Rollerblade RB XL Inline Skates

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Rollerblade RB XL Inline Skates, Black-Red, 600
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Overview

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

 

Brand new for 2012 the Rollerblade RB XL was designed for the skater with big feet. Fitting sizes 14 to 17.5 if you have big feet and always wanted to go inline skating you are now able to. The RB XL provides comfort, support and performance for big and tall men. The Training 5 Star Fit liner will keep your feet feeling very good. The 90mm wheels with SG5 bearings give you a smooth and solid roll that will provide you hours of inline skating fun. These skates are also very stable with a cuff buckle, powerstrap and laces to give you the confidence you need to succeed in inline skating.


  • For the skater with big feet

 

Specifications
Skate Type Fitness Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Traditional Laces
Closure System Cuff Buckle, Powerstrap and laces Maximum Wheel Size 90mm Wheel Configuration 90mm - 90mm - 90mm - 90mm
Wheel Durometer 84A Bearing Grade Recreational Bearing Type SG 5
Speed Moderate Skate Frame Material Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material Extruded Aluminum
Lining Material Training 5 Star Fit Ventilation Medium Brake Included? Yes
Special Features Spark Magnum Shell/Upper Model Year 2017 Model Number 07205600 100 320
Product ID 257303     
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As a big guy (6'3" and 400+ lbs) these skates are great! When I first started using them, they hurt my feet, but a cheap pair of dr scholls insoles solved that. They fit well and allow me to go fast. I am using them to exercise and lose wei...Read More
 
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FINALLY! It is hard to find shoes or skates my size. I am size 13 or 14. They are good quality skates but feel narrow, especially at the ankles. The more I wear them the better they feel. A pair of insoles helped some.. they are expensive, ...Read More
 
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Ive have size 14 feet. Ive tried finding Rollerblades for years so I was super excited when the larger sizes finally became available. They are great blades and proportional in every way. I use them for exercise and they are great.
 
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Q: Is there any other rollerblade that can fit a size 15
Asked : Mar 07, 2018
By : Jonny, Portland
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A: Currently the RB XL Is the only skate available in a size 15. We don't currently have this model of the RB XL in the size 15 since this is last season's model and is sold out in that size. We do have the current season's model available in a size 15 which can be seen by searching RB XL in the top site search bar. Unfortunately it's rare that any other model of skate is available at this large of a size so the selection is minimal, the RB XL does have a great boot setup and the frames are spaced at 195 mm meaning you could upgrade or change the frames so customization is an option. Best luck to you!
Answered : Mar 07, 2018
By : C
Q: Are the mounting bolt holes for the frames a standard distance apart so that other frames could be mounted.
Asked : Feb 23, 2018
By : Dave, Brantford, Ontario
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A: The frame spacing the RB XL Is 195mm so most all race style frames will work with them.
Answered : Feb 26, 2018
By : C
Q: I'm a size 16 EEEE shoe. What size would you recommend?
Asked : Feb 22, 2018
By : Dave, Brantford, Ontario
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A: I'd be slightly worried about the length since these are XL skates but not necessarily extra wide to the extent of EEEE. You could go with the 16.5 or 17 to ensure you have some room in the skate to add a heel lift or an aftermarket footbed. The heel lift will most likely be your best bet as this will pull your foot up in the skate alleviating some of the side to side pressure. I've outfitted several skaters over the years with wide feet and the heel lift seems to work pretty much every time. The skates also will break in slightly over time, and the softer boot design will also help.
Answered : Feb 22, 2018
By : C
Q: What is the weight limit?
Asked : Jan 08, 2017
By : Bery, Texas
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A: No inline skate manufacturer currently posts weight limits/restrictions to their skates so there isn't a set in stone limit. You will want to go with a slightly nicer model like this one with a nicer boot and an aluminum frame. A stiffer boot and an aluminum frame is what to look for when shopping.
Answered : Jan 09, 2017
By : C
Q: I wear size 14 shoes but have narrow feet. Will these be too wide fr me, are there any other options?
Asked : Aug 03, 2016
By : Tubs, Los Angeles, CA
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A: There aren't any inline skate manufacturers that really run more narrow than another but inline skates are not super wide. You may have to purchase an aftermarket footbed or insert but the skates shouldn't have you swimming in them. I have outfitted skaters that have a narrower foot and just by adding a more padded footbed they typically find that the fit works for them. You could always go with the Guaranteed fit program and purchase a size 13/13.5 along with the 14, try them all on and then return the sizes that don't fit. For more information on the Guaranteed fit program please search Guaranteed Fit Program in the top site search bar.
Answered : Aug 05, 2016
By : C
Q: I wear a size 15 (33 cm) wide in mens us I have and was wondering if I should go up to 15.5 or a 16.
Asked : Apr 20, 2016
By : oc, Thompsons Station, TN
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A: Going up the 1/2 size to the 15.5 should suffice for your wide foot. I wouldn't really recommend going any bigger since you still want a pretty snug fit to ward off blisters.
Answered : Apr 21, 2016
By : C
Q: I currently wear a 14 EE shoe and weigh 270#. Would a 15 be my best option?
Asked : Jul 19, 2014
By : Big Rich, Butler, PA
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A: Yes, these are approximately my measurements (14 EE and 275 lbs) and I use the Rollerblade RB XL's in a 15 and they provide a perfect fit.
Answered : Jul 22, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Hi, Is a brake included ? Many thanks in advance for your answer.
Asked : Feb 19, 2014
By : Alex The King, France
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A: Yes, the Rollerblade RB XL's will come with a brake in box that can be attached.
Answered : Feb 20, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
 

 

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