Rollerblade Spitfire XT Kids Inline Skates 2017

$139.99 (40% off)
Rollerblade Spitfire XT Kids Inline Skates 2017, Black-Red, 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: Leisurely - new skaters or kids cruising at slower speeds

Leisurely - new skaters or kids cruising at slower speeds

Ventilation: Low - little to no breathability, good for leisurely skating

Low - little to no breathability, good for leisurely skating


Inline skating is supposed to be fun, and when getting your child his first skate you want the best. The best is what you get when you get him the Rollerblade Spitfire XT inline skates. The Spitfire XT is lightweight and will expand up to four sizes so that your child will get multiple years of use out of these skates. Your child will get comfort and security with the Junior Fit liner along with a cuff buckle, 45 degree strap and laces that even your kids can use. Rollerblade has topped of these inline skates with 72mm wheels with SG3 bearings that will give your child a smooth and safe roll

  • Expands Four Sizes
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Skate Type Recreation Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Traditional Laces
Closure System Cuff Buckle, 45 Degree Strap and Laces Maximum Wheel Size 76mm Wheel Configuration 72mm - 72mm - 72mm - 72mm
Wheel Durometer 80A Bearing Grade Recreational Bearing Type SG 3
Speed Leisurely Skate Frame Material Performance Composite Materials Frame Material Composite
Lining Material Junior Fit Ventilation Low Brake Included? Yes
Size Adjustable Yes Special Features Spitfire Expandable Shell Model Year 2017
Model Number 07630300 741 175 Product ID 411583   
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March 20, 2017

out of 5

We ordered these online. They were exactly what was advertised at a good price. They shipped immediately. This was exactly what we wanted. The quality of skate was great.
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January 09, 2017

out of 5

I've had Rollerblade brand skates before but this was my first time buying a pair of skates for my 7 year old son. Skates are very comfortable, no blisters after first 3 times out. Worked well in the arena and outside on pavement. Easy to...Read More
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Q: Would these fit as wide foot? I wear Size 2 in shoes but my feet are usally to wide for the rollerblades.
Asked : May 07, 2017
By : Lolee, Fredericton, NB
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A: These skates are going to be a more average width but you can always adjust to a larger size and remedy the internals with a nice footbed or a heel lift to alleviate some of the pressure from side to side.
Answered : May 08, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Hi, we owned the Spitfire 2016 (3 wheels one), looks the same as 2017 one, if we want to change wheels / bearings for 5 years old little girl who learned inline skate for around 7 months in order to get higher speed, do you recommend we do so for this skate? if yes, then which wheels / bearing you recommend and will be compatible with this ? thanks.
Asked : May 06, 2017
By : Chris, TW
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A: You can upgrade the wheels and bearings to achieve what you are looking for. I'd recommend going up to the 76mm size as this will be a smoother and faster roll for her, and then you could go up to an SG5/ABEC 5 bearing (Same thing, just a naming convention for different manufacturers). In stock right now I'd recommend the Rollerblade Wheel Kit 76mm/80A inline skate wheels with SG5 bearings. This is a all together pack so you get wheels and bearings all together at a great price.
Answered : May 08, 2017
By : Chris
Q: My son. Wears a size 4 shoe, which rollerblade size should I buy?
Asked : Apr 05, 2017
By : Sophie, Kitchener
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A: With that size I'd go with the size 5-8, although not in a size 5 yet a child with a size 4 will soon be there and the size 5-8 sized all the way down to the size 5 will offer a tight enough fit out of the box. These skates offer a lot of support and although it's not recommended to go too big in inline skates I've outfitted many kids over the years a 1/2 to full size bigger without issue.
Answered : Apr 06, 2017
By : Chris
Q: A boy is currently a youth size 8. If he is approaching man sizes, what number would that convert to?
Asked : Dec 05, 2016
By : Sandy, ID
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A: Inline skates are sized very similar to your standard shoe size and convert roughly the same so a size 8 would convert to a size 8. Your son is now in adult sized inline skates, some kids skates come sized up to a size 8 but this is where they max out. Best bet is to look at an adult skate, some great choices are the 5th Element Panther, K2 Kinetic, Bladerunner Formula and Pro 80, all these skates will work great and not break the bank on a growing foot.
Answered : Dec 06, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Do these skates have a black wheel or is it clear with black underneath? The roller rink won't let us have black wheel or a black heel brake so it's difficult to find something suitable.
Asked : Jun 23, 2016
By : MR, OH
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A: This is a black wheel. Many rinks will also not allow for skates being used outdoors so you could keep the black wheels as outdoor wheels and grab another set for use indoors. This is how it is at my rink so I always grab two sets of wheels so I can easily swap out when skating indoors and when skating outdoors.
Answered : Jun 23, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Are these good for narrow feet?
Asked : Mar 24, 2016
By : MoniqueF, WI
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A: Inline skates, both top brands Rollerblade and K2, have a fairly medium width. To accommodate for a very narrow foot shape you could add an additional footbed to the skate to occupy some of the additional room side to side which will help aid in comfort and support.
Answered : Mar 25, 2016
By : Chris
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