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Item Number (DPCI): 082-07-1184
Watch her learn to skate as she grows in the Stryde Adjustable Inline Skates. She will be speeding along on her Urethane Wheels and poised in her well-built inline skates. In Purple/White. *Easy push button adjustable sizing, deluxe comfort liner, and power strap. *Reinforced Polymer Frame. *Polyurethane wheels. *Gold-5 Speed bearing. *Adjustable sizing: Medium fits 2-5. Small fits 11-1.
I bought these for my 11 year old and she has used them several times already. She has no complaints on them, so I have no complaints either. Arrived several days before what was estimated which I greatly appreciated!
I previously purchased a pair of these skates for a granddaughter in Nov. They are very good quality and easily adjust to a child's growing feet. When Xmas came around I purchased 2 pair for twin granddaughters in Purple. They loved them. I wish other colors would be available since I'm sure Lacey and Lilly will likely mix them up.
I saw the other review which states no specific reason for it's rating and felt compelled to share my own experience. I bought these for my niece (5) who loves them! She had previously owned a pair of Disney Princess convertible skates, which were good for somebody who had never skated before. However she eventually tired of the low/no roll bearings, which prevented her from truly skating. The RD Stryde has proper skate bearings so they roll like proper skates. I was immediately impressed by the quality of it's construction, and find them comparable to higher priced skates from brand names like Rollerblade, K2. They key difference, and the reason I opted for the RD Stryde is because it offers the highest quality at the lowest price, and its specs were just right for my niece. As a beginner, she doesn't need the biggest wheels or fastest bearings. The RD Stryde is sized and fitted just right. I also prefer its lower cuff, when compared to the K2s and Rollerblade styles. This is simply a matter of preference. The lower cuff makes the skate more maneuverable around cones, and more like my urban skates. I might have opted for a higher cuff style/brand, with larger wheels and smoother bearings if she were skating for distance, but as she uses her skates mostly to advance maneuvers like jumping, turning, skating backwards etc. My niece has so much fun in them that my nephew has asked for a pair :*)