Rollerblade Twister 80 Womens Urban Inline Skates 2017

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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: 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 Rollerblade Twister 80 Urban Inline Skates are made to be quick and maneuverable so you can skate between obstacles on the streets and through the park. If your playground is the concrete jungle then these skates were made for you. Back again for another year, and the reason there's an urban skate category, the Twister 80 will definitely remain a top choice for skaters. Here's why.


For lots of comfort and to help keep your feet cool is the Vented Shell which offers a removable lateral slider. The Specialized 5 Star Fit Liner hugs your feet comfortably while ensuring that you have the performance to shift between pedestrians too busy tweeting about their cups of coffee. The Hot Rod Alu Frame is perfect at transferring the energy of each stride to maximize your speed and mobility.


If you want a skate that's tough, quick and comfortable, the Rollerblade Twister 80 Urban Inline Skates are a versatile choice that you have to check out.


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Specifications
Skate Type  Urban Skate Cuff Height  High Skate Closure System  Traditional Laces
Closure System  Cuff Locking Buckle, 45 Degree Buckle and Laces Maximum Wheel Size  80mm Wheel Configuration  80mm - 80mm - 80mm - 80mm
Wheel Durometer  85A Bearing Grade  Performance Bearing Type  SG 7
Speed  Moderate Skate Frame Material  Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material  Hot Rod Extruded Aluminum
Lining Material  Performance Junior Ventilation  Medium Brake Included?  Yes
Model Year  2017 Model Number  07739800 821 6.0 Product ID  460978
Product ID  460978     
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The skates were absolutely beautiful, and the quality was phenomenal, but the skates will only fit you properly if you've got regular width feet. I personally and an 8 wide, so i ordered and 8.5, but the skates still cut off my circulation ...Read More
 
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Q: My feet are 24cm and I wear a size 8. What sizing should I go for?
Asked : Aug 28, 2017
By : Divya, United States
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A: I would go with the size 8 in the Twister. They will fit snug right out of the box but they will break in and they will fit better after that. I find it takes about 6 times skating to fully break in a skate.
Answered : Aug 28, 2017
By : Chris
Q: I used to skate quite a bit growing up but I haven't been doing it for a while and was thinking of getting back into it. I live in NYC so my environment is pretty urban unless I go to rinks. I'm caught between the Twister 80mm and the Macroblade 90mm. I'd like to have the option of distance skating but also be able to maneuver easily (switching from forward to backward etc.). Any recommendations on which I should go for?
Asked : Aug 27, 2017
By : Divya, United States
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A: For city skating there really isn't going to be a better skate than the Twister, it's built for city skating. The 80mm wheels on the twister still offer a smooth and steady skating experience, wasn't too long ago that 80mm was the max wheel size found on speed skates. So you can totally use the Twister for distance skating, are there better skates for distance, yeah but there aren't better skates for city skating. I personally dealt with the same predicament and ended up purchasing 2 pairs of skates in the end, but ultimately the Twister can do both if that's not an option at this time. Choose based on where you will be skating the most, and what's most important to you.
Answered : Aug 28, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Previously, it is noted that 23.5cm converts into a size 7; however, after looking online at Rollerblade's sizing chart the information says otherwise. For Twister skates, they also recommend buying a size larger. I was wondering if this is true. (link to chart: https://www.rollerblade.com/files/2244/SIZING_2_ENG.pdf)
Asked : Jun 08, 2017
By : Annie, NJ United States
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A: Yes, Rollerblade does say to take this model a size larger, but I am torn on this. I believe they had a lot of complaints of the skates fitting snug, but that is the whole idea with these skates. The hard plastic outer and the thinner liner give you great control over the skates but can definitely give some the feeling that the skates are snug. I use these in my normal shoe size and they are tight but my toes are not crunched or curled, they are brushing the front and then when I bend my knees and am in a skating position my foot slides back a bit and there is no issue. Sizing these skates can be a lot like sizing ski boots where the proper fit is to not have a bunch of room. It really comes down to preference in fit and trying them on.
Answered : Jun 08, 2017
By : Chris
Q: My feet are 23.5 cm exactly. Based on previous questions and my measurements, should I get the size 6.5 or the 7?
Asked : Apr 26, 2017
By : Alexandria, United States
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A: 23.5 converts to a shoe size of 7, these skates are fine to be sized the same as shoe size so the 7 would work well for you. These skates are designed to fit snug and an ideal fit would be your toes just touching the front of the skates as long as they are not curled or crunched.
Answered : Apr 27, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Hi. I?m braziliam, and I live in Brazil. I don?t speak very well rsrs but I want to buy a rollerblade twister 80 womens urban inline skate 2017, I don?t know how to buy from here... how can I pay from here and how can I know what?s my shoe?s number. In Brazil my shoe?s number is BR 3536 and my foot mesures 23cm. It will be great if you have a international conversion measures..
Asked : Mar 14, 2017
By : Jaquelini, Brazil
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A: For your foot measured at 23cm I would recommend the size 6.0 - The size 6.0 will measure roughly 23.5cm so it will be a close fit. For international shipping on any of our products, please add everything to your cart you wish to order and select the International Checkout button. They can provide you with approximate totals and time frames for delivery.
Answered : Mar 15, 2017
By : Chris
Q: I am a womens size 7 shoe what size should I order ??
Asked : Mar 01, 2017
By : titmouse, Gainesville Florida
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A: Rollerblade inline skates are going to fit very similar to your everyday shoe size and I suggest going with the size 7. Inline skates do take some time to break in and you can expect them to feel tight at first. Your toes may touch the front of the skate as long as they are not curled or smooshed against the front of the boot. It can take up to 5-6 times skating to fully break in a skate but you can get a great general feel for them by just trying them on indoors before taking to the open road.
Answered : Mar 02, 2017
By : Chris
 
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