What is up guys, my name is Dru and I’m a product specialist with InlineSkates.com. Today I want to take a look at the K2 Fit 84 and Alexis 84 Boa inline skates. Now this is where things start to get interesting in the K2 line. If you take a look here you’ll see we have a ratchet/power strap combo – pretty standard. It comes with your Boa Lacing System, just go ahead push that on in and give it a crank. When you hear that clicking you know you’re good to go. You get a perfect fit with that steel lacing system every single time. Coming on down a dicast aluminum frame, along with an 84mm, 88 wheel and an ILQ 7 barring. The big feature on this bad boy though, is that these frames will accommodate up to a 90mm wheel. If you want to upgrade to the next level, you can go from an 84 to a 90 without having to buy a new skate. And here we have the Alexis 84 Boa. Exact same specs, but designed for a women’s foot fit. Again, ratchet/power strap, Boa Dial System – push it in and give it a crank. Dicast aluminum along with an 84mm, 88 wheel, ILQ 7 Barring and again this will house up to a 90mm wheel so you don’t have to trade up to a new skate when you get tired of the 84mm. This is going to be a great skate for that intermediate, recreational skater who really wants to dial it up, maybe looking to go to a race skate in the future. This will give you a great transition without having to buy multiple sets of skates to get there. Again that is going to be the K2 FIt 84 and Aleixs 84 Boa. Check them out on InlineSkates.com

2018 K2 Fit 84 Boa and Alexis 84 Boa Mens and Womens Inline Skate Overview by InlineSkatesDotCom
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  • July 24, 2018 at 5:42 am
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    I bought the men’s boa fit in this video, but it’s been a week & no skates yet! I am getting really annoyed. I also can’t find any reviews on this skate! I am hoping that these will be what I’m looking for , for summer lighter weight skates, but I have hard 85a wheels waiting, if this works for me. I am used to Maxxum 84mm & rip it up in the streets & beach. Hope they hold up & fit! Now how come shipping is so long! Inline warehouse is overnight & I screwed up ordering from wherever this is with the similar name. Don’t mess with me!

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