Rollerblade Maxxum 100 Urban Inline Skates 2017

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Rollerblade Maxxum 100 Urban Inline Skates 2017, Red-Black, 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: 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 100 Urban Inline Skates are the ultimate hybrid of urban skates offering a combination of superior lateral support, comfortable padded liners, and a versatile wheel setup that can be used for commuting, cruising, or training. The blend of materials and hardware give The Rollerblade Maxxum 100 Urban Inline Skate the mixture of an outstanding skate that will perform with high performance. The vented, molded hard shell provides plenty of support, paired with Specialized Fit liners that ensure comfort for all activities. The extruded aluminum frame fits 3x100mm and 1x90mm wheels enabling excellent power transfer, stability, and maneuverability. 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
  • Shock Absorbing Heel
  • V Cut for Increased Flex and Range of Motion
  • Laterally Adjustable
  • 165mm Frame Mounting (Size 5 - 10) 180mm Frame Mounting (Size 10.5 - 13)

 

Specifications
Skate Type Urban Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Traditional Laces
Closure System Micro Adjustable Buckle on Cuff Maximum Wheel Size 100mm Wheel Configuration 100mm - 90mm - 100mm - 100mm
Wheel Durometer 85A Bearing Grade High Performance Bearing Type SG 9
Speed Fast Skate Frame Material Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material Extruded Aluminum
Lining Material Specialized Fit Liner Ventilation Medium Brake Included? Yes
Size Adjustable No Special Features 45 Degree Micro-Ratchet Adjustable Buckle Model Year 2017
Model Number 07628100 764 7.0 Product ID 415874   
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Love these skates, i use them DAILY depending on the weather. I reach speeds up to 22MPH. They are very zippy and will defiantly throw you down if you arent careful. I would recommend these to advanced skaters for sure! Only think i dislike...Read More
 
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Reply from Customer Service:Skis Customer ServiceMay 11, 2017
Cory Jay, sounds like you are really getting great use of your Maxxum skates. I have the Maxxum 90's and absolutely love them but you may have convinced me to upgrade :) For the wheels it sounds like you actually got a lot of skating in before having to rotate the wheels, I have to rotate mine more often but I am at 200lbs which can make a difference in the wear patterns. I'm on my 2nd year with the Maxxum 90s and the buckles seem to be holding up fine but time will tell for sure. Thanks for the review, have fun skating! Chris
 

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Q: Can you put smaller wheels on these skates? For instance, 76mm, 80mm and etc.
Asked : Apr 16, 2016
By : Pattie, Lowell
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A:Yes, going down in wheel size is almost always possible on skates. As long as you stay consistent with the sizing since this skate has staggered sizing you'll be fine, but sounds like you've already thought of that.
Answered : Apr 18, 2016
By : Chris
Q: can I put 4 of the same size wheels on these blades? (for example all 4 90 mm wheels) OR does the 2nd wheel from the front ALWAYS have to be 10 mm smaller per the boot design?
Asked : Jan 08, 2016
By : BigHulz, Columbine, CO
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A:It is recommended that the wheels be set up in the fashion they are set up. Per Rollerblade on the reasoning behind this "It is a low balance. As this boot has a 165 frame fixation we can not fix a 100 mm wheel second wheel. Otherwise the balance will be too high. For the roll and skating there is no difference. Even better as you are lower." Hopefully this helps!
Answered : Jan 08, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Why are they rated as low ventilation and the 2015 are at medium? The description shows the same liner and boot.? (The vented, molded hard shell provides plenty of support, paired with Specialized Fit liners that ensure comfort for all activities.)
Asked : Dec 30, 2015
By : BigHulz, Columbine, CO
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A:Ventilation is going to be the same as the 2015 model. Thanks for pointing out the mix-up, we will update the information to show this correctly.
Answered : Jan 04, 2016
By : Chris
Q: what rollerblads do yall have for people who r 300 pounds
Asked : Dec 15, 2015
By : tom, georgetown ky
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A:These Maxxum 100 skates that you have asked your question on would be a good choice. Although inline skate manufacturers do not release weight limits for their skates, you can feel confident going with a higher end model skate. Especially skates like the Maxxum series, considered to be urban styles skates, which offer a more durable frame and boot set up as they are meant for taking abuse skating around a city setting. There are many skate models though that offer a high performance metal or metal alloy frame, so just be sure to look for this when shopping.
Answered : Dec 16, 2015
By : Chris
Q: Do these skates come in different colors ?
Asked : Dec 04, 2015
By : Wb, Davie
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A:No, these skates are currently only offered in the one colorway for 2016
Answered : Dec 07, 2015
By : Chris
 
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