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Rollerblade Crossfire 90 Inline Skates

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Designed and built for the serious fitness skater looking to go from cruising to participating in advanced fitness training activities. Rollerblade has created this pair of Crossfire 90 Inline Skates with men in mind. The slimmer boot is soft and made of a Crossfire true wrap that has graphics on the wrap and cuffs. You will experience durability along with a superior fit from the specialized 5 star fit liner with memory foam. Fast, smooth and effortless gliding is what you will have each time that you take to the road, track or surface to begin your cardio pumping distance skating. The Lo-balance magnesium frame is tough, stiff and durable, allowing you to skate farther, faster and easier with less effort. This pair of Crossfire 90s will feel like a custom skate each time that you put them on because the boot closure of a cuff buckle, power strap, speed laces and lace lock will equally allow you to adjust to the perfect fit every time. The magnesium frame has less flex and movement, this reduces the amount of energy that is lost when energy is transferred to the wheels. This low profile boot with the cuff buckle and high end components will be the essential part of your inline skating while providing you with support around your ankles for lateral movements that are key to start and end with a great cardio pumping workout.

 

Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Advanced


 

  • Crossfire True Wrap Shell
  • Supportive, High Performance Skate

Skate Specifications

Skate Type: Fitness
Skate Cuff Height: High
Skate Closure System: Speed Lace System
Closure System: Cuff Buckle, Powerstrap, Speedlace and Lock
Maximum Wheel Size: 90mm
Wheel Configuration: 90mm - 90mm - 90mm - 90mm
Wheel Size: 90-99mm
Wheel Durometer: 84A
Bearing Grade: Performance
Bearing Type: SG 7
Skate Frame Material: Metal or Metal Alloy
Frame Material: Lo-Balance Aluminum
Lining Material: Specialized 5 Star Fit
Brake Included?: Yes
Size Adjustable: No
Special Features: Laterally Adjustable Frame
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2013
Model Number: 073106 00 956 240
Product ID: 296850
Rollerblade Crossfire 90 Inline Skates

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From : abq, nm
Date :
PROS :
  • Smooth Ride
  • Supports Ankle
  • Comfortable Fit
  • Fast
CONS
BEST USES
4.0
great value
Comments:
I am a newbie and have no previous experience with a comparable product. I am now putting in 10 miles at a time 3 times a week on good asphalt trail. I do consider the skates to be performance oriented and at the current price they are the best value I was able to find. The quick lace is in my opinion quite convenient after a couple of rides in them. The ratcheting system is also quite convenient but is made of light plastic. I give the skate 4 stars instead of 5 because of that and the lateral adjust feature. I got the crossfires and also a pair of activas. Each pair had one skate that wasn't quite aligned. I think I took a hard spill on the crossfires because of it. It is easy to adjust this. (Well I needed a hammer and a block of wood on the crossfires but the acitvas were very easy) Very small adjustments seem to make very large impressions. So before you set out on a long skate, make sure you have them aligned the way you like. The alignment does seem to hold well once set as you like.

Overall, I find this to be a high quality skate and a great value.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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From : Tucson, AZ
Date :
PROS :
  • Lightweight
  • Smooth Ride
CONS :
  • Weak Strap Fastenermount
  • Fastening System Bizarre
BEST USES :
  • Youth
  • Indoor Roller Rink
1.0
Buy K-2
Comments:
Don't buy, get comparably priced K-2. Design of strap mount weak and broke at only 60 miles. Tightening of skates via straps and laces very tedious and over complicated.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • No, I would not recommend this to a friend
 
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From : Miami
Date :
PROS :
  • Stylish Design
  • Lightweight
  • Fast
  • Smooth Ride
  • Comfortable Fit
  • Supports Ankle
CONS
BEST USES :
  • Street

4.0
Fast skate
Comments:
Very fast,
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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From : tx
Date :
PROS
CONS
BEST USES

