Thick liner with reinforced foam in areas that are prone to wear.
57 mm wheels (88A hardness rating) for precision, durability and responsiveness.
Very stiff skates thanks to their injection-moulded shell and reinforcements.
Full-length laces, instep straps to keep the foot in position, and ankle buckle.
What is aggressive skating?
Aggressive or street skating is an extreme form of inline skating. It can be done in the street, the skate park or on ramps, and combines technical performance, creativity and a major adrenaline rush.
Wheels & bearings
Small (57 mm), hard (88A) wheels and ABEC3 bearings.
The sole of the boot is fitted with a soul plate (external part) and a wide negative plate (internal part) so that you can do any kind of slide. These two parts have a groove in them to make stalls and grinds easier.
Spare parts for repairing your skates available in workshops.
Applies to inline skates designed for a person weighing between 20 kg and 100 kg (body weight). Defines the safety requirements and specifications related to test methods, labelling, and information provided by the manufacturer to reduce the risks of injury to which the user and third parties may be exposed under normal conditions of use.
Maintenance and repairs
Change parts or repair your skate with the spare parts available in-store or in your Decathlon store's workshop.
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.
Check out all of our maintenance tips on our Oxelo YouTube channel.
Composite plate. Freestyle assembly (2 wheels per skate): very wide grind plate with an H-block that makes stalls, grinds and slides easier.
This was my first pair of rollerskates ever. All of my learning has been done on the street 5. Ive learned how to skate forward, stop, skate backward, powerstop and finally, grind on these very skates. After 1 year, here's my verdict on them:
They are not that great.
One of the main aspects that intrigued me about these skates is how affordable they are. Only 90 euros! most cheap aggressive skates are double that price. However, less money means less product. And that's the main weakness. I only have two complaints:
First off, only having two wheels means that the wheels break quickly. powerstopping on these KILLS wheels. which means you have to replace wheels and that costs money. defeats purpouse of being cheap.
Secondly, why is the groove/h-block HUGE while the soul plate is TINY? Frontside and backside are super easy because of this, but any grind involving soul plates is very hard. As a beginner, learning soul grinds are just a too difficult with these. This applies also to unity and royale, grinds involving contact with soul plate for balance. Which sucks because soul grinds are essential for aggressive skating.
I don't really see the point of buying these when you can buy a better pair. However if you are strapped on cash, these are alright. IS WHAT I WOULD SAY IF SECOND HAND AGGRESSIVE SKATES DIDNT EXIST.
Just get something better.