I have searched in many websites before finding inline skate s I can afford, which means in a budget of 10.000¥. I finally bought those rollers almost a month ago and I use them 2 to 3 times a week along the rivers.
I used to practice it in skate park when I was younger (I am 22 now) and I can humbly say I have quite a great level. So it's a pleasure to find this product with their ABEC 7 glide performance (not the best in the current market but still a great one) and the confort I find in the shoes. They are not light, that's sure, but I won't say they are heavy since the weight did not disturbed me.
They are delivered with the tools to remove the break or change a wheel.
Finally, I will say that I pushed them up to 50 kmh and they were still stable!
In conclusion, I recommend.
Absolutely love them, big wheels and so comfortable! Only minus is that they are quite heavy.. Xxx
This skate is one of the best skate available in the indian market. The skate has a very good response in control, ride quality and comfort level. Fits excellent and snuggles up ur feet to lower the fatigue rate during long rides. The wheels works really well on tar roads too.
Wheel size from 76- 80 mm can be used on the frame. and if one wants to enhance the life of the wheels i would suggest them to interchange the wheels from one shoe with the other in the following manner .
eg. if the right shoe wheels counting from toes to heel are R1, R2, R3, R4 LIKEWISE LEFT - L1 L2 L3 L4.
then interchange them to- R1 <-> L3 , R2<->L4, R3 <-> L1 and lastly R4<->L2.
there are other patterns which is available on any inline help page.
the problem with this skate is the first wheel of the right shoo is getting ruin out very easily.
and 2nd most headache is there is no wheels available for the same.
if you buy this shoo then if you want change the wheel you cannot find in any store of the decathlon or in market.
I suggest those who are learner they can go but you will end up with the shoes after 3 months.
this is my personal experience.