The Fatty Pro aggressive skate from K2 was given some changes to improve its quality. The softboot design of the Fatty Pro incorporates a combination of breathable, comfortable, and flexible materials that fit and function like a second skin while substantially reducing overall weight. The result is a skate that keeps your foot securely positioned while ripping up the terrain park, as well as extremely comfortable. The reduced weight of the Fatty Pro is also a great benefit because it will allow you to propel higher off ramps and jumps and also reduce fatigue. This K2 inline skate has an easy to lock soul plate and is UFS compatible. This means that the frame is designed for street and park skating. So if you are a skater who likes to show off tricks and stunts to your friends in the park, the Fatty Pro skates will be a great choice for you.
Flex, Fit, Design
Classic cuff offers the maximum amount of power and support
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Back in the 90's I was doing a lot of aggressive skating and my favorite pair of skates were the K2 Fatty's. Life happened and since about 1999 I hadn't skated. My 6 year old twins started skating this year and I had to get out there with them. I couldn't see myself wearing a regular pair of fitness skates so I ordered a pair of Fatty's from Inlineskates.net and it took me back to the good old days. I may not be doing rails and ramps anymore, but I still can skate. I would recommend these skates and this website to anyone.
This is a great skate, i love it. It is comfortable and soft while still keeping great support on the ankle and foot overall. Looks greats and rides great, i definitely recommend this skate to anyone starting aggressive skating.
I'm a noobie as far as aggressive skates are involved, and I did quite a bit of research before getting these skates. I had heard a lot of good reviews about these skates-- about how great they were for beginners on the scene, so I figured I'd give it a shot. Skates arrived, and I couldn't be any happier. I love these skates. They are a bit heavy, but I'm still getting used to it all, so it could be just me, but I personally love these skates and prefer them over recreational skates. Also, my friends love borrowing them, and I'm a senior in high school, if that tells you anything.
great skates need to buy smaller wheels in the Middles and get better berrings. Solar grinds feel a bit unbalanced at first but very stable when you compinsate. Carving is a pain to stop. Can be fixed with softer wheels. Buy a hex protector because you will need to slow down.