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RB Pro X W Cruiser 2022

RB Pro X W Cruiser 2022

Regular price €249,95 EUR
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  • Description

    Looking for a responsive and versatile skate? The RB Pro X is for you. Molded-boot comfort from a new anatomical and sublimated liner combined with a training footbed and top eyelets, provides ideal support and cushion. A 243mm/9.6” extruded frame with lateral sliders, 80mm/85A Supreme Urban wheels and Twincam ILQ-7 Plus bearings wheels provide control, stability and speed; brake is standard.
    THIS SKATE IS FOR - Skaters looking for an urban, responsive skate with optimal cushioning and support.
    VERSATILE MOLDED SHELL - Highly-durable and vented; sublimated training liner.
    ADVANCED CLOSURE SYSTEM - Cuff buckle, micro-adjustable 45° buckles and precise-fit lacing (extra laces included).
    EXTRUDED ALUMINUM FRAME - Superior 243mm/10"/9.6", racing axles, laterally adjustable.
    ROLLERBLADE SUPREME WHEELS - 80mm/85A wheels with Twincam ILQ-7 Plus bearings reduce wear and maximize speed.
    CLOSURE: Locking cuff buckle, micro adj 45° buckle, laces (extra laces in box)
    SHELL/UPPER: RB, molded, vented, lateral slider
    WHEEL: Supreme Urban 80mm/85A
    FRAME: Extruded Alu (max 80mm) 243mm/9.6", racing axles, laterally adjustable
    BEARING: Twincam ILQ-7 Plus
    LINER: High Performance, shock absorber, extended eyelets, sublimated lining, Training footbed
    BRAKE: In the box
  • Product Specifications

    Amount of wheels 4 Wheels (the standard)
    Color White
    Liner Hardboot (removable liner)
    Outer wheel diameter 80mm
    Skate frame mounting 165mm mount
    Skate length True to size
    Skate sizing type Dual sizing (typical for hardboots)
    Sold per per set of 2
    Wheel diameter 80mm


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  • About Rollerblade

    Rollerblade produces recreational and aggressive inline skates. The company was the first to successfully market inline skates in the early 1980s.