Fit 3 Junior Kids' Fitness Inline Skates - Turquoise



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Made for kids aged 8 to 12 who are competent skaters and want to go on rides of several kilometres (approx. 1 hour).
Comfortable and versatile, a perfect compromise for starting to go on skate tours.
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Fitting comfortSemi-soft liner with several foam pads for added comfort.
Glide quality70 mm wheels and ABEC 3 bearings.
FitWell-covering plastic parts combined with a triple tightening system.
AdjustableAdjustable skates in 4 sizes. Feet grow. So do your skates.
Warranty2 years excluding wear parts (wheels / bearings and brake)
Technical Information

What is the maximum weight for these kids' skates?
These skates are certified by the EN 13843 standard, class B, and can carry up to 60 kg.
1 size skate = 4 shoe sizes. How does this scalable system work?
The 3 stage adjustment: 1. Open the lever. 2. Pull on the front of the boot. 3. Close the lever.Using this system, your child will be able to use these inline skates for more than one season. To keep your child comfy, choose skates that are suitable for their feet: avoid skates that are too heavy (not suited to their strength) or too big (their feet will slip inside the boot leading to poor posture & difficulty in controlling their movements).
How comfy are the Fit 3 kids' skates?
Semi-soft boots with foam padding for more comfort. The boots are made from airy mesh (fabric that absorbs moisture well) to keep feet drier for longer. These inline skates are very easy to put on thanks to their simple, effective fastenings: a micrometric buckle on the top of the boot for more precision + a rip-tab strap on the instep to ensure the foot fits tightly into the shoe. Elasticated laces on sizes 11-13½ and 13½-2½, and standard laces on sizes 2½-5½.
How do the Fit 3 skates let kids skate and brake easily?
70mm 80A wheels & ABEC bearings: a good compromise between handling and efficiency (max wheel size: 74mm). Composite frame: ideal for learning as it absorbs vibrations from the ground and glides along comfortably. Classic brake with a rubber stopper that can be mounted on the right or left foot. Spare stoppers are available in-store (reference 8318932).
What are the advantages of rubber brakes over plastic ones?
Oxelo is committed to helping your child skate safely, whatever their technical ability. We have chosen to fit all children's products with rubber wheels and brakes, rather than PVC, because our number one concern is your child's safety. Unlike PVC, rubber grips well on hard ground and stops your child from slipping when they push off, as well as helping them brake effectively.
How do you maintain Oxelo FIT3 kids' skates?
You can repair and change the parts using the after-sales components available in the department or workshop at your local Decathlon store.
Sizes10.5C/13C, 13C/2.5, 2.5/5
Information / Concept / Technology
Upper of : 50.0% Polyester (PES), Upper of : 50.0% Polyurethane (PU) Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester (PES) ILS Boot : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP) ILS wheels : 50.0% Polyurethane (PU), ILS wheels : 50.0% Polypropylene (PP) Chassis : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP) ILS Cuff : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP) Outer sole of : 100.0% Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) Buckles : 50.0% Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), Buckles : 30.0% Polycarbonate (PC), Buckles : 20.0% Polyamide 6.6 (PA6.6) Bearing : 100.0% Steel

Stockage tips
We recommend you keep your inline skates in a dry, cool place. After use do not dry near a naked flame or in direct contact with a heat source.

Maintenance tips
Remember to change the brake once it has worn down to its limit. We recommend rotating the wheels regularly so that they wear down evenly, and wiping them down with a clean, dry cloth after each use. To improve glide performance, you can upgrade your bearings to ABEC 5 or 7 bearings as your child progresses. You can find our maintenance tips on the Oxelo YouTube channel in the inline skates tutorial section (