how long the tiny string laces will last, but right now its great.
The sizing on the k2 alexis boa with a soft boot is the same as my dress sandal 8.5, while the hard boot in the Rollerblade Twister, I needed my athletic shoe size 9.
Very comfortable fitness boot and skate. If you want to do more twisting and turns, I would recommend and urban skate, as the wheels are closer together on the frame and allow you to turn easier rather than go straight easier. Hard boots are probably not as comfortable, though.
I skate in an outdoor rink as well as on the street with these. They work fine for this 50 something. They are easy to put on and take off and not having to deal with laces is a plus. For the price you can't go wrong with these skates.
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