K2's Fit 84 Inline Skates are part of the Fitness Inspired Technology that will give you high performance, support and maximum versatility. The Fit 84 features the Original Softboot that will provide you with the precision and accuracy of a hardshell boot in a comfortable and lighter weight design. Ideal for experienced to new skaters who, even as beginners, skate hard and appreciate versatility, performance and comfort. The Fit 84 comes equipped with a Stability Plus Cuff, which is a lighter weight evolution of K2's Enhanced Stability Cuff, which offers you maximum support while remaining super light. A medium length Die Cast Aluminum frame remains stable at high speeds and with 84mm size wheels, any true fitness skater will surely enjoy the each stride no matter the speed.
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Great skates. Certainly a step up from my 23-year-old Rollerblades.
The one bummer was that after only ~15 uses, the metal ring for the velcro strap came completely loose from the body of the skate. I'd be surprised if I pulled the strap closed harder than anyone else -- skates need to be tight to be fast and safe.
Replacing the skates was easy enough, but I guess I would have expected not to have to pay for return shipping for a manufacturer defect. "No hassle", sure, but I would have expected "No pay" for this defect. And I did end up paying quite a lot for expedited shipping to get it to SF in time for a trip.
As soon as a got the skates, put it on and can feel the difference compared to my old pair Rollerblade 78mm. This skate is smooth and comfortable, great balance and maneuverability. It looks solid might hold for quite a long time. I am very much satisfied with my purchase....
A: The K2 FIT 84 skates do indeed fit true to size, so if you wear a size 10.5 shoe you should order a size 10.5 skate. If they do not fit, we offer a No Hassles return policy, in which you can send back the skates, in any condition, up to a year from the date of purchase for a refund, exchange or store credit.
Answered : Feb 04, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: How would i remove the brakes
Asked : Dec 06, 2013
By : Matt, Fort Lauderdale,FL
A: While we don't recommend removing the brake for safety reasons you can quite easily. The first step is to remove the rear axle of the skate the brake is on. With the axle out you can swing the brake up towards the heel of the skate. At this point a quick twist should free the brake from the frame. You will need to make sure you reinstall the rear axle with the brake spacers or spare, shorter, axle that came with the skates.
Answered : Dec 09, 2013
By : Thom, Product Specialist