5th Element Stella with Bag Womens Inline Skates

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Skill Level: Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Skate Type: Recreation - comfortable and stiff for newer skaters

Recreation - comfortable and stiff for newer skaters

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

 

Get increased bang for your buck, the 5th Element Stella Inline Skates are a slick looking, stylish and well-constructed skate when you're looking to go out and have fun while perfecting your skills. It has a subtle yet cool style and the comforts to match. An Aluminum Chassis is great for power transfer so you won't get fatigued as early and the ABEC 9 Bearings help keep the speeds up and going with each stride. The Soft Boot will keep your feet in good shape and you can lock yourself in with the laces, strap and buckle so that you have all the support and stability you need. Excellent for the more experienced skater who is looking for a little more speed, the 5th Element Stella Inline Skates offer tons of value and lots of fun. When you want performance and fun, no other skate at this price point can offer you the same thrills and functionality as the Stella. Plus a handy dandy skate bag is included to store your skates during travel and when not in use.


Specifications
Skate Type  Recreation Skate Cuff Height  High Skate Closure System  Traditional Laces
Closure System  Buckle, Velcro Strap and Laces Maximum Wheel Size  84mm Wheel Configuration  84mm - 84mm - 84mm - 84mm
Wheel Durometer  82A Bearing Grade  High Performance Bearing Type  ABEC 9
Speed  Moderate Skate Frame Material  Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material  ALU
Lining Material  Not Specified Ventilation  Medium Brake Included?  Yes
Special Features  Stitched Toe Cap Model Year  2017 Model Number  PW-150AT 37B
Product ID  424866     
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Q: I have been skating for 20 years and have been use to ABEC 7 bearings are the ABEC 9 much faster? Have noticed a lot of the K2 skates have ILQ-5 how do they compare to ABEC7?
Asked : May 01, 2017
By : Kmac, Lebanon OH
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A: The bearings themselves are not going to be faster as much as they are going to be smoother, which in the end may allow you to go faster if you put the work in. ILQ is another term used to describe ABEC, so potato, pot-taa-toooh there! If you are an experienced skater I'd say go for the upgrade, I just upgraded my wheels and bearings this season and I'm loving the change.
Answered : May 02, 2017
By : Chris
Q: If I'm a 7.5 in shoes, would you suggest size 7 or 8 for the skates?
Asked : Apr 30, 2017
By : Katie, United States
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A: This is a beginner to intermediate level skate and the fit of the skate is going to be more geared towards comfort than performance. With that said I'd say go up to the size 8, this will give you a comfortable fit and the amount of extra space you may experience will not be enough to do any damage. Higher end performance skates would be taken in the smaller size for a more performance oriented and snug fit.
Answered : May 01, 2017
By : Chris
Q: I am a size 7 in sneakers, what size should I order these in?
Asked : Jul 10, 2016
By : Mary, NY
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A: Inline skates are going to fit very similar to your standard shoe size so go with the size 7.0 in the skates. Inline skates can take a few times skating in them to fully break them in so keep that in mind when you first put them on. Upon first putting skates on they can feel fairly tight but you want a snug fit for performance and the tightness will subside as the skates break in.
Answered : Jul 11, 2016
By : Chris
Q: What is the difference and purpose of a 84 mm wheel compared to a 80mm wheel?
Asked : Jul 10, 2016
By : Mary, NY
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A: The larger wheels offer a smoother roll, especially on rougher terrain, as well as more stability at higher speeds. 84mm is not too large by today's standards and is amazingly easy to get used to even for beginner level skaters.
Answered : Jul 11, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Are the wheels rubberor plastic?
Asked : Apr 20, 2016
By : Queendee, Ontario
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A: The wheels are made up of a high end polyurethane which is a polymer composed of organic units joined by carbamate (urethane).
Answered : Apr 21, 2016
By : Chris
 
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