MF500 HardBoot Adult Freeride Skate - Black/Blue

8494787

OXELO

MRP : ₹ 8,999

Made In : China


Made for freeride, freeskate, and roller skating around town.
With their support, comfort and handling, these free skates are at home on any terrain.
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Advantage
Fitting comfortThick foam liner with nylon and lycra interior.
Glide quality80mm (or 76 mm) freeride wheels 82A, ABEC7 bearings. Extruded aluminium plate.
FitRigid structure and triple fastening system (2 micrometric buckles & laces).
Ease of handling243 mm extruded aluminium frame with 80 mm wheels or 231 mm with 76 mm wheels
Impact protectionReinforcements: removable protections on the side of the foot.
Warranty2 years excluding parts subject to usual wear (brake pads, wheels, and bearings)
Technical Information

1
What support do these freeride skates have?
The cuff (the plastic part on top, also known as a "spoiler") has been developed with one aim in mind: offering optimal foot support. To do so, it is moulded with a mixed composite with 15% fibreglass. And for (even more) support, the skates have 2 micrometric buckles and laces.
2
What is the impact protection?
Plastic pads on the forefoot protect the skate when sliding or in the event of a fall.
3
Are these skates versatile, or can they only be used for freeride?
In order to be versatile and ensure a good glide performance, these inline skates are equipped with 80 mm wheels (or 76 mm on size 36 and 38 skates), and a very sturdy plate (to keep up with different jumps and slides). Two different wheel sizes based on shoe size: 4 to 5.5: 76 mm / 6.5 to 12: 80 mm to guarantee that each one is very manoeuvrable. The plate can be slightly moved to the left or the right for a more precise adjustment to your use.
4
What braking system do these freeride skates use?
The whole brake (pad + holder) is available at the workshop of your Decathlon store.
5
What is extruded aluminium?
Extrusion is a thermomechanical manufacturing process in which a compressed material is forced through a die (tool that shapes it into a fixed profile). Since it has not been folded or cut, the extruded part (for this skate, the plate) is therefore more solid and shaped more precisely.
Information / Concept / Technology
Composition
ILS Boot : 100.0% Thermoplastic Polyethylene (TPE) Upper Part - Main Fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) ILS wheels : 50.0% Polyurethane (PU), ILS wheels : 50.0% Polycarbonate (PC) ILS Cuff : 100.0% Thermoplastic Polyethylene (TPE) Chassis : 85.0% Aluminium, Chassis : 10.0% Rubber - Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR), Chassis : 5.0% Polyamide 6.6 (PA6.6) Buckles : 50.0% Polyurethane (PU), Buckles : 50.0% 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 to a naked flame or in direct contact with a heat source.

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First feel
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Skates feel really great and smooth to use . After using it for almost a month , I am happy with skates but there are few things that needs improvement like 1. Long duration comfort 2. Little uncomfortable on Indian roads , if you guys can work on it , this might best buddy a freestyle beginners can have .
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