Rock the outdoors with some awesomely colored outdoor roller skates. If you love life and vibrancy, you’re bound to dig these Sure-Grip Boardwalk Colors Roller Skates.
Coming in a range of eye-popping fun colors, the Sure-Grip Boardwalk Colors Roller Skates definitely live up to their name. So, if you’re looking to take on the great outdoors in style, you’ll surely do so with these fun-colored outdoor quads.
Suede is big right now, which is why you’ll definitely make a statement with this full-suede skate boots that have been carefully stitched to the sole. All you’ve got to do is to take a closer look at the careful stitching to understand the quality of the skates.
With a high-top lace system with reinforced eyelets, you’ll be able to secure your boot well. And thanks to the soft leather, the boots will soon mold to your feet, making them even 100 times more comfortable than they originally were. Add the soft padded sole to the mix, and you’re in for a treat when it comes to the best comfort.
With matching Boardwalk wheels, you’ll roll in style, ready to take on any boardwalk, avenue or skating trail.
It’s time to add a new chapter to your story with these excellent outdoor quads for the keen adult skaters.
|Boots:||Sure-Grip’s suede leather boots in pink, purple, red, or teal.|
|Plate:||Rock double-action plates with adjustable toe stops.|
|Wheels:||Sure-Grip’s Boardwalk outdoor 78A wheels in blue, pink, purple, or red.|
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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.