Trekking Skates 2in1 WORKER Denel - SPECIAL OFFER
Retro roller skates, two lines of wheels, replaceable chassis, front brake.
Trekking Skates 2in1 WORKER Denel
The Trekking Skates 2in1 WORKER Denel are retro roller skates. The two lines of wheels make them stable. Since the skating style is different from rollerblading, they feature a front brake. You can turn roller skates into ice skates by replacing the wheel chassis with the blade. Thanks to the AdjusTouch system, the size can be easily adjusted using the button on the side of the skate. As a result, these skates grow with your child.
The plastic chassis and ABEC 5 Carbon lightweight bearings made of polyurethane rubber provide excellent riding characteristics while the blade made of certified steel makes skating as smooth as possible. The practical loop on the top back shoe and combined – lacing/two buckle – closure ensure easy put on/take off. The Trekking Skates 2in1 WORKER Denel are suitable for beginners, recreational skaters, disco skating, roller dance, park skating and – thanks to the replaceable chassis – also ice skating.
- Replaceable chassis
- MicroLock – double sided safety buckle
- Lacing and Velcro closure
- Front brake
- Adjustable size – with button on side (AdjusTouch)
- Two lines of wheels
- Loop on top shoe (QuickLace System)
- Frame: plastic
- Wheel size: 54mm
- Wheel material: PU
- Wheel hardness: 82A
- Blade: certified steel, toothless
- Bearings: ABEC 5 Carbon
- Weight limit: 60kg
- Suitable for beginners and recreational skaters
- Blade covers included
Trekking Skates 2in1 WORKER Denel - Product parameters
Frame is the main art of every skate.
Ice skates are designed to with stand low temperatures and potential puck hits. That's why most of them feature durable plastic frame.
Most adjustable 2in1 skates are also made of plastic.
Aluminium ensures durability, speed and light weight. Aluminium frames are found mostly in summer inline skates.
The ABEC-1 through ABEC-9 scale denotes the presision of the manufacture process. The higher the number, the more precisely the bearings are made (smaller margin). Other scales are used mainly on children's skates.
Ice skate blades differ mainly in the design of the front part of the blade.
Blades with toe picks can be seen especially on women's skates. They allow for a figure-skating style, where the skater can use the toe picks to stop their movement.
Blades without toe picks are typical for men's types of skates. They are suitable for a fast hockey-style skating.
Thanks to the high-quality stainless steel, the blades are corrosion resistant.
By observing the weight limit of the product, you significantly increase its service life and prevent it from wearing down prematurely. It is not recommended to exceed this limit.
Wheel hardness between 76A and 90A is ideal for casual skating.
Wheel hardness over 90A is better suitable for speed and race skating.
Type of fastening depends on the purpose of your skates.
Men's and women's ice skates are fastened by laces which are perfect for tightening the skate around your foot when ice skating.
Inline skates usually feature a combination of lacing and buckles or Velcro straps. The laces comfortably adjust your foot on the shoe and the straps and bucles will secure your ankle.
Both ice and inline children's skates, are mostly secured with buckles. They are easy to use and very popular among children. They are suitable for all children that lack the strength to tighten laces or those who can't yet tie them.