Rollerblade Maxxum 90 Urban Inline Skates

$219.93
$349.99 (37% off)
Rollerblade Maxxum 90 Urban Inline Skates
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Sku#: 335165P
Overview

Skill Level: Advanced - lots of versatility in design, support and type

Advanced - lots of versatility in design, support and type

Skate Type: Urban - built for the city and zipping around busy sidewalks

Urban - built for the city and zipping around busy sidewalks

Speed: Fast - faster speed skaters who like a good workout

Fast - faster speed skaters who like a good workout

Ventilation: Medium - moderate breathability, good for moderate distances

Medium - moderate breathability, good for moderate distances

 

The Rollerblade Maxxum 90 Urban Inline Skates combine a fusion of superior lateral support, comfortable padded liners, and a versatile wheel setup that can be used for commuting, cruising, or training. The vented, molded hard shell provides plenty of support, paired with Specialized Fit liners that ensure comfort for all activities. Wearing The Rollerblade Maxxum 90 Urban Inline Skates, they provide secure comfort and performance that allows you to challenge your skate. The extruded aluminum frame can fit up to 90mm wheels and enables excellent power transfer and stability. These skates come with the new Rollerblade Hydrogen Wheels that enhance your rolling experience and produce good speed with the Rollerblade SG9 Bearings.


  • Flexible Lightweight Cuffs
  • Standard Lacing
  • Shock Absorbing Heel

 


Specifications
Skate Type Urban Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Traditional Laces
Closure System Micro Adjustable Buckle on Cuff Maximum Wheel Size 90mm Wheel Configuration 90mm - 90mm - 90mm - 90mm
Wheel Durometer 85A Bearing Grade High Performance Bearing Type SG 9
Speed Fast Skate Frame Material Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material Extruded Aluminum Frames
Lining Material Specialized Fit Liners Ventilation Medium Brake Included? Yes
Size Adjustable No Special Features 45 Degree Micro-Ratchet Adjustable Buckle Model Year 2015
Model Number 07367400 T80 6 Product ID 335165   
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May 05, 2016
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Wow what an amazing skate. Seeing them in person is a whole another level. I ordered them true to size, so same as my sneakers. They feel so great too, nice and perfectly snug. Before these I had a garage sale purchase 2007 spirite blad...Read More
 
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The skates are great. I had an issue w the size at first, but they happily sent me another pair a size up. They fit and skate great. I highly recommend this company for your skating needs 👍
 
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March 29, 2015
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Recently upgraded from skates with maximum 84mm diameter wheels to this new skate with 90mm wheals. The skates are definitely faster. The larger wheel is also less likely to be stopped by small twigs or small stones. The ratcheting bind...Read More
 
