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hhh Powerslide Next Brown 125 Inline Skates

Powerslide Next Brown 125 Inline Skates

$559.00

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PS908365-38-39

A superskate with a touch of elegance. The new Powerslide Next Brown 125 Inline Skates is the perfect combination of performance and comfort. The heat moldable MYFIT Recall Dual Fit liner with its memory fit padding provides this little bit of extra comfort that makes you feel great from the very first stride and wants to let you skate longer with more pleasure.
The boot offers plenty of unique custom options. Adjusted the cuff height or cant the cuff, get more forward flex by cutting the wings of the shell, adjust the length of your cuff wing if needed or check out one of several lacing options to either get more flex and more support when skating. Feel the power that wants to be released. Powerslide 125mm Infinity wheels paired with Wicked ABEC 9 bearings let you fly over the asphalt. The 255mm Elite casted and CNC machined aluminum frame delivers an incredibly stable and smooth ride on a straight way as well as in corners. Turn up a gear and unleash the full potential of the Next 125.

Size Measurement
To find the correct fitting skate follow the below directions to find your CM foot measurement. Once you have determined your CM foot measurement of your larger foot compare it to the sizing chart to select your perfect skate size. A perfect fitting skate should be a snug fit without being uncomfortable and squashed. If you have any additional sizing questions please feel free to contact us.
Place a blank piece of paper on the floor flush with the bottom edge of a wall. Stand up straight against the wall on the paper with your heel firmly against the wall.
Have a friend trace around your toes onto the paper with a pencil. This will give you your heel to toe foot length. Repeat for your other foot.
Use a ruler to measure the heel to toe length for both feet. Use the longer of the two measurements to compare with the sizing chart.