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Razor Sole Skate

by Razor
188 customer reviews
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About the Product

  • Completely unique three-wheeled single skate design
  • Backpack friendly perfect for any mobile lifestyle!
  • Virtually the size of your shoe perfect for covert coasting
  • Pivoting front wheel design and traction deck platform for increased foot control
  • Smooth-rolling 64mm urethane wheels and ABEC-5 bearings

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Product Description

Razor Sole Skates: The soul of a skater. The ride if your life! Completely unique three-wheeled single skate design. Thanks to the 51mm urethane wheels with ABEC-5 bearings gives the Sole Skate a smooth ride. It’s pivoting front wheel design and traction deck platform give provides ultimate foot control. Virtually the size of your shoe perfect for covert coasting. The small single skate design makes this a perfect backpack friendly for any mobile lifestyle. Designed for riders 8 years and up and supports up to 220 pounds.

Uniting the soul of a skater with the stability of a skateboard, the Razor Sole Skate gives you the ride of your life. The Sole Skate is a completely unique three-wheeled foot skate that fits your shoe almost perfectly. Once you step into the Sole Skate, you'll enjoy full control as you swerve around the sidewalk or street, with a pivoting front wheel and a traction deck platform to help you maneuver confidently.

The skate also includes 51mm urethane wheels and ABEC-5 bearings, so you'll enjoy a smooth ride on virtually any flat surface. And thanks to the skate's compact design, it fits easily in most backpacks and shoulder bags, making it perfect for your mobile lifestyle. Designed for riders 8 and older, the Razor Solo Skate supports up to 220 pounds.


  • Easily attaches to any back pack (clip not included)
  • 64mm urethane wheels
  • Three-wheel design
  • Grip tec system
  • Ages 8 and older
  • No assembly required
  • Product decoration may vary
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 9 x 3.5 inches
  • Product Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Maximum rider weight: 220 pounds

About Razor
Founded in June 2000, Razor USA is a privately held company based in Cerritos, California, and holds the worldwide rights to the Razor brand. Home of the wildly popular Razor kick scooter, Razor sells several other scooters, including the E100, E200, and E300 (electric scooters), along with such cutting-edge products as the Dirt Rocket, Pocket Mod, Pocket Rocket, Ground Force, a line of electric-powered ride-on toys, and a junior line of scooters. Razor has won numerous awards, including the Toy Industry Association's "Toy of the Year" and "Toy of the Year" honors from Time Magazine, Parents, Parenting, Sports Illustrated for Kids, Nick Jr., and U.S. News & World Report.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002S0YPUQ
  • Item model number: 2005-SS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (188 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,820 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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130 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 5, 2010
I had been saving some money to get a ripstik, but I decided to get my sole skate the day after I had even heard of it. I took my local bus down to a store where they sell it, and then walked home in the pouring rain. I wanted it THAT badly. I was so excited to ride it right away, but then I realized that I couldn't learn how to ride this little sole skate in the rain; it would be too hard. So I practiced a bit inside my house in my tile hallways. I became a bit disheartened by the lack of progress I was making, and wasn't thinking to highly of my new toy. But this Easter weekend, I decided to take a better shot at learning to ride the thing, and it was pretty much just awesome!

I too live in a place on my street where either direction I take off, I head straight down hill. After an hour of practice or less, I was able to fly down the hills comfortably. Compared to a skateboard, this thing is pretty stable. It is a bit shaky, but not so much that you freak out about how you are probably going to die. It goes pretty fast, but I might put in some ABEC 7's like the other reviewer did. I would be a bit nervous going down my hill though, because it did gain some serious speed.

The turning is ok; it takes a long time to master it especially with the direction you would go putting weight on outside of your feet; turning into the arch is easier (the direction is different for all depending on which foot you put on the sole skate). Sharp turning is pretty much impossible for me right now, though I am getting better.

My favorite thing about this board is its physical qualities. You can just throw it down onto the street and fly; it doesn't break! The compact size is amazing too. It's a bit heavier than I expected, but nothing like the ripstik or a skateboard.
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Bean on October 12, 2010
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Bought mostly for commuting and took a couple days to get used to. Works well on smooth pavement or sidewalk, not well where sidewalk has big cracks or pavement is bumpy, because the small wheels don't ride well over bumps. Usually end up picking it up when crossing streets, but it is lightweight enough to pick up quickly and carry. Turning is okay, but frankly I end up pushing with my foot every second or so anyway, so the pushing foot helps turn as much as the leaning does. I go up to two miles using this and appreciate being able to carry it anywhere. Faster than walking, slower than biking. 10 minute miles are quite doable.
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50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By RallyKat on March 14, 2012
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I've been using the Sole Skate at my college campus in So. California that has a lot of hills and flat areas, concrete and asphalt roads. Overall, I love using the Sole Skate, but you do have to be very careful riding this thing.

+Super convenient. It is very light to carry around and put under a desk, against the wall in the classroom, etc. Its portability is unbeatable. When i was younger, i used to ride a Razor scooter around, and even though it folded up, the Sole Skate still beats it in lightness and compactness.

+Fun to ride. It really is quite a lot of fun to ride around campus. It is not the most stable thing (more on that later), but it's really good carving around corners once you get the gist of how to ride it well. I do have trouble carving back and forth to control my speed down a hill like longboarders do though and i'm not sure if it's because of my own skill level or not. I find the design of the Sole Skate easy to prepare yourself up for a long corner, but hard to shift your weight around quick enough to carve back and forth quickly (i guess that was a con).

+"What the heck is that?" reactions: I have never gotten a negative reaction from riding around this thing. People stare at it all the time whether i carry it or ride it. Many people have stopped me just to ask what it is or where i bought it from. Others want to try riding it. If you like some social attention once in a while or a conversation starter, this can help, haha.

+Speed. It depends on what kind of bearings you have with this Sole Skate. I always thought that it was quite easy to push and went quite quickly down a hill (maybe too fast!
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Robert F Cooper on March 7, 2010
Pulled the Sole Skate out of its packaging and it was ready to ride without having to do anything else to it. Since we don't have a flat street to practice on, I jumped on it, pointed it down the hill we live on and took off. I was a little wobbly at first, but quickly gained confidence going down the hill.

The Sole Skate is stable and maneuvers easily. Anybody who has ever ridden a skateboard will instantly be comfortable on the Sole Skate. I'm 41-years old, and felt like a kid again racing downhill.

There is a rear-wheel brake, which is depressed when you put your foot on the board. This brake stops the skate when you step (or fall) off. Also, if you lift your heel while skating, the brake will help slow you down. A little.

I was a little disappointed with the speed of the Sole Skate, so I upgraded the bearings to a better quality ABEC 7 bearing and added a better spacer than the floating stock spacer. Much, much better. Almost too fast for the hill we live on, really.

The Razor Sole Skate is rated for "up to 225 lbs," but I weigh about 25 lbs more than that, and have pushed the skate pretty hard and it seems to be holding up pretty well. If you weigh under the prescribed 225 lbs, you'll probably need a sledgehammer to break this thing.

I also like that the Sole Skate will fit in one of my motorcycle saddle bags or in a back pack in case I want to take it along with me somewhere.
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