K2 FIT 78 Inline Skates

$79.98
$200.00 (60% off)
K2 FIT 78 Inline Skates
  • Photos
(13)
4.713
|
$79.98
$200.00 (60% off)
Adventure Points Rewards Members earn 80 points with this purchase
This item is currently out of stock
This model is no longer available.
Sku#: 252280P
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

 

The all new K2 Fit 78 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 Fit 78 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.


  • Medium Length Composite Frame: the smoothest ride possible
  • Stability Plus Cuff: for stability and control



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

 

Specifications
Skate Type Recreation Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Traditional Laces
Closure System Laces, Velcro Strap and Buckle Maximum Wheel Size 80mm Wheel Configuration 78mm - 78mm - 78mm - 78mm
Wheel Durometer 80A Bearing Grade Recreational Bearing Type ABEC 5
Skate Frame Material Plastic Frame Material TEC Composite Lining Material Original Softboot
Brake Included? Yes Size Adjustable No Special Features Stability Plus Cuff
Model Year 2012 Model Number I12017050 Product ID 252280
Shipping Restriction This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.      
Recommended Items
Reviews
4.7

out of 5

download image
5  Star
 9
4  Star
 4
3  Star
 
2  Star
 
1  Star
 
  • 4.7
100%of customers
Recommend this product 13 of 13 Reviews
 
13 Reviews
  • 0.0
  • 0.0
  • 0.0
  • 0.0
Customer Images Page 1 of 1

SORT BY:

Conrad

 

 
March 21, 2014
5.0

out of 5

5
I love these, they were actually so soft that I actually had to get a pair smaller than my regular shoe size for them to stay tight on me.
 
Was this helpful?
00
 

Dave

 

 
March 17, 2014
5.0

out of 5

5
I have only gone out a few times, but so far the skates are great. I mainly skate on a paved trail that goes a few miles with some random human obstacles. The skates are easy to control, and fit well on my feet and ankles.
 
Was this helpful?
00
 

Jadie

 

 
January 30, 2014
4.0

out of 5

4
My son loves these skates. They look cool, are comfortable, and are fast. A great beginner inline skate!
 
Was this helpful?
00
 

SORT BY:

Questions & Answers
Sort By :
Questions
Displaying questions 1-9
 
Q: Are these good skates for someone with wide feet? I recently purchased a pair of Rollerblade Spark 84's for my husband, getting him a size 11, though he is a 10 or 10.5. He said they were too tight. How is the fit for the this particular skate and what size should I go with...an 11 or 12?
Asked : Jan 01, 2014
By : KM
Know the answer? Answer this question
 
A:These skates are on the wider side of inline skates. However, if they were too tight in the width sizing up to a larger size will not help. When you do this the widest part of the skate moves further forward on the foot than the widest part of the foot so they continue to be too tight and are harder to control. For a wider fit look at the Rollerblade Spark 80 or the K2 F.I.T. 84. If he has a EE width foot or wider you may want to consider the DOOP Classic, which is an inline frame that allows you to use your shoes, ensuring the width will not be an issue.
Answered : Jan 02, 2014
By : Thom, Product Specialist
Q: I am really interested in buying this product, in fact the only thing I am worried about is what size skate to get. I wear a size 12.5-13 shoe and dont know if I should go bigger or smaller boot. Thank you
Asked : Apr 15, 2013
By : Mike
Know the answer? Answer this question
 
A:If you are in between sizes, with the K2 FIT 78 (or any K2 model) you should definitely go with the larger size. In this case, go with a 13.0 for the best fit.
Answered : Apr 16, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
You are using a web browser we don't support. Please use the latest version of one of these browsers
 
Don’t Miss Out!
Get exclusive email sneak peeks and the latest on upcoming sales, exclusive offers and events. Plus we’ll throw in a special perk, just for signing up.*