K2 F.I.T. 84 Boa Inline Skates

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K2 F.I.T. 84 Boa Inline Skates, Black-Orange, 600
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Skill Level: Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Skate Type: Fitness - speed and distance for more experienced skaters

Fitness - speed and distance for more experienced 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


The pinnacle of the K2 line is their K2 FIT 84 Boa Inline Skates. These are the skates that offer it all. From easy lacing to comfort to speedy wheels, these are the skates that make the recreational, working-out skater love what they do.

For starters, you'll have the Boa Closure System which makes getting secure inside your skate quick and easy. A few turns of the dial will have you comfortably inside your boot with adjustments on the fly being super simple. The Stability Plus Cuff were made for recreational and fitness skating and offer lots of support and versatility. Built with DC Aluminum, the frames make maneuvering easier, give you lots of stability but also maximize power transmission to each stride you make. These skates comes with 84mm wheels which are durable and provide a smooth roll. Add to it the ILQ7 bearings and you'll have an excellent glide with each roll of the wheel.

From leisurely skates around the park to the fitness-oriented skater looking for comfort and performance, the versatile and supportive K2 FIT 84 Boa Inline Skates are simply unbeatable.

  • Arch Support
  • Lateral Reinforcement
  • Flex Notch

Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.


Skate Type  Fitness Skate Cuff Height  High Skate Closure System  Boa
Closure System  Boa Closure System Maximum Wheel Size  90mm Wheel Configuration  84mm-84mm-84mm-84mm
Wheel Durometer  80A Bearing Grade  Performance Bearing Type  ILQ 7
Speed  Moderate Skate Frame Material  Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material  DC Aluminum
Ventilation  Medium Brake Included?  Yes Special Features  Stability Plus Cuff
Model Year  2016 Model Number  I150201401 070 Product ID  371225
Shipping Restriction  This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.     
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I hate running and dont really care to ride bikes. I needed something new and remembered how much I enjoyed inline skating as a kid. These are awesome skates. What threw me off is the wheels are bugger than the hockey skate wheels i had as ...Read More
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Overall I love the skate, and the boa lace system is nice. The tongue does have a sharp plastic edge in the inside edge(a plastic sheet is sown inside cloth/padding to make the tongue rigid). This sharp edge can abrade your ankles if you ...Read More
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You did not show my previous review. My opinion was very negative - uncomfortable shoe, poor performance,entry level skates and not fitness/intermediate as advertised. After two months of using I can add a poor quality to the rating. I de...Read More
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Q: Hello, I previously owned a pair of K2 F.I.T. 80 in a size 9.5 and I noticed that no skates have half sizes. Do you not carry half sizes or do they just not make half sizes anymore? The 9.5 fit perfectly so am afraid to purchase without clarification. For shoes my size varies from an 8.5-9.
Asked : Oct 05, 2017
By : KM, Illinois
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A: We do offer many skates in half sizes but not all skates are offered in or ordered in 1/2 sizes. I am worried that 9.5 is too large for you though based on the shoe size you state in the question, if you wear a size 8.5 or 9.0 in a shoe you should be in a size 8.5 or 9.0 shoe size since inline skates are going to fit the same as your shoe size. In this skate that you asked the question on I would recommend someone with your stated shoe size go with the size 8.5 or 9 depending on fit preference, I personally will size my skates a 1/2 size down from shoe for a tighter performance fit. The only skaters that I would size in a larger skate size would be those with extremely wide feet, the additional room gives them the ability to add footbeds.
Answered : Oct 05, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Hi, I was wondering if there's a difference between the men an women design for these skates. My size is not available anymore on women's sizes. I'm an 8.5 skate size in women, what size would I be in men skates? Thank you in advance!c:
Asked : Mar 14, 2017
By : Denisse, Somerton, Az
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A: You will want to drop a full size down from your shoe size so if you wear an 8.5 you will drop down to the size 7.5 - Please note men's skates do come up a bit more on the calf and if that is bothersome to your calf muscle you will want to add a heel lift to alleviate some of this pressure.
Answered : Mar 14, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Can you remove the brake on the 2016 K2 F.I.T. 84 Boa Inline Skates?
Asked : Dec 10, 2016
By : Jim, United States
