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We have used them on our solid oak floors (not pr-efinished) and have had no problems, it's actually quite cute and hilarious to watch them in our cold Chicago winter :) These have never been used outside, so we weren't concerned. After we can use them outside, I will have to see if the wheels are scratched up and then they will not be used inside any longer. However, if you do not have solid, or have a softer wood like walnut, I probably would not let them be used indoors.
Mar 19, 2014 by Alli
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I'm thinking a 6- my daughter was in a 9 when we purchased these and they fit on the second setting.
Nov 19, 2013 by Amazon Customer
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mine are wide as well, I'm guessing so they can accommodate all types of shoes. But when I tighten the skates, I actually bend the plastic edges somewhat so they create a narrower area. My daughter is in a size 7 toddler shoe and i can usually narrow the gap significantly to stop the majority of the sliding. I pinch the edges while I strap the velcro. It works for us.
Dec 30, 2013 by Lacy Hatfield
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Not likely. We have only allowed our daughter on the sidewalk but our street is textured and these skates may do ok as they are made well but for a child learning to skate they would not be very sturdy for them in a street. Hope this helps:-)
Sep 15, 2014 by Shay
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Yes. The wheels lock, so the child can essentially walk in them. It has options for a total lock, back wheels only, or all wheels unlocked.
Dec 3, 2013 by C. D. Donovan
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Not that I'm aware of but they only fit up to shoe size 12 so weight would be limited anyway.
Dec 10, 2013 by Leajh
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These skates could be. The wheels can be locked so your daughter can get used to the feel of standing/walking on them. Then they can be set to roll frontwards only, and finally, to a full roll. My grandson just turned 4 but is small for his age and he did fine. If the skates fit her feet, and she is a stable walker, she should be OK.
1 day ago by tchr3
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Depends on her shoes size my niece is 3 where's size 7 fits big
Feb 1, 2015 by betsy de la cruz
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I don't know, they look like they would be good for a rink.
Nov 3, 2014 by Eitan
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There are three settings that you can switch between, which allow your child to go from walking to actual skating. The skates are pretty good. They are sturdy and easy to put on and take off. My daughter loves them.
Mar 31, 2014 by pretta Davis
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