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Chaya Karma Roller Skates

EUR 249,95
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Chaya Karma Grind Block
Chaya Karma Grind Block
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Description

Get ready for skatepark action with the Chaya Karma skate. Offered here with a strong suggestion to snag a pair of Grind Blocks with the skates. The Grind Block is asymmetrical which is a first. This opens up the skatepark to a whole new array of tricks. Further enhanced by the fact that you can choose to switch sides for added tricks and fun.

Old School is the New School, with more and more Derby pro's getting back to spare time fun on a massive scale with bowl and park skating.

The boots are made in a sneaker style with a reinforced heel. The adjustable Cherry Toe stop provides you with added control and allows you to use it actively for both setting off and breaking. The Wicked ABEC7 bearings provide effortless roll speed. The plates are Chayas Shari plates, made with a mix of nylon and fibreglass for a strong lightweight plate. Along with the 20° cast aluminium trucks and Jelly Interlock cushions, you get a highly manoeuvrable quad roller skate that is fun to skate and easy to control.

Specifications

Wheel Diameter:
58mm
Wheel hardness:
53D
Plate Material:
Fibre glass, Plastic
Boot type:
Mid-top
Liner features:
Built-in
Closure:
Lacing
Bearing precision:
ABEC-7
Wheel width:
32mm
Wheel material:
PU injected
Boot material:
Plastic, Fibreglass
Liner material:
Leather, Microfiber
Cuff:
Mid-cut
Brake:
Yes
Weight:
1350g
Recommended for:
Indoor skating, Outdoor skating
 

Reviews

The size I bought was a little small for me, and that made it a bit hard to get used to, but generally it is a nice skate. It's really light and easy to jump with, but the wheels it comes with are not suitable for anything but indoor skating, so beware when you buy it for that. The ankle part blisters easily so wear think socks.
S. Wu (Villa Park)
04/01/2018
Rating: 4 of 5!