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Chicago Boys' Rink Roller Skates - Dick's Sporting Goods

Chicago Boys' Rink Roller Skates

Item Number: 11929559
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Have fun skating with the Chicago ® Boys' Rink Roller Skates. The black rink pattern boots feature eyelets and speed laces for a comfortable fit and ease of closing. The double adjustable lightweight chassis allows for easy and smooth turning.


  • Black rink pattern boot with eyelets and speed laces
  • Comfortable fit
  • Double adjustable light weight
  • Urethane spoke wheels
  • Semi precision bearings
  • Boys' roller skates
  • Chicago Skates

Country Of Origin: Imported

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by i am tickle pink with product love it skates of my own haven,t seen skates in ages glide to get a new pair January 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fun to learn with Chicago skates After searching through local sports stores, at the rink, big box stores and websites, we finally chose the Chicago boys rink skates for our 4 and 1/2 year old grandson. They are easy to get on and off, support his ankles, and glide smoothly around the basement floor. They are also suited for the indoor roller rink, which he will be going to soon for a party. He uses them to play roller hockey. Although the shoe is a vinyl, it looks and feels almost like leather--too bad they still aren't made with leather. We purchased them two sizes bigger than he wears for growth. He wears long sports socks over his regular socks, and that works fine. I would recommend these skates over others that we found at big box stores. February 28, 2013
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