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K2 F.I.T. 80 Inline Skates 2015

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The all new K2 F.I.T. 80 Inline Skates are fitness inspired technology skates that have been designed for the fitness skater that wants to experience the speed of an aluminum framed skate. The F.I.T. 80 features a medium length Tec Composite frame that is maneuverable and stable at high speed while also being rigid enough to give you better power transfer and a better feel of the terrain you are skating on. The Original Softboot gives you the best fit liner out there today. The Stability Plus cuff is supportive, lightweight and has been sculpted for speed and comfort that will allow you to skate all day long without getting tired. Laces, Velcro Strap and buckle closure allow you to get a tight, accurate and comfortable fit that will keep you feeling good for as long as you skate.




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Skill Range: Beginner-AdvancedIntermediate



Skate Specifications

Skate Type: Recreation
Skate Cuff Height: High
Skate Closure System: Traditional Laces
Closure System: Traditional Lace, Strap and Buckle
Maximum Wheel Size: 80mm
Wheel Configuration: 80mm - 80mm - 80mm - 80mm
Wheel Size: 80-89mm
Wheel Durometer: 80A
Bearing Grade: Recreational
Bearing Type: ABEC 5
Skate Frame Material: Plastic
Frame Material: Tec Composite
Lining Material: Original K2 Softboot
Brake Included?: Yes
Size Adjustable: No
Special Features: Stability Plus Cuff
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2015
Model Number: I140201101 070
Product ID: 330152
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
K2 F.I.T. 80 Inline Skates 2015

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From : Alberta Canada
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PROS :
  • Protective
  • price
  • lightweight
CONS :
  • Uncomfortable
  • Strange Center-line
BEST USES :
  • Indoor Skating
  • Casualrecreation Only
  • Outdoor Skating
  • Exercise
3.0
Price is nice, but for beginners only
Comments:
Bought these to skate alongside young kids on bikes. Used to blade regularly over 10 years ago - decided to get back into it with an entry level skate. These blades are a good price, and look very nice - in fact they don't seem that much different from higher-priced models. In use, it's another story. My first blades were higher-end Rollerblade* brand, boot type, with multiple buckles. These K2's *do* offer less ankle support, but for me that's a non-issue. What is the strangest thing (for me) with these skates an unnatural feel with the centerline of the wheel assembly. To me, it just seems "off". I get an inward 'slant' to the wheels - I normally skate with my feet reasonably close together. I experimented in the garage and found that the only time these felt "right" was with my feet two-feet apart. Then it hit me - this might be actually a design consideration, since many newb's keep their feet further apart. I have no idea. I hope I can return them for a different model. The build quality is good, the boot design is nice, they strap up easily enough, but after 1 hour on these bad boys the best thing about them is getting them *off* of my feet. I would love to try some of the higher level K2 skates, since I have wide feet and the K2 boot seems to be more "wide foot friendly" than other brands. Also, these skates are *not* designed for maximum efficiency. They seem to drag quite a bit up inclines - then again I had ABEC7 bearings and harder wheels on my older blades. If you're new and these don't hurt your feet they would be a great value. If you have a bit more experience, I say skip on the FIT 80 and spend a bit more money than I did on these.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • No, I would not recommend this to a friend
 
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Q: Is there any sizing difference in this skate that I need to be worried about? I wear a 13 and I don't want to have to return them if they don't fit.
Asked : May 27, 2014
By : Runner learning to skate
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A: The K2 FIT 80 inline skates will fit true to shoe size. If you wear a 13.0, you should order a 13.0 in this skate for an optimal fit both now and once the skate breaks in.
Answered : May 28, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: What skate could you recommend for someone over 200 pounds and less then two hundred dollars.
Asked : Apr 27, 2014
By : Bigseand
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A: Instead of the K2 FIT 80 skates, which have a composite (plastic) frame, I would definitely recommend one of the other models that has a metal frame of some type. The Rollerblade Macroblade 84's or the K2 FIT 84 BOA's would both be excellent options for a heavier skater under the $200 price point.
Answered : Apr 28, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: what is tec composite? and do plastic frames wear out quickly? should i be looking for metal or aluminium frames?
Asked : Apr 17, 2014
By : noobsk8er
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A: The Tec-Composite frames on the K2 FIT 80 skates will be a durable, hard plastic frame. Generally speaking for newer or recreational skaters the plastic frames will not be a bad option. They only wear down quicker for either heavier (200 lbs+) skaters or those putting more abuse (jumps, tricks, etc) on their skates.
Answered : Apr 22, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: How do I switch the brake from the right boot to the left boot?
Asked : Mar 31, 2014
By : Paul Rycheck, Tampa, FL
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A: You will need to use an Allen wrench to remove the brake axle and then pull the brake housing from the right K2 FIT 80 skate. From there you should be able to attach it to the left skate.
Answered : Apr 01, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: What is the maximum weight this skates can hold?
Asked : Feb 16, 2014
By : Ej
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A: With a TEC Composite frame, I would not recommend anyone over 175 lbs use the K2 FIT 80 skates.
Answered : Feb 17, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: what is the max wheel size that I can put on this skate?
Asked : Nov 26, 2013
By : Christian
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A: The maximum wheel size for the K2 F.I.T. 80 Inline Skates (2014) is 80 mm.
Answered : Nov 26, 2013
By : Community Answer
 
  

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