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K2 Radical Pro X Boa Inline Skates

£339.95
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Description

For the experienced skater who wants to bridge the gap between training and racing.
It starts with an ultra light and breathable version of the K2 Original Softboot, combined with a “shift on the fly” Boa Closure System that delivers supreme comfort. Performance Hi-Lo technology is infused to create a fast skate that maneuvers like one of its shorter framed cousins, and the Radical cuff delivers the right amount of support to put you ahead of the pack.

Brake: K2 Brake pad

* The Boa-system has a lifetime warranty, if a technical defect occurs fill out the datasheet here: Boa Warranty

Specifications

Boot/Shell type:
Soft
Wheel diameter:
2x100mm, 2x110mm
Wheelbase:
325mm
Wheel hardness:
85A
Weight:
45oz
Liner features:
Built-in, Ventilated, Anatomically shaped
Closure:
Buckle, BOA
Bearing precision:
ILQ-9
Frame type:
Hi Lo
Deck height:
95/105mm
Frame material:
Aluminium, 6000 Series
Max wheel diameter:
110mm
Boot material:
Mesh, Plastic, Composite
Liner material:
Mesh, Memory foam
Cuff:
Low lateral support, V-Cut
Mounting:
195mm, Across
Brake:
Yes, Included (optional)
Recommended for:
Training skating

Reviews

Now on my second pair which also have the same defect as the first pair. I made a modification to the second pair which seems to have removed the defect see below. The fibre-glass sole or shoe which is attached to the bottom of each skate have an offset/angle of around 2 degrees outward (in opposite directions to each other on each skate). Basically the offset or angle cants the alloy frame attached to the fibre-glass sole in an outward direction (making the outward push easier and stopping the skate tucking under). However, on my left-hand skate the offset is inward making the skate "tuck-in" on left-hand corners when going in a anti clockwise direction. My remedy was to place a thin metal shim on the inside of the skate between the fibre-glass sole and alloy frame thereby removing the inward cant. This is obviously a manufacturing defect as it appeared in both pairs of skates. I also find the top of the cuff (L/H skate again) rubs on the inside of my left ankle.
Ron Stuart-Moonlight (Folkestone)
26/09/2016
Rating: 2 of 5!
Reply from SkatePro:  We are very sorry to hear that you are having some troubles with your skates. Please do not hesitate to contact us, if you would need assistance. It seems like you managed to make it work yourself, but if you are still not completely satisfied, we will gladly have a look at them in our workshop.

/Laura