Rollerblade Twister 80 Womens Urban Inline Skates

$169.99
$299.99 (43% off)
Rollerblade Twister 80 Womens Urban Inline Skates, Black-Fuschia, 600
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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.


  • Removable Lateral Slider
  • Specialized Footbed
  • Supreme Wheels

 

Specifications
Skate Type Urban Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Traditional Laces
Closure System Locking Cuff Buckle, 45 Degree Strap 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 Alu
Lining Material Specialized 5 Star Fit Ventilation Medium Brake Included? Yes
Size Adjustable No Special Features Vented Shell Model Year 2016
Model Number 07505500 7Y9 6.0 Product ID 371611   
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I was excited to receive these on the date given. I'm a 7-8, I went with a size 7 1/2. 1ST pair I received looked great but the boot in the right blade had a slight flap in the seam that made my inner ankle hurt awful. Customer service was ...Read More
 
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First thing, these skates were delivered faster than expected. So, Inlineskates.com gets bonus points for that. Secondly, these skates are fantastic. They move so well, they don't feel stiff during transitions from skating forwards to backw...Read More
 
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Q: I typically wear a size 10 or 11 women's shoe and the Rollerblade Twister 80 only goes up to size 10. I'm afraid that if the skates run small at all that they aren't going to fit. Unfortunately, I have a really thin foot and can't get a men's model (I already nearly broke my ankle after buying too-wide hockey skates). Should I just get the size 10 and risk them being too small?
Asked : Apr 15, 2017
By : Allison, Nixa, MO
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A:This is the 2016 model and we simply don't have stocked the size 10.5, we do however have it stocked in the 2017 model. That model is a bit more money right now being a current year model but I do believe the 1/2 size is going to make the difference for you. Many users say these skates fit small but I believe they are simply a bit narrow and fairly stiff. Once broken in they fit like a dream. I have a comparable men's model and took them a 1/2 size smaller than shoe and after about 6 skates they fit like a dream. In the interim there was some pain and pinching but once broken in they were great. When you first try your skates on you really want the toe to be pressed fairly close to the front of the boot if not just touching.
Answered : Apr 18, 2017
By : Chris
Q: What's the difference between the 2016 & 2017 models?
Asked : Apr 13, 2017
By : Jac, Portsmouth
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A:The only differences in the skates are going to be cosmetic, and the fact that the 2016 stock is dwindling and more sizes are available in the newer model.
Answered : Apr 18, 2017
By : Chris
Q: i used to be a fairly aggressive inline skater (beginnger-ish half-pipe rider) when i was much much younger. i haven't owned rollerblades or skated since the 90s, but i want to get back into it. i don't really want to go fast or do anything advanced. i definitely never want to get back onto a halfpipe. i basically want to have fun and not get injured. i just want to skate around the park for exercise. are these are good skate for me or should i go with one of the 'exercise' options. also, what is your return policy if i don't like the skates i bought...? what if i've skated on them?
Asked : Aug 09, 2016
By : Marbles, NY
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A:These would be a good skate if you want to keep some of that aggressive skate style of fit, as these have a hard plastic outer similar to an aggressive skate. These skates are going to offer a bit more support than the other skates in the fitness category as these are made to take abuse and protect the foot. It really depends on what you are looking for, I personally have a pair of both since I enjoy the feeling of the aggressive skate styling (former halfpipe/park skater too) but I also like my softer skates when I'm looking for more of a leisurely skate around. I would recommend really keying in on what is most important to you as many of today's skates have similar features but are geared towards slightly different styles of skating.
Answered : Aug 10, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I don't see a brake on this model, do they have one? My commute comes with some pretty steep hills.
Asked : Jun 28, 2016
By : Desiree, Anchoarge, Alaska
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A:Yes, the brake is in the box.
Answered : Jun 29, 2016
By : Chris
Q: is there a difference in width and fit of the maxxuum 90 and the twister 80 for women or is the boot and the liner all the same?
Asked : May 19, 2016
By : mayra, chicago illinois
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A:The Maxxum skates use the Maxxum shell and the Twister uses the twister shell, in my opinion the Maxxum is slightly wider than the twister but not enough to make a viable difference. They both use the same liner with the specialized 5 star fit. In most women's specific skates the width is slightly narrower and the cuff goes down a bit lower. Since these skates have a low cuff already and the liner allows for a good fit on many foot types there isn't any real differences between the women's and men's urban style Rollerblade brand skates. I would make the decision based on the wheel sizes and the overall type of skating you are doing. Maxxum 90 is better for longer skates and getting to higher speeds, the Twister 80 is more maneuverable
Answered : May 19, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Is there a difference between the Twister 80 2015 and the 2016 model?
Asked : Mar 02, 2016
By : Shell7, New Britain, CT
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A:This skate was so great in 2015 that the 2016 model is the same.
Answered : Mar 03, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Would these skates be a good choice for skating on rough pavement?
Asked : Feb 07, 2016
By : Shy, Nebraska
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A:Yes, these would be great for skating on rough pavement. The wheels are large enough to go over bumps and debris but no so large as to go too fast giving you good control.
Answered : Feb 08, 2016
By : Chris
Q: If I wear a size 5 in mens athletic shoes what size skate should I get? Would a 7 in womens be to big?
Asked : Jan 14, 2016
By : Amanda, Weslaco, Texas
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A:I would go with the size 6.0 - Rollerblade women's skates are going to run about a size smaller than regular men's shoe size
Answered : Jan 15, 2016
By : Chris
Q: is there a warranty?
Asked : Sep 20, 2015
By : Ashley, Boca Raton
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A:Yes, hold onto your receipt. Rollerblade skates come with a 1 year warranty from the time of purchase.
Answered : Sep 21, 2015
By : Chris
 
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