K2 Athena Womens Inline Skates

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K2 Athena Womens Inline Skates
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Sku#: 178673P
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


K2's Athena Womens Inline Skates, featuring the Technology of Comfort, come equipped with the revolutionary Softboot. This patented technology provides skaters with the precision and accuracy of a hardshell boot in a new, comfortable and lighter weight design. Ideal for experienced to new skaters who, even as beginners, skate hard and appreciate versatility, performance and comfort. The Athena comes equipped with a Stability cuff with confidence building support in a standard cuff height that delivers just the right amount of support where you need it most. Its anatomical design has been contoured to match exclusively with a women's unique foot shape, creating a skate so responsive with a fit so great that no woman would dare put their foot in a unisex hardboot again. A medium length Tec Composite frame has a shock absorbing construction that takes away road vibrations while still creating great power transfer. Take it fast or take it slow, the Fitness style Athena Inline Skates by K2 are built for anything.


Skill Range: Beginner-AdvancedIntermediate


  • Standard cuff height and support
  • Medium length frame
  • Traditional wheel size
  • Stability Cuff
  • Tec Composite frame
  • Features Softboot Technology

Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.

Skate Type  Recreation Skate Cuff Height  High Skate Closure System  Traditional Laces
Closure System  Buckle, Strap, Laces Maximum Wheel Size  80mm Wheel Configuration  78mm - 78mm - 78mm - 78mm
Wheel Durometer  80A Bearing Grade  Recreational Bearing Type  ABEC 5
Bearing Size  608 - Standard Skate Frame Material  Plastic Frame Material  Composite
Lining Material  K2 Softboot Special Features  45 Degree Velcro Power Strap Model Year  2011
Model Number  I1001104040 Product ID  178673 Shipping Restriction  This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
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April 24, 2011

out of 5

I like the way the skates handle. I am a beginner, and have been using them in a rink. They are great, I am very happy with them. My foot is narrow, and I was concerned they would be too wide, but they are not. I would recommend them to ...Read More
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Grandma the Ska


March 26, 2011

out of 5

As a Diabetic I try to exercise regularily with a mix of activities. My new community has 82 miles of paved trails and inline skating was a good fit. I like the flexiblity and comfort of the boot. I hadn't purchased a new pair of skates sin...Read More
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November 09, 2010

out of 5

I love my inline skates, they were a perfect fit for my 8.5 foot! they are comfortable and stylish. I loved not having to go through the hassle of going to a store to get a perfect fit!
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Q: im new to inline skating. i have no idea of what size to get. my running shoes are 10, my regular shoes are 9 to 9.5. my right foot is fatter then my left. i need help with sizing please.
Asked : Apr 06, 2013
By : Joyce havent got a clue, Newport News VA
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A: Generally with inline skates you will want to size as close to your shoe size as possible, as they will break in about a half size after some use. Another way to get a proper fit is to measure your feet in a cm measurement and then take that to the brand specific sizing chart we have and that would be the size you need to order
Answered : Apr 08, 2013
By : Keith, Customer Care
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