4.0
crossfire reveiw 90
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I was skating for 2 years on an old garage sale pair of skates. Then i got the c.f.- 90 , about 5 months ago. first thing the speed is great . 2nd the ease of putting them on nice. 3rd support of your foot is great. I have no complaints.... jt
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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From : Dallas, TX
Date :
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CONS
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5.0
Great pair of blades. Thanks!
Comments:
I've been learning to skate and these are very comfortable
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
Was this review helpful? : Yes  (1/ No  (0)
 

From : Holland, MI
Date :
PROS :
  • Ankle Strap
CONS :
  • Speed Laces
BEST USES

4.0
Great Skates
Comments:
The ankle strap is nice and can be tightened on the fly. The speed laces are ok, but if your not careful they can loosen up while you skate. I liked the my old rollerblades that had the speed cable that you just pulled, but the 90mm wheels make older roads tolerable.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
Was this review helpful? : Yes  (1/ No  (1)
 

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Q: Ive been recreation for years and I want to try taking up the skate park. I've tested the boots and found them very comfortable. I want to know if I can use aggressive frames on these and expect good performance. With pads, I don't expect them to take much punishment, but I think I would prefer to use these boots than a hard shell boot.
Asked : Jul 29, 2014
By : Ish, Columbus, GA
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A: Unfortunately the frames on the Rollerblade Crossfire 90 skates are not removable and could not be replaced with an aggressive skate frame.
Answered : Jul 30, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: YOUR BUYERS GUIDE VIDEOS (2012 & 2013) STATES SG-9 BEARINGS - THE 'SPECS' PORTION SAYS SG-7 BEARINGS. WHICH IS CORRECT? ALSO, IS THE FRAME MAGNESIUM OR ALUMINUM? THANK YOU.
Asked : Jul 18, 2014
By : Robert, United States
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A: The 2013 version of the Rollerblade Crossfire 90 will have SG-7 bearings and a magnesium/aluminum blend frame for added shock absorption.
Answered : Jul 19, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: How does the "laterally adjustable frame" feature work?
Asked : Mar 25, 2014
By : Mike C, Livonia, MI
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A: The bolt that holds the boot of the Rollerblade Crossfire 90's can be loosened, and allow for slight adjustment of the angle on the frames themselves. This way, if your feet do not point perfectly straight, you can adjust them to allow for a perfect angle for your feet while skating.
Answered : Mar 27, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Are the stock bearings 608 7mm or 8mm? Is the stock bearing spacer the long or short version? What is the axel size? Can this frame support 84mm wheels or is it limited to 90mm?
Asked : Jun 04, 2013
By : The Bacchic One, Dunk City, FL
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A: The stock bearings on the Rollerblade Crossfire 90's will be 8mm, as will all Rollerblade brand skates. They will have a longer spacer and an 8mm axle as well. The frame is designed with a straight set up and will work well with 84mm wheels, although I would not recommend going shorter than that size as the brake will likely rub while skating any smaller sized wheels.
Answered : Jun 05, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: On the Rollerblade Crossfire 90 Inline Skates 2013, What is "speed lacing" ? Is the same as the K2 speed lacing, where you just pull up to tighten the laces?
Asked : May 06, 2013
By : Bob, Baldwinsville NY
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A: The speed lacing on the Rollerblade Crossfire 90 Inline Skates are where you will pull up to tighten the skates, but not like the BOA system that K2 offers
Answered : May 06, 2013
By : Keith, Customer Care
Q: Can I buy and install new frames that will allow for 100mm wheels to replace the 90mm frame? I love the boot but want bigger wheels.
Asked : Apr 30, 2013
By : JD
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A: Unfortunately the Rollerblade Crossfire 90 inline skates do not have a removable frame and would not be able to accommodate the 100mm wheels. My suggestion is that if you like the boot of the Crossfire 90's and would like 100mm wheels to check out the Crossfire 100's instead, as they have the same boot but the larger frame.
Answered : Apr 30, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Can the break be removed off of the skate to reduce some weight and from getting in the way?
Asked : Mar 10, 2013
By : Ehockey
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A: Yes, you are able to leave or remove the brake from inline skates if you do not wish to have it on the skate.
Answered : Mar 11, 2013
By : Keith, Customer Care
 
  

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