Composite shell is made of molecular composite (hence the name) of two or more plastic compounds. It can be reinforced with addition of glass fibres for additional rigidity. Characteristics of such boot depend on used materials, their thickness and density, however it can be stated that such skates, made by renowned manufacturers, offer excellent support and protection for user’s joints and feet, while being able to withstand a lot of abuse. It is worth to keep in mind that materials used to make the shell are usually thermoplastic, so if the rest of the boot (glue, leather, foams and so on) can withstand higher temperatures, boots are suitable for heat moulding.
Hardboot, Removable Liner
Hardboot construction is based on hard shell made out of rigid material. Shell’s characteristics vary between models and brands, however, such skates are always relatively stiff and tough. Thanks to this, the boot provides great ankle support and protects feet from damage – it can also withstand a lot of abuse. Such skates are perfect for aggressive, freeskating, downill and every other skating activity, where safety and reliability matters. In addition, when equipped with short frame, such skates are great entry point in to the world of freestyle slalom.
Removable liner – liner is a type of a soft, sock-like boot that can be taken out of the shell and cleaned separately. It is possible to replace stock liner with different model, to get better fit or adjust the skate to your personal preferences. Ability to replace worn down liner also gives the skates more longevity, as you can breathe a new life in to your old pair by replacing this part.
Riveted cuff – cuff is attached to the shell by rivets.
ATOP disc closure – skates are equipped with quick lacing system developed by ATOP. Strong and lightweight cables wrap around the boot and are tightened by durable disc which allows for high degree of precision.
|Frame Mounting||165 mm|
Heatmoldable liner – liner is made out of heatmoldable materials, which acquire plasticity while heated to temperature below 100 °C. This allows you to adjust it to your anatomy, gives superior comfort and can eliminate unwanted pressure points.
Cuff buckle – traditional buckle with receiver. The cuff is shaped in a way that allows excess of a strap to be hidden in a hole, which makes skating safer. Buckle allows firm tightening of a top of the skate, which stabilizes your ankle.
Embossed aluminium frame
Embossed aluminium frame – frame shape was cut out from thick aluminium sheet and then embossed. It is shaped in a way that gives it rigidity and strength required for skating.
Two-piece 8mm axles
Manufacturer used two piece axles of 8mm diameter. This diameter fits tightly inside inner ring of 608 type bearings and thanks to this, standard spacer is used.
|Wheel Size||80 mm|
Round wheel profile – wheels have round profile, which is midway between flat and bullet one. They are relatively stable and grip well, all the while maintaining good rolling and reasonable speed during skating. They are perfect for anyone who values versatility.
|Bearings Type||ABEC 7|
After exposition products are 100% efficient and are covered by the same terms (such as 14 days for refund or exchange of goods). The product can have minimal signs of use, possible discoloration and lack of original package, no extra tools or additional parts.
One Kizer - Heavy Duty Leather Belt in set.
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