K2 Kinetic 78 Inline Skates 2017

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$105.00 (24% off)
K2 Kinetic 78 Inline Skates 2017, Black-Blue, 600
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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

Speed: Moderate - ideal for skaters going at a mellow to fast speed

Moderate - ideal for skaters going at a mellow to fast speed

Ventilation: Medium - moderate breathability, good for moderate distances

Medium - moderate breathability, good for moderate distances

 

The K2 Kinetic 78 inline skate is the introductory skate in K2's line up which makes them a great pair of skates for first timers or beginner to intermediate skaters looking for a great deal. The comfort of K2's original Softboot technology might just fit better than your favorite pair of sneakers which will give you hours of skating enjoyment. Inside the boot is an antimicrobial footbed to keep you feeling fresh when skating. You will also find an arch support in the boot which provides balance and support while skating. To add the pushing off support skaters need K2 uses their Stability Plus Cuff which offers great power transfer when you push off while also offering great ankle support. The K2 Kinetic 78 inline skates are absolutely fantastic skates offering technology to take your skating to the next level while not breaking the bank.


  • K2 Softboot
  • Stability Plus Cuff
  • K2 inline skates fit the same as your everyday athletic shoe size



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 Traditional Laces & Strap Maximum Wheel Size 78mm Wheel Configuration 78mm-78mm-78mm-78mm
Wheel Durometer 80A Bearing Grade Recreational Bearing Type ABEC 5
Speed Moderate Skate Frame Material Performance Composite Materials Frame Material F.B.I. Composite
Lining Material K2 Softboot Ventilation Medium Brake Included? Yes
Size Adjustable No Special Features Stability Plus Cuff Model Year 2017
Model Number I160204701 060 Product ID 410423 Shipping Restriction This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
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Great quality, can take a light beating. Good for around the block or longer distance skating.
 
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Great quality. True to size. Easy to put on. Good roller skates for beginners.
 
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Q: What's the size for the wheel axel so I can remove the brakes and have the wheel tight?
Asked : Jun 09, 2017
By : Steve, Appleton, WI
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A: Not 100% sure of the exact size but if you contact customer service they can order you a shorter axle. 888.271.7500
Answered : Jun 09, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Hi, I need 9 size. when it will be available
Asked : May 30, 2017
By : Satish, Chicago
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A: We currently are sold out of the size 9 and do not currently have any on order. If you are looking for a similarly priced skate we do currently have available in a size 9 check out the Bladerunner Advantage XT, Roces Dodge or the Rollerblade Zetrablade.
Answered : May 31, 2017
By : Chris
Q: My 11 year old grandson currently wears big boys size 7 rollerblades but they are feeling too tight. Looking at conversion charts, big boys size 7 appears to be men's size 7.5. His mother says he is still growing and suggested a mens size 8. Would this be appropriate for him?
Asked : Feb 14, 2017
By : Sue, Gilson, IL
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A: Inline skates are going to fit the same as everyday shoe sizes. It sounds like the size 8 would be correct based on the size 7 being too tight. With kids feet when they are still growing it's not going to hurt to go a 1/2 size bigger but anymore than that may become too large and cause fit and performance issues.
Answered : Feb 20, 2017
By : Chris
Q: hello, is this sizes us men size or uk size please?
Asked : Jan 24, 2017
By : lejong, Sri Lanka
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A: The sizing is in US Men's sizes.
Answered : Jan 24, 2017
By : Chris
Q: My 14 year old wants skates for the skate center... indoor... Are these for indoor or outdoor?
Asked : Dec 15, 2016
By : Penny, United States
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A: These skates can be used indoor or outdoor and will work well for either. I would recommend only using them indoors though, and if you are using them indoors and outdoors you will want to have 2 sets of wheels. When you skate outdoors the wheels will pick up debris which can make them perform worse indoors.
Answered : Dec 15, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Are these fixed wheels or can they be changed out if necessary?
Asked : Dec 08, 2016
By : Duck71, Oswego il
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A: The wheels are removable and can be replaced or rotated whenever you see fit. Please keep in mind the maximum wheel size is 78mm so you will want to make sure any wheels you replace the current ones with are 78mm or smaller.
Answered : Dec 09, 2016
By : Chris
Q: want to buy these for my son...hes 13 with size 11.5 foot. very wide feet. will this skate accomodate a wide foot?
Asked : Nov 03, 2016
By : Kate, United States
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A: At this time no inline skate manufacturer makes a "wide" skate. You can accommodate for width by adding in a heel lift to the rear of the skate. This will pull the heel up and alleviate some side to side pressure in the boot. In some cases it's best to go up a half size to accommodate for the extra width.
Answered : Nov 03, 2016
By : Chris
 
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