If you're riding this winter at Mt. Hood, you might catch the K2 team sharing your lift. They're out there 100 plus days a season testing and developing the future in skis, snowboards, bindings, and poles. Technology like fiberglass skis and wide-width snowboards were pioneered under K2's watch; and if it's possible to one-up their technology, the graphics do it. It's a unique look you can identify with, but can't be mistaken for anything other than K2.

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"Skeptical at first but fell in love..."

I absolutely love the comfort and speed of my K2 inline skates! I skated around the National Mall with a friend and thought they were always easy glides and transitions on the roadways and sidewalks. So glad I purchased these as they are absolutely attractive!

Posted by SIMPLYFA6ULOUS from WASHINGTON, DC on 07/27/2015 - 6:29pm
"Excellent trail skate"

I got a larger size 14 shoe and these K2 Skates fit perfectly. Which in my experience is rare amongst other brands. Skate is comfortable, fits nice, snug, lots of ventilation and they ride smooth and fast. I swapped the bearings out to abec's which I find to be the better bearing for trail skating where the roads aren't always as smooth. With the sale price and some decent bearings, the cost is still way under some of the more higher skates that really skate no better than these.

Posted by funeralguy from Great Falls, MT on 07/22/2015 - 4:07pm
"Great skate"

The boot is very comfortable. I found to comfortable from the first skate. The boot is also very easy to put on or take off which is nice. The speed is great and the boot seems well made. Glad I purchased this K2 model over others.

Posted by Rideordie from Midwest on 07/20/2015 - 4:07pm
"Lightweight and comfortable"

I found this K2 helmet very light weight and comfortable. There is a dial in the back part of the headband to adjust fit. Only reason I didn't give 5 stars is lack of use thus far. So far so good.

Posted by Rideordie from Midwest on 07/20/2015 - 4:04pm
"K2 comfort for long distances"

This is a departure from my last pair of K2 Radical 100 skates that had 100 MM wheels. With a hi-lo set up, you can tell the difference right away. Having the smaller 90 mm wheels up front, I was able to push off much more effectively creating additional power with each stride. I did not like the bearings the came with the skates however. After skating on swiss bearings for many years now, these bearings just do not provide the glide I am used to. The soft book K2 is known for continues to provide the comfort needed for long distances. I was impressed with the speed lacing and found the lower Velcro strap important for additional support. The upper strap much like a ski boot, didn't really provide any additional support. Overall, a good skate for advanced skaters.

Posted by Robert Ahles from Minnesota on 07/01/2015 - 3:59pm
"Great Skates for a beginner "

Bought these K2 Sk8 Hero X Pro Inline Skates for a 10 year old who has just started to skate. He loves the look and smooth wheels, I love they are adjustable so he can have them for a while!

Posted by Deano from Florida on 06/06/2015 - 8:42pm
"Awesome wheels!"

I love these K2 wheels. They are a great go between, between the 80/84mm wheels and the huge 100/110mm wheels. The ILQ9 bearings are fast and smooth. The hardness is good for indoor or out (I think a little hard for outdoor though). I prefer them indoors on a roller rink.

I use them in a 90/84mm hi/lo set up on my recreational skates..

Posted by Racercarp from Seattle, WA on 05/23/2015 - 4:21pm
"Great Skate!"

I've only been on these skates a few times but love them so far. My old skates were also K2 so I knew what to expect. The BOA version is super easy to get on and off. Much improved from my original pair. Buy with confidence here.

Posted by Aaron from Denver on 04/29/2015 - 9:33pm
"Great Skates. Great Price."

The K2 VO2 Max 100 Inline Skates are very good skates. High quality. I would recommend them to anyone.

Posted by R Ross from Texas on 04/09/2015 - 3:55pm
"Satisfied but they lack enough ankle support for me"

I recently switched from the brand Rollerblade to K2. I was also using 80 mm wheels before. The benefits of these skates are that the bottom of my foot is a lot more comfortable than before. I used to get blisters in my old skates and I haven't got any from this skate yet. The wheels are very nice and good quality. I notice that I'm going a lot faster and I glide better using the bigger wheels. These wheels are also wearing very nicely, I've rollerbladed around 20 miles on them so far and there is little to no wear. The lacing system is quick and easy. I also like how the strap on top never comes undone when making certain moves when skating. On my old skates the strap occasionally pops open. The downfall of these skates are that they do not go up high enough on my ankle for me. Sometimes I feel lack of support when blading and moving certain ways makes the top of the rollerblade cut into my legs weird. This makes it a little uncomfortable at times but I'm hoping after I get more used to this I will find a way to support myself better without the extra inch going up my ankles.

Posted by Breanna from Wisconsin on 03/17/2015 - 12:14pm