Thanks for joining us at inlineskates.com. We’re going to run you through the 2014 Rollerblade Women’s Inline Skate Buying Guide. This will give you the opportunity to research feature upgrades and price comparisons starting at the bottom and moving all the way up the line. The Rollerblade Zetrablade. Some key features: the Bio Dynamic Shell, Training 5 Star Fit Liner, Monocoque Composite Frame, 80mm wheels, SG5 Bearings, Cuff Buckle, 45 Degree Power Strap and Laces. The Rollerblade Spark 80 ALU. You’re upgrading to the Spark Seamless Shell and Aluminum Frame. Moving up the line, the Rollerblade Macroblade 84 ALU. Here you’re upgrading to the Soft True Wrap Shell, Form 5 Star Fit Liner, Lo-Balance Aluminum Frame, 84mm wheels and SG7 Bearings. The Rollerblade Macroblade 90. Upgrading to the Macro Seamless Shell, Cast Aluminum Frame, 90mm wheels, SG9 Bearings and Laces and Lock. The Rollerblade Igniter 100. You’re upgrading to the Soft True Wrap Igniter Shell, Specialized 5 Star Fit Liner, Extruded Aluminum Frame, 100mm wheels, Speedlace and Lock. The Rollerblade Tempest 90. Here you’re upgrading to a Fiber Tec Anatomical Shell, Precision 5 Star Fit Liner and Performance Asymmetrical Lacing. Thanks for joining us at inlineskates.com. We hope this video will help you make an informed decision on which skate is right for you. Don’t forget to check out the individual videos for each skate and thanks for watching the Daily Spin on inlineskates.com.

2014 Rollerblade Womens Buying Guide by INLINESKATES.COM
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  • March 14, 2014 at 9:18 pm
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    Hi my name is Ashley. I plan on ordering: K2 Alexis X Pro Womens Inline Skates 2014 from the inlineskates website.

    My concern is about my shoe size. I measured my foot in centimeters. It is about 21 and 3/4 cm long and 9 cm wide. It says says the size 22cm foot is a size 5 in US women's. Really trying to avoid trial and error shipping costs. Please help!

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  • March 20, 2014 at 9:37 pm
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    I'm stuck between the igniter 100 and the macro blade 90w. I'd totally choose the macro blade 90w but gosh why does it have to be pink. All women don't like pink. It'll be the first time buying skates that have wheels bigger than 84

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