It's obvious why the Pacer GTX-500 is one of the best selling skates today - it's a solid skate at a very low price. In fact, you would be hard pressed to find a better skate at this low of a price. A great entry level skate for a speed, jam or frequent rink skater, the Pacer GTX-500 delivers a great beginner performance skate. If you are tired of paying extra to rent poorly maintained rink skates, then this is the skate for you! These skates are durable and a great deal for both the beginning skater or for the skater who is ready to move up to owning their first pair of skates.
These Pacer GTX-500 Mach-5 roller skates come in two different low-cut, synthetic boot colors - white and black - and it comes with a Velcro power strap for a snugger fit. The power strap is really great for keeping your heel down flat in your skate. The boots have a padded collar and comfort lining for a nicer ride. The Pacer GTX-500 has nylon plates with fixed toe stops, Mach-5 63mm x 35mm wheels with mag hubs and ABEC-3 skate bearings.
|Boots:||Synthetic boots with Velcro power-straps|
|Plate:||Nylon plates with fixed toe stops|
|Wheels:||Mach-5 63mm x 35mm wheels with mag hubs|
|Sizes:||Men's Black 1-12, Men's White 1-10 (Ladies go one size down from normal shoe size)|
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Special Note: The sizes presented here are all men's sizes, so ladies will need to go down 1 size when selecting their size.
Boys/Girls (Up to Size 4): These skates will match your shoe size.
Women (Sizes 5 & Up): All boot sizes listed are men's sizes, therefore, ladies will need to go one size down from their regular shoe size. So, for example, if you wear a ladies size 6 shoe, then you would want to get a size 5 skate.
Men (Sizes 5 & Up): The boot sizes listed are the same as your shoe size as all of the skates size 5 & up are men's sizes.
Extra Sizing Note on Children: If you are buying a pair of skates for a growing child, it's usually best to buy the skates no bigger than one size up from their current shoe size. Buying the skates at a larger size does help them get more use out of their skates, however, you also want to keep the child's safety in mind. Too much movement of the foot inside the skate can lead to ankle, feet and leg injuries. If you do decide to buy skates a little larger, you can have your child wear two pairs of socks, really thick socks or use padded inserts (insoles). This will allow your child to get more use out of the skates, while still staying safe.