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A: Removing the brake is simple, you can either just remove the pad portion to get it out of the way or remove the whole thing. Removing the whole thing will require a smaller axle or some spacers on the existing. We can order shorter axles for those looking to remove the brake on their skates.
Answered : Dec 12, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I was wondering if the durometer would be okay to skate indoors? so I wouldn't be slipping and sliding.
Asked : Dec 05, 2016
By : brady, idaho Falls
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A: These wheels will be fine for indoor skating and will actually be very grippy on most surfaces. You run into issues when you use the skates both indoors and outdoors since outdoor skating will cause the wheels to pick up debris and actually make them slippery on the smoother indoor surface. Some rinks require that you don't skate outdoors with the wheels you are using to skate indoors.
Answered : Dec 06, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Ok so it's been 10 years since I skated regularly. I bought a pair then and they just didn't fit and in the last couple months I've used them twice to go along with my 5 yr old on a bike ride. I don't know what wheel size they are, 70 mm max prob. I want to get a good pair so I can easily go for a 5-15 mile skate for fitness. I've cut way back on running because hip is bothering me. My question is, am I crazy for looking at the K2 VO2 100 X Pros with the 90/100mm wheels? From the angle of getting used to lots bigger wheels.. Should I go with the F.I.T. 84 Boa's and possibly get 90mm wheels later? Is there much speed/effort difference between 90 and 100 mm wheels?
Asked : Nov 07, 2016
By : Mahlon, United States
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A: It really comes down to how confident you are on skates, if you are a confident skater meaning you can easily get up and go, and you can slow down and stop when you want to, then you will have no issue getting used to the bigger wheels. For the type of skating you want to get into the VO2 100 is the proper skate, and it may take some getting used to but in the long run will be the better as you won't grow out of the skates from a performance aspect. I recently went from 80mm to the 100mm wheels and it was a bit of a learning curve but I just took it slow and started somewhere nice and flat until I felt confident. It took me a couple times out to get used to the larger wheels but I absolutely love the performance now.
Answered : Nov 07, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Hi! after some research these seem to be the right skates for me. I am wondering about the size to order: I am a 39-40 in European sizing (8.5 - 9 women's). I wasn't sure if your size chart is a women's or men's for this skate? Thank you!
Asked : Sep 26, 2016
By : Vivian, Nyack, NY
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A: The size chart covers men's and women's sizing but this skate is a men's skate and is in men's sizing. For this skate you will want to drop a size to accommodate a women's size. We do carry these in women's specific as well under a different name, the K2 Alexis Boa Womens Inline Skates, if you want the women's specific model.
Answered : Sep 26, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I am considering the 84 pro and boa models. I currently am in 80mm wheels. I am a little concerned about making the jump to 84. I see max wheel size for boa is 90. Does that mean it's a taller frame than the pro ( which is 84) ?
Asked : Jul 11, 2016
By : Bri, NYC
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A: Slightly, yes. Don't be too worried about jumping to 84 from 80, the actually difference in feel is minimal. What you get with the larger wheels is a smoother overall roll especially at top speed but it's not like the 84mm wheels are going to greatly impact just how fast you make it to this top speed. I moved up to 90mm from 80mm and all it took was rolling around a flat parking lot for 10-15 mins to just get used to them and from there it's all been gravy. Just give yourself some time in a flat and clear area to get your bearings on the new larger wheels but once you do this you'll forget all about them being larger.
Answered : Jul 11, 2016
By : Chris
Q: If I wear a 9.5 mens and I have wide feet, what size skate should I get? Should I go up a size to 10.5? or should I just get the 9.5?
Asked : Jul 20, 2015
By : Nel, Hauula, HI
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A: We are currently sold out of the size 10.0 which is what I would recommend. We can look into ordering the size 10.0 for you, call us at 888-271-7500 - There are currently no inline skates available in wide widths which can make it tough to get a good fit. I typically recommend going a 1/2 size up, full size up for extreme cases, as this allows enough room to add a heel lift to the back of the skate. A heel lift helps alleviate some of the side to side pressure by bringing the foot up in the skate. You will also need to allow for some break in time, roughly half a dozen times skating.
Answered : Jul 22, 2015
By : Chris
Q: What kind of axles that this skate uses? 8mm or 6mm?
Asked : Jun 02, 2015
By : gmartuci, Brazil
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A: K2 skates use an 8mm axle
Answered : Jun 02, 2015
By : Chris
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