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Powerslide Imperial Megacruiser White 125 Skate

EUR 199,95
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Description

A short frame and only 3 wheels, makes it a super controllable skate built for urban and longrange skating. This is further ensured by the use of 125mm wheels. It has a supportive 1-piece cuff and shell design. The comfortable MyFit Fat Boy liner is fully heat mouldable. Click here to see a detailed description of how to mold the liner.

Comes with a X-slot 165mm frame mounting system, which is an One Piece Unity frame. Features Powerslide Megacruiser wheels and ABEC 9 bearings.

Specifications

Wheel diameter:
125mm
Frame material:
Aluminium, 6000 Series
Boot/Shell type:
Hard, Heat moldable
Wheelbase:
255mm
Liner features:
Removable, Ventilated, Shock absorber, Heat moldable, 3-layer
Closure:
Lacing, 2x Micro-adjustment buckles
Bearing precision:
ABEC-9
Wheel hardness:
85A
Frame type:
Fully adjustable, Flat setup
Max wheel diameter:
125mm
Boot material:
Fiberglass, Composite
Liner material:
Breathable mesh, Foam, Microfiber
Cuff:
Stable, High lateral support
Mounting:
165mm
Brake:
No
Recommended for:
Freestyle skating

Reviews

I actually bought 2 pairs. One for me and one for my daughter. We finally got the right sizes. Had to send one of the pairs back but skatePro happily exchanged. When 1st trying the skates it appeared the centre of gravity was completely off compared to my traditional inlines. For me the back wheel is just sticking out too much which was preventing me to turn, spin and transition between moves, making me look very unstable, however, it's easily fixed. Use the allen keys (or torx key) provided in the box to remove the rear wheel so you can then access the mounting bolts for the wheel frame/truck. Loosen them off and you can readjust the frame by up to 1.5cm in every direction. We have moved the wheels forward which has made manoeuvrability excellent. I'm now very pleased with these skates. I find they're breeding confidence and inspiring me to do more. Also very quick so make sure you're good at stopping before you let rip down the road on them.
Stephen Abel (Banbury)
11/10/2016
Rating: 5 of 5!
Great skates! My first pair of tri-skates so still getting used to them, they're a bit more difficult to manoeuvre especially at low speeds but you learn different techniques to get around that! Really happy I got these!
J. Sheridan (Chandlers Ford)
10/08/2016
Rating: 5 of 5!