Confident speed and unparalleled power transfer combine to make the K2 VO2 Max 90 Inline Skates a reliable training partner. The timeless comfort of K2’s Softboot is improved further with the addition of the Vortech Ventilation System. The ultralight aluminum frame is engineered for high-performance power transfer and high-speed stability. A Speed Lacing closure makes it easy to dial in and pop off.
- Lacing Type: Speed Lacing
- Wheel Size: 90mm
- Wheel Durometer: 83A
- Bearings: ILQ-9 Classic Plus
- 90mm wheels provide balance of speed and easy progression
- 83A durometer wheels have mid-range softness; great for a smooth ride outdoors
- Speed lacing provides quick, easy, secure cinch
- Original K2 Softboot offers precision and performance in a lighter, more comfortable package
- VO2 cuff is sculpted for lighter weight and full support
- VO2.2 provides K2’s lightest X-Training platform and excellent power transfer
- Vortech Ventilation System's channels, vents, and perforations keep feet cool and dry
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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.