Get your skates on and off in record time thanks to the patented system.
SHR 80 mm (80A hardness) wheels, ABEC 7 bearings and aluminium frame.
The lightest skates in the range.
Takes up very little space thanks to the opening at the back.
What type of shoes is this system compatible with?
Fits most sportswear shoes.
Not recommended for shoes with a heel over 3 cm, open sandals or high-tops (over the ankle).
Micrometric double buckle that remembers its setting,
making it easy to put on and take off in record time.
4 sizes, fitting shoe sizes 6½ to 11½, to fit any of your shoes:
Size S: 6½/7
Size M: 7½/8
Size L: 8½/10
Size XL: 11/11½
Suited for your urban life
2.7 kg per pair in size M (7½/8).
Pull the skate upper down to line up with the wheels; they'll take up half as much space in your bag as classic inline skates, and easily slide into a backpack or messenger bag.
Glide performance, comfort, support
SHR (Super High Rebound) wheels: high-end rubber that guarantees good push off with no energy loss.
Aluminium frame for improved durability and propulsion.
Length: 250 mm (S and M) and 270 mm (L and XL), the ideal sizes for a balance of manoeuvrability and stability.
The frame's axle can be modified to perfectly suit your centre of balance.
High density EVA foam padding ensures excellent comfort and holds the foot in place perfectly.
Cable made of high-durability hardened steel for outstanding strength.
How to maintain and repair your skates
Replacing parts or repairing your skates can be easily done using the spare parts available on the shelves or in the workshop of your Decathlon store.
After skating in water, dust or sand, remove the wheels, dry and degrease the bearings with a dry cloth. We recommend that you regularly rotate your wheels so they wear down evenly.
Find our advice and tutorials on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/oxelo/videos
Replacement of worn parts
Available in-store and online:
Wheels: 80 mm 80A/84A, 84 mm 84A (only certain sizes fit 84 mm wheels).
ABEC 7 bearings.
What is the maximum weight for these skates?
These skates meet the EN 13843 class A standard (adult skates). This standard applies to "Roller sports equipment - inline skates" designed for a person weighing between 20 kg and 100 kg. This European standard defines the safety requirements and the specifications for the test methods, markings, and information provided by the manufacturer, with the aim of reducing the risk of injury.
+ Good wheels and bearings for the price.
Amazing for beginners, I was learning how to skate, so I used those skates for part of my commute to work, and when I was in more bus parts of the City I was taking skates off and run.
+Very easy to put on.
- Ankle cuff not comfortable,
- Easy to grind off toe strap once you fall.
- Middle strap broke within 3 months of use, and Decathlon couldn't repair, so received full refund- maybe this is + as I used skates for 3 months for free.
- bearing wasted after one rain - this is applicable to most of skates, but still can't understand how you can make outdoor equipment which is not waterproof.