Bladerunner Men's Pro 80 Inline Skate

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Bladerunner Men's Pro 80 Inline Skate - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Take to the city streets or roll through your local park with speed and power in the Bladerunner® Men's Pro 80 Inline Skate. Designed for optimal performance, the Pro 80 features 80mm wheels with ABEC 5 bearings for a smooth ride. The adjustable cuff buckle and forefoot powerstrap provides comfort and support. A composite frame allows you to skate hard and fast with stability and control. Experience an exhilarating ride on the Men's Pro 80.

  • Performance inline skate for men
  • Engineered for speed and power
  • Creates a fun and exhilarating fitness experience
  • Composite frame provides a durable and stable ride
  • Wheels: 80mm
  • ABEC 5 bearings achieve the perfect balance of speed and control
  • Forefoot powerstrap and lace closure system offers comfort and support
  • Cuff buckle ensures a secure fit
  • Style: 0T306000774
  • Bladerunner
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 24781546

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by This is NOT a Rollerblade product. It is a garbage Bladerunner. Change the title please. I wanted to buy the least expensive pair of skates from the Rollerblade brand. I have speed skate with big 100mm wheels and carbon fiber boots and NO brake. So I wanted an 80mm wheel skate with a brake so I can be casual sometimes and also teach friends how to brake. So the base model from K2 or Rollerblade was all I was going to accept. And that was what I ordered. Something with the brand name ROLLERBLADE on it. The one brand I would NEVER purchase is BladeRunner, based on a friend's horrible experience. Well guess what? That is exactly what this skate is, the BLADERUNNER PRO 80, and there is NOTHING pro about it. It was the correct size, and the right skate fit fine. The left skate was so malformed at the ankle bolt that I could not keep it on my foot for more than 5 minutes before it was too painful to bear. I tried it 2 days in a row, and then tried to expand that area by wedging tennis balls in there to open it up. Tried skating again on day 4, still too painful to keep on my foot for more than 10 minutes. So I went online again, to another sporting goods store, found the actual base model of Rollerblade, the Spiritblade, and ordered that. The list price was $130 and I paid $97. The list price of the Bladerunner product I got from Dick's was $120 and I paid $70. I would not pay $5 for this. I would not turn around and sell it on Craig's List to ruin someone else's potential enjoyment of this great activity. Fortunately, Dick's will take the skates back, came with a return label, too much hassle for me to box it up again and label it and take it to UPS, so I will just take it to my nearest Dick's when I get the chance in the next 2 months. Here's the bottom line: aside from it being too painful to wear for more than 10 minutes (my friend with the previous experience also had that problem): wheels: the REAL Rollerblade wheels were much higher quality and rolled a LOT better (I do a coasting test in my parking deck by rolling down the ramp, and they coasted twice as far as the BladeRunners). upper liner: Rollerblade's is comfortable, soft, this BladeRunner feels like felt over styrofoam; ankle strap: again, Rollerblade's feels sturdier, thicker, more flexible, BladeRunner is stiff AND thin; ratcheting buckle: Rollerblade's worked smoothly and adjusted easily; especially compared to the BladeRunner. Bottom line: don't buy anything below the base models of K2 or Rollerblade. UNFORTUNATELY, that is what I tried to do, but the Dick's website foiled me by calling it a ROLLERBLADE brand product throughout and on my packing label AND nowhere mentioning it was actually a BladeRunner (which is OWNED now by Rollerblade but is NOT a Rollerblade.) November 13, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Best value I have seen I was looking for rollerblades for my 15 year old son. I did not want to pay $220 for something he was going to outgrow in a year. I was lucky to happen across these at Dick's Sporting Goods. My son likes them a lot and has been using them as weather allows. March 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Comfortable and Smooth I love these skates. They are smooth and comfortable. I can control them easily. I am able to go fast in the street and on smooth surfaces. July 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by weel blade great quality produce reasonable price, feet breath easy but a little too tide on my right foot.! April 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good for beginers I got these as a way to mix up my routine, and they have met my expectations as a someone who is just starting inline skating. April 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for the price! Got these for my husband and he has used them around 4 times so far without any issues! They are comfortable and durable. The wheels and brake will probably need to be replaced soon but we are happy with the purchase overall! September 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome! Awesome rollerblades. Very satisfied with the product. July 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Work well hurt my feet a little They work fine but they squeeze my feet on the top inside July 15, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Too narrow I have very thin, narrow feet and even though they are like that, these blades still hurt the side of my feet. Other than that.... No complains, smooth and nice looking i guess August 17, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Uncomfortable Need to return these. Rubbed on my foot and was not comfortable. October 23, 2014
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