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Boot Aggressive In-Line Skates


If you use skating as your primary workout activity then this pair of Aggressive Inline Skates is the ideal skate for you. Built specifically for female skaters looking for improved performance. This pair of Aggressive Inline Skates comes with a...
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  • The Aggressive Inline Skates combine four wheels under the ball of your foot for minimal height and weight and a lower center of gravity
  • This Aggressive Inline Skates allow for longer and more powerful leg extension during strides
  • This pair of Aggressive Inline Skates with lightweight and breathable design gives you added support from the hard shell
  • A widened lacing and Velcro system helps to provide a more compact fit around the foot
  • The supportive and comfortable Roller Skating Shoes is perfect for gaining experience
  • With quality components and an adjustable brake, this pair of Skate Roller Shoes delivers in structure, support, and performance
  • Right foot single brake
  • Holder Material: Aluminium Alloy
  • Shell Material: PE
  • Upper Material: PVC & Mesh
  • Wheel Material: PU
  • Bearing: ABEC-7 Chrome Steel


Boot Aggressive In-Line Skates

Boot Aggressive In-Line Skates

  • This pair of Aggressive Inline Skates comes with a perfectly pre-grooved backslide plate requires no break-in time and is ready to go out of the box. It is smooth, fast to ride

Boot Aggressive In-Line Skates

  • This Aggressive Inline Skates boast a unique boot construction with customizable ankle support and an ideal combination of flex and support

Boot Aggressive In-Line Skates

  • With these roller skate shoes, you can join the skaters and have fun with your friends
  • This pair of Roller Skating Shoes with air sole design wears comfortably, and makes the skating more comfortable

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  • The lace-up system and velcro closure make these skate roller shoes easy to wear and prevent loosing

How to Measure Your Foot:

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  • There may be certain error of these dimensions; specific dimension varies from person to person

How to Use Roller Skate Shoes?

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  • Choose between a pair of roller skate shoes with two wheels or four.
  • Remove the heel plugs on a pair of two-wheeled skate shoes and pop in the wheels.
  • Flex your feet to extend the wheels. Lean back slightly until your weight is on the back wheels and start rolling.
  • Put one foot in front of the other, alternating your feet every now and then. Most of the skating done on a pair of roller skate shoes is on one foot, especially if you are wearing a pair of two-wheeled skate shoes, because the wheels are in the back. You have to lean back on the wheel in order to roll. In order to keep from falling over, one leg must be extended forward, but it is not the same as roller skating. You will only alternate feet occasionally as the one leg in use gets tired.
  • Pop out the wheels and replace the heel plugs when you arrive at your destination.

How to Heel With Roller Shoes?

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Find a Balance Point

  • Hold on to a counter, rail or friend to keep your balance.
  • Keep one foot in front of the other instead of side by side.
  • Hold on to the counter while lifting your toes upward. Balance your weight on your heels while pulling yourself along.
  • Put your toes down if you lose your balance.
  • Move to the next section after you master balancing.

Step, Plant and Kick

  • Step forward with your back foot.
  • Take another step forward with the other foot. Plant your wheel with your toe upward.
  • Push off or kick with your back foot.
  • Balance your weight on the wheel as you raise your back toe.
  • Roll along. Put the back foot behind the front foot. Raise your toes on both feet.


  • Do a soft brake. Lift the toes on your back foot up slightly higher. Drag the heel of the shoe on the ground to slowly decrease your speed.
  • Perform a hard brake. Transfer weight to your forefoot while skating on both feet. "Run" or "jog" out of your roll.
  • Expect your body to pitch forward slightly as you stop abruptly.

How to Learn Roller Shoes?

  • Put on protective gear such as a helmet, elbow and knee pads. You won't be wearing this equipment all the time when you use roller shoes, but you should definitely wear them while you learn and become more comfortable using them.
  • Stand in place with your roller shoes on. Put one foot out on the ground in front of you as though if you were going to take off walking normally. Use whichever foot you want to take the lead, but most people feel comfortable with their dominant foot behind the other one.
  • Raise your toe slightly on the front foot to balance on the wheel of the shoe. Use your back foot to push off and then also balance this foot on the wheel. Keep your feet close together and direct your body with the front foot.
  • Stop by slowly lifting your toe on the back foot up higher until the back of the shoe touches the ground. Practice stopping on level ground with something soft such as grass nearby to break your fall while moving slowly before taking on any hills or wide expanses of concrete.

How to Ride In-line Skates:

  • The first step for learning how to ride in-line skates is finding shoes that fit just right. The shoes shouldn't be too loose or too tight. They have to be comfortable for riding around everywhere
  • The next step is finding the perfect place for practicing. You have to start off by finding a place that doesn't have any bumps, rocks, sticks or anything on the floor. When you start riding, the simplest thing can make you fall down, so make sure you find a smooth surface like an empty parking lot or a park
  • Now you should start off by riding on one regular shoe and one roller blade. Doing this will help you gain balance on one foot. After you have practiced many times and you can balance one foot on the roller blade and one foot on your regular shoe you are ready for the next step
  • The next step is to wear both roller blades and stay next to a wall so that you can hold yourself up. The wall will help keep you balanced and in case you were about to fall you could hold on
  • You can start off going really slowly and holding the brake every time you feel like you might fall. Even if you fall, it's okay, just make sure you have protections. A few falls are normal and they will encourage you to keep going so you can reach your goal
  • After that you have to practice going further, but slower. It's very important that you go slowly because you might not be able to control the break yet. So DO NOT go fast until you have practiced with the brake many times. If you go fast and you can't control the brake, you will crash. It will not be a fall; it will be a crash, which will hurt you very badly. So practice stopping on a slower pace and then gradually increase your pace
  • Once you mastered these steps, you are ready to go. However, stay away from busy streets and cars. I say this because if you ever lose control and can't break on time, you will jump right into the street and the result will be horrible. So until you have mastered everything, stay away from busy places

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  • 1 x Pair of Boot Aggressive Inline Skates