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Q: I have skated on older rollerblade fusion skates with the hard shell boot. I love them, but was ready to upgrade. Bought the K2 90 mm soft boot and I can NOT get used to them. The soft boot feels unsupportive and I do not feel safe on them. Can anyone compare this skate to the K2? I'm an older guy and skate for exercise.
Asked : Jul 17, 2016
By : Bill, Chicago, Illinois
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A: Oddly enough I own these skates as well as a pair of the K2 VO2 90's so I can speak to this issue you're having. This skate is definitely going to give you more of the feel of the Rollerblade fusion skates of yesteryear and will feel much more supportive than the Softboot K2. The softboot skates are great but if you're not used to wearing them the transition can be a bit tough. I use my K2's when going for a more leisurely skate and I wear my Maxxum 90's when I really want to push off and maybe be a bit more aggressive. From what you said in your question I would highly recommend the Maxxum 90's or a similar skate, these urban style skates are used by many skaters looking for the feel from the hard plastic boot era of inline skates.
Answered : Jul 18, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Hi!. I have flat foot, would you recommend me these skates?, I'm trying to figure out which ones would be better between these and the Macroblade 90 (I really like the Maxxum). If so, I'm 8 size on my running shoes (25,5cm), which size would you recommend me according to my foot shape?. Here there is not a Rolleblade shop, so I don't have a way to try them. Thanks a lot.
Asked : Apr 03, 2016
By : AndresR, Colombia
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A: Between the two skates there is no real reason to go with one over the other in regards to fit for a flat foot. Either one will most likely require an aftermarket footbed or support in order to get the proper fit for someone with a flat foot. You will want to take the skates in the same size as your shoe size. I wear a 10.5 shoe and took the skates in the same size. They fit snug but you want a snug fit for performance since the power transfer will be better, as well as the overall fit once broken in.
Answered : Apr 04, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Hello. What is the mount size of the boot? Is it 195mm or other? Thanks
Asked : Jan 05, 2016
By : Arthur, New Jersey
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A: The mount spacing of the Rollerblade Maxxum 90 is 165mm
Answered : Jan 05, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Hi, I currently have a pair os K2 inline skates in a size 11.5 and I don't have any issues. Should I order the same size for this skates?
Asked : Jan 05, 2016
By : Arthur, New Jersey
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A: Yes, that size will be accurate for you. I wear these skates and have worn K2's in the past, both of which I have taken size 10.5 in with no issue. As someone that owns these skates I will say there is a break in period, which for me lasted two times skating in the skates, before they really fit the way I wanted them too. They are great skates once you get them broken in though!
Answered : Jan 05, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Is this skate light compared to like a very light hockey skate?
Asked : Dec 13, 2015
By : james, san antonio, tx
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A: I skate with these skates, as well as inline hockey skates, and these skates are definitely not as light as a hockey skate but they are not leaps and bounds heavier. Design alone is going to make urban, rec or fitness skates heavier but if you had to choose a pair I would go with something like this. They feel light on the feet and offer a shorter wheelbase so you get a feeling more similar to a hockey skate over a standard rec or fitness skate.
Answered : Dec 14, 2015
By : Chris
Q: Hi! Is the brake removable?
Asked : Jul 08, 2015
By : QRT, Edinburgh
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A: Yes, the brake is removable. There will be a shorter axle in the box to replace the longer axle used for the brake. If for some reason you receive your skates and there is no shorter axle, please contact customer service and we'll take care of you.
Answered : Jul 09, 2015
By : Chris
Q: hello. I have a pair of razors sl2 skates in a size 10.5 and they fit perfectly with my wide feet I normally wear a size 11 in shoe's what size should I get? also I skate very aggressively and want High speeds I'll be taking these for 20 mile rides and jumping off picnic tables and going to skate park are these suitable for my type of skating if not could you recommend something that is. thank you.
Asked : Jul 04, 2015
By : happypickle314, Pleasanton CA
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A: You are going to be good with the size 10.5 but know that these are going to take a lot more to break in than a pair of Razor skates. These skates are going to be a bit stiffer and will fit very snug at first. I own these skates and it took me a good 5-6 times skating in them for them to feel fully broken in. These skates will work for the type of skating you state you are doing but the wheels are a bit on the large side for jumping and doing tricks, and are more aimed at speed. If you are looking for an urban skate that performs more like an aggressive skate you will like the Twister 80 series as it offers a smaller wheel (80mm opposed to 90mm) giving more control both when skating and when landing jumps.
Answered : Jul 07, 2015
By : Chris
Q: Hi, my foot size is 28cm and 11cm wide. What size I have to choose?
Asked : Jun 20, 2015
By : Martin, Miami
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A: 28cm puts you in a US size 10 but an 11cm wide foot is fairly wide. In this skate, with the harder plastic design, you will want to go with a size 10.5 or 11 which will give you extra room to mess around with the fit. A heel lift would be where I would start, with a wider foot a heel lift will pull your foot up a bit and alleviate some of the pressure from side to side. Also note these skates take a couple times skating in them to break them in, I own them and it took 2-3 times until I had my desired fit.
Answered : Jun 25, 2015
By : Chris
Q: Hi I am interested in the maxxum 90. I wore a women's 8 in blade runner and they fit well but when I had a women's 8 in k2 they crushed my toes. Not sure what size to get in the maxxum 90.in sneakers I typically wear a 8-81/2
Asked : May 27, 2015
By : Skate91, New jersey
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A: I wear these skates and have found them to fit pretty spot on. They are going to fit snug but they shouldn't pinch or cause any discomfort. These are sized in mens sizes so you will want to take that into consideration and drop a full size. I would recommend the size 7 in the mens skate as this is going to give you the feel of a standard size 8 to 8.5 women's athletic shoe.
Answered : May 29, 2015
By : Chris
Q: I have rolled a RB Maxxum macroblade with 80mm 82d wheels for 16 years and currently skate a 13mile rr trail course 4 times per week in Kirkwood MO...I do this as a work out depending on wind I roll in the mid teens mph. Will switching to 90mm cause considerable speed/workload difference?(TOO fast or to easy) Can I switch to 84mm or 80mm wheels if needed in future? Thanks for your help..
Asked : Apr 16, 2014
By : Mark, Kirkwood, MO
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A: Going to 90mm wheels will indeed give you speed and make the number (and ease) of your strides much less, making them a more effective workout model. You can potentially swap out the wheels on the Rollerblade Maxxum 90 skates with smaller wheels including 84mm and 80mm, however you will need to make sure that it has enough clearance beneath the brake level so that you are not constantly dragging the brake (or remove the brake housing entirely).
Answered : Apr 17, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
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