Dominate your city with the Rollerblade Maxxum 100 Inline Skates. This is Rollerblade’s ultimate hybrid skate, blending molded boot support with fast, stable 100mm wheels. This skate offers the rider reliable response and maneuverability while still letting him open things up and go for full performance. The Hydrogen wheels offer Rollerblade’s highest blend of speed, durability, and control.
- Lacing Type: Traditional Laces
- Wheel Size: 3 100mm/1 90mm
- Wheel Durometer: 85A
- Bearings: SG9
- 100mm wheels for a faster overall speed
- Blended wheel sizes lower center of gravity for more efficient stride
- 85A durometer wheels have mid-range softness; great for a smooth ride outdoors
- Specialized Fit shock-absorber liner for comfort and vibration dampening
- Vented, molded New Cuff boot upper offers unparalleled support
- Micro-adjust cuff buckle, new 45-degree buckle, and laces combine for close, comfortable fit
- Extruded Alu 310-mm frame for light, speedy performance
- New Hydrogen urethane wheels offer an optimal blend of roll, resilience, power, and rebound
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Comments about Rollerblade Maxxum 100 Inline Skates Men's, Black/Acid Green, 26.5:
I bought these inline skates as I am a K2 junkie and wanted to try something different. There is no question the speed is awesome. The power transfer is impressive for a skate of this magnitude. However I bought a US10 with a narrow foot. I tried them for about 25 miles and noticed some blisters. I was hoping it was just a break in process. After a 100 miles, the blisters got worse. I tried wearing little slip on sleeves. They didn't do a thing. I ended up selling them.
If you are a beginner/intermed skater who wants speed but doesn't want to sacrifice the ankle, then get them! I went to the K2 VO2 Max 100's and love them. The flex in the ankle is perfect. I wouldn't go back to Rollerblade and it is sad because I think they are a great company but far from good for my feet. Everyone has their own pick. Mine continues to be K2 on the road and the snow.