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hhh Powerslide Phuzion SMU Enzo 80 Inline Skates

Powerslide Phuzion SMU Enzo 80 Inline Skates

$369.00

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PS902012-36

CHECK CHART IN PHOTOS FOR CORRECT SIZING

The Powerslide Phuzion Radon 90 skate is the pinnacle of comfortable performance. Constructed using a glass-fiber reinforced strong and stiff outer shell and cuff and combined with the TRINITY X mounting system it provides an amazing stable platform that improves power transfer, reduces vibrations and creates a super low center of gravity for more and better balance. The new Powerknit upper with TPU welded reinforcements ensures a snug and supportive fit. Powerslide´s Elite casted aluminum 4x90 - 275mm frame is light weight and stiff. A super comfortable fixed liner with dual density foams and an additional heel lock keeps you skating all day long. This skate is agile, nicely rolling with its 90mm Powerslide Infinity and Wicked ABEC 7 bearings. Moreover it includes the Powerslide HABS braking system. Phuzion: Comfortable Performance.

Boot: Glass-fiber reinforced plastic, Trinity

Frame: Powerslide Elite casted, Trinity, 4x90mm, 10,7", Aluminium

Wheels: Powerslide Infinity 90mm - 85A

Powerslide Phuzion SMU Enzo 80 Inline Skates

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.