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Roller Derby Pro Line 900 Men's Inline Skates


Price: $62.00 - $255.32
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  • Man Made
  • Men's inline skates with 3-piece molded boot
  • Memory Comfort liner remembers the shape of your foot
  • Triple buckle system for easy entry and exit
  • 76mm Speed Formula wheels and Bevo ABEC-7 bearings
  • Reinforced polymer bridge frame


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Product Description

Product Description

Roller Derby's Pro Line 900 is a great skate for the entry level skater. The 76mm Speed Formula Wheels, and Bevo ABEC-7 bearings ensures a smooth and comfortable ride.

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Get your skate on with the Roller Derby Pro Line 900 men's inline skates. The Pro Line 900 is outfitted with a three-piece molded boot and a Memory Comfort liner that remembers the shape of your foot. As a result, you'll stay comfortable throughout your skate. The Pro Line 900 also includes a triple buckle system that gets you in and out quickly and easily, but without sacrificing a snug fit. And the skate owes its performance to the reinforced polymer bridge frame, which holds 76mm Speed Formula cast urethane wheels with speedy Bevo ABEC-7 bearings.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 18 x 5 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0021AY0CG
  • Item model number: I243
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,887 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The appearance is good.
Kody
Great for beginners like myself but it hurt my right foot like crazy for the first few weeks of being on it .
giang
Don't order your exact size, they will be too small.
sandy castle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ike Rye on June 11, 2011
Size Name: 10
I just got back to rollerblading. My first inline skates were bladerunner by rollerblade (nothng to do with the current model). All plastic with washable/removable bootie, three buckles - similar in design to Pro Line 900 - the main reason why I ordered one.

Compared to the old bladerunner model, this skate is worse. Buckles are hard to adjust, ventilation is not as good and brake is not adjustable (only matters for those who use one). Bootie seems less breathable also.

That said, it appears that over the years the market had become more "sophisticated". Features available on <$100 skate are now only available on >$200 models.

Today what is offered as basic to intermediate skate is a "softboot" type which in my opinion is dangerous design. They are too flexible in the ankle and fail to support when needed the most ( like navigating curbs, pot holes, t-stopping). Pro Line 900, being hardshell plastic design does not flex while weighting about the same as Rollerblade Spark Pro that I also tried (Proof of inadequate support are manufacturer's themselves putting out new solftboot models every year with "better", "improved" fit). Pro Line 900 bootie insert is also removable so the whole skate is easy to keep clean. I recommend Pro Line 900 to everyone who wants more control (safety) while paying beginner skate price. Do not let the high suggested retail prices of other skates fool you.

Btw based on the one I got it appears, Pro Line 900 runs about 1-1.5 sizes to small. For example if you are 9.5 order 11.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By sandy castle on August 1, 2008
Size Name: 11
These skates could have been great, they would have been exactly what I had been searching for in a skate for sometime. The boot in these skates were much smaller then they should have been. I would have loved to kept them, however ordering another size was not an option, since they only had size 11. Therefore, I recommend if you order them and you were a size 10 the 11's should fit you well. Don't order your exact size, they will be too small.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By InHisHand on August 2, 2012
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Having owned the original Bladerunner inline skates from a decade ago (they were superb!), we thought we would try these new RollerDerby Bladerunner look-alikes. Bad idea.

The pros are:
- rigid support boot
- buckles instead of laces
- good and properly located heel brake
- outstanding look

The cons are:
- the boots are over 1 size smaller than the printed size claims they are (printed men size 10 is really closer to men size 8.5)
- boot is unusably uncomfortable
- in spite of claiming ABEC 7 bearings the wheels move as though they are running through wet cement (Note: I have used much more sluggish inline skates, and may have found these in the acceptable range if the boots had fit, but these skates are by no means on a par with K2 or Rollerblade brands).

Bottom line, for recreational inline skates try on a pair of K2 or Rollerblade brands before buying these. These will work (which is why they get 3 stars) but they are not sized properly and they are not as "fast" or "effortless" to use as their competitors.

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Update 8/4/2012: Many good words and kind thoughts toward Amazon for handling this return so well!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kody on March 22, 2011
Size Name: 7 Verified Purchase
This is a good product. The appearance is good. It is comfortable and it is correctly priced based on its quality. I like it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By amanda on June 30, 2014
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These are great skates, but I used them for about a week and the break pad wore down to nothing! OK, I thought, no problem, I'll just get a replacement. I can't find the replacement break pad ANYWHERE! Not on amazon, not anywhere else! It's just ridiculous.

Aside from that, I read a lot of other comments in the women's version of these that the size was incorrect. I'm a women's size ten and bought these in men's size nine, and they fit fine.
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By andrew on May 12, 2014
Size Name: 10 Verified Purchase
very narrow footbed and they don't fit like hockey skates...these are at least a size smaller than i expected and narrow, will be returning them
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Size Name: 11 Verified Purchase
I picked these skates out because they had the features I wanted, akin to the rental skates at the rink.

I mean:

- Hard shell / clamshell design. These hold the feet very solidly, helpful for beginners like myself. I note the more advanced, super expensive skates (like $ 300 + ones) are leather & low cut - those are mainly for advanced skaters with lots of built up muscle support in their ankles.

(Maybe I'll be that strong after a couple of years, but for not yet. For now, I just enjoy skating with my kids @ local rink.)

- Simple closure. No laces for me, thank you. These 3 simple, easily adjustable but quickly & easily openable click clamp type closures are perfect. There is a reason the rental skates use them - they work & they're foolproof.

- Larger sizing for 11 - but be aware these run a size small, meaning an 11 in these fits you as if it were a normal 10, my normal show size.

I am hoping the fit will 'break in' - that's a reasonable assumption, as all shoes need break in. The first trip was kinda painful, but not because of any fault in the skates. It's just that my feet & the inner boot (it's removable & washable) need to mold to each other - I'm told by the skate experts that will be 3-5 rink trips before break in occurs & all feels normal.

I also wonder how the wheels will hold up outdoors - we shall see. We don't have much super smooth pavement in our neck of the woods. I am told that wheel hardness is what matters. Indoor wheels need to be a bit softer, outdoor wheels need to be harder to deal with rougher surfaces & be durable.

As an added plus, the runners that hold the wheels are extruded aluminum, making them very sturdy.
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