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K2 Radical 100 Inline Skates (Men's)

K2 Radical 100 Inline Skates (Men's) -

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Style: I140202301

The K2 Radical 100 Inline Skates are everything that you want from advanced-level training skates:; they're lightweight, fast, and stable. The Radical 100 Skate benefits from the ultralight rigidity of its carbon fiber base. The low-cut cuff lets the skater’s technique shine through, while the smooth-rolling 100mm wheels offer fast, stable, speed. The cozy K2 Softboot wraps the foot in natural comfort for as long as you want to go.


  • Ability Level: Advanced
  • Lacing Type: Traditional Lacing
  • Wheel Size: 100mm
  • Wheel Durometer: 80A
  • Bearings: ILQ-9 Classic Plus


  • 100mm wheels for a faster overall speed
  • 80A durometer wheels are on the softer side; great for a smooth ride and vibration absorption
  • Original K2 Softboot offers precision and performance in a lighter, more comfortable package
  • Radical cuff is lightweight and low profile, letting skater technique take over
  • Radical aluminum alloy frame is heat-treated for stiffness and stability at the high speeds

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"Can someone get me a cuff height for a size 10? I am comparing them to my VO2 max 100's."
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Question by DannyG on 11/21/2014 - 2:35 am
"The back of the cuff measures about 6.5" from the frame. The side measures about 7.5" from the frame."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/21/2014 - 9:40 am
"How long will a 100mm/80Dur. wheel last, rotating twice so far in a year? I skate 30 to 80 minutes outside almost everyday.Don't know if I'm losing speed from mushy wheels..."
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Question by Rich on 3/23/2016 - 8:06 pm
"As there are many, many variables involved in wheel longevity we cannot give you a definite amount of time or distance these wheels should last. The best way to tell how much wear you have on your wheels is to look at the profile of the wheel for drastically uneven wear or noticeable loss of material. And since wheels slowly degrade over time, losing performance and speed little by little, it is ultimately a personal decision how much performance you are willing to sacrifice to increase longevity."
Answer by Kyle (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/28/2016 - 10:20 am

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