Rollerblade - Spark 84 2019
- 1 pair of skates (2 skates)
- extra short axle
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Rollerblade Spark 84 is a fitness skate by Rollerblade brand. This four-wheel skate will make a great choice for everyday trainings or for learning the basics. This model comes in two color versions – for HER and for HIM.
The comfort of the user was an important factor during the production. After all, it is meant for regular use, meaning the user will spend hours wearing it! It’s enough to cast an eye on the skate to see it is well ventilated. Composite heel cup and rivet composite cuff ensure good support for the ankle. The skate comes with a buckle, 45 degree Velcro strap and lacing system – all that to ensure both comfort and stabilization, to make the ride safe.
Taking durability and track records into account, the frame is made of embossed aluminum, as it is more rigid and tough than composite, and at the same time – light. Four 84 mm wheels are both fast and maneuverable. Their hardness is 84A, which provides a good grip and vibration dampening, as well as high speed, making the ride more pleasant. They come with 8 mm axis (the most popular ones in the market). This solution ensures there will be no problems should a need to replace any parts arise. SG 3 bearings with special grease, used only by Rollerblade brand, are the final touch. To ensure better safety, the skate comes with a brake.
Rollerblade are industry’s veterans and one of the most important brands in inline skating history. The company was founded in year 1982 by Brennan Olson and Scott Olson, in Minnesota. Since then, Rollerblade underwent several acquisitions and finally became a part of Tecnica Group, a corporation which gathers several well-known and highly valued sport brands under its umbrella.
Contrary to popular belief, Rollerblade was not the first company to mass-manufacture inline skates. However, they were the first company to sell them worldwide and invest heavily in promotion of the rising sport. A testament of their success is the fact that we now use “rollerblading”, a word derived from company’s name, as a synonym to inline skating. Inline skates themselves are often called “rollerblades” or in shortened form, “blades”.
In this day and age, Rollerblade stands for quality. They are not the most innovative of the brands, their catalogue is not as expansive as some others, but without a shadow of doubt – a product with Rollerblade logo on it, is a quality one - from the simplest recreational skates to high end speedskating boots. Company’s approach can be described as steady evolution rather than revolution – this may not appeal to some customers, but guarantees that RB’s skates are always a safe bet. It’s worth remembering that Rollerblade do have resources to give us a surprise from time to time – being in one family with winter sports giants like Nordica, Tecnica and Blizzard Sports gives them an opportunity for technology transfer.
Even though Rollerblade prefers quality over quantity, they offer skates for almost every style: from kid’s skates, through recreational, fitness, speed and aggressive to urban skates. The only area where their catalogue is lacking is freestyle slalom; Rollerblade, to this day, has not created a model dedicated for this type of activity, even though their older urban skate, Twister, was a very popular choice among beginners and intermediate slalom enthusiasts at the beginning of the century.
Rollerblade have always worked with skaters and attracted best of them. There was a time when their aggressive inline skating team was unmatched – the very first pro skate of one of most talented and highest regarded skaters in history, Alexander Broskow, was made by Rollerblade. They were the first company to release a pro-model of an urban skate with Fusion 84 Greg Mirzoyan. It’s worth mentioning names like Ben Brillante, Sven Boekhorst, Robert Guerrero, Vincent Vuvankha and Danny Alridge – all skate or skated for Rollerblade. Moreover, the company is trying to make ambassadors of skating out of people who practice other sports – we can mention a loose cooperation with skiing superstar, Sierra Quitiquit. The company also tries to appeal to skiing audience in particular by their campaign and training program called “Skate to ski”.
Rollerblade - Spark 84 2019
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