Micro Infinite White Kids Inline Skates
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Micro Infinite White Kids Inline Skates

USD$138.97

The Micro Infinite Kids inline skate was designed and developed to offer more maneuverability. It is super lightweight yet very robust and durable to last longer on any kids’ feet.

This skate features a 45-degree ratchet ankle strap to keep your heel in place and improves stability. A new reflective heel has been added that reflects in the light making you more visible during nighttime skate sessions.

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Perfect for Fitness, Slalom, and Freestyle

  • Boots/Shell/Cuff: High Resistant Polypropylene
  • Closures: Safety lock buckle, 45-degree Velcro ankle strap, and laces
  • Liner: Durable Semi-soft upper. Breathable and well ventilated
  • Frame: High Quality CNC Aluminium
  • Mount: 165mm
  • Wheels: 2x64mm/2x62mm (29-32), 2x70mm /2x68mm (33-36), 2x72mm/2x70mm (37-40) Round profile 85A
  • Bearings: ABEC 7
  • Sizing: 29-32EU, 33-36EU, 37-40EU (size adjustable)
  • Maximum Weight: 100kg
  • Brake: Included

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1 review for Micro Infinite White Kids Inline Skates

  1. vreyedoc (verified owner)

    The best kid skates in the market. Well designed, nicely made and highly versatile.

    -the 165mm mount offered greater adjustability than UFS mounting. Kids usually pronate a lot, moving the frame medially helps correcting the probation.

    – the frame and wheels setup is very interesting. The frames has 1mm rocker built in, while the wheels have two different radius (64 and 62mm diameter, so 32/31 mm radius) in 1 mm offset. So there are three options: 1. Flat: Big wheel on the back and front, small wheels in the middle. This is more stable for beginner for hard to turn. 2. Full 2mm rocker: small wheels in the back and front, bigger wheels in the middle. 3. Natural 1 mm rocker: putting 4 bigger wheels to one side, all 4 smaller wheels to the other. A more balanced setup, easy to turn but not as wobbly as the full rocker. Kinda mimic a well broken-in 4 wheels setup. My kid loves it.

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