High liner, plastic parts offering good coverage and triple fastening system.
80 mm 78A wheels, ABEC 7 bearings.
Semi-soft liner with comfort foam pads and triple fastening system.
Extruded aluminium plates.
What is freeride?
A hybrid skate designed for a variety of inline skating uses. Half-way between a fitness and aggressive skate. Often used by skaters with good technical skills looking to improve by increasing their repertoire of tricks. It's also a way to get around town by skating over the urban landscape.
Stiffened liner + triple fastening system to securely hold the foot in place (laces, rip-tab and micrometric buckle).
Inline skates with excellent responsiveness due to the extruded aluminium plates that provide stiffness and precision.
Can be used for nearly any roller sport.
What is extruded aluminium?
There are two methods for producing plates: by assembling them or producing them as one piece. In this case, the plate is produced as a single piece and the cuff is made from reinforced composite.Perfect for skates ready to take on the challenges of freeriding!
3 kg per pair in size 8.
Maintenance and repairs
Change parts or repair your skate with the spare parts available in-store or in your Decathlon store's workshop.
ABEC 7 bearings with 80 mm, 78A hardness wheels, providing greater comfort and suitable for beginner and intermediate skaters.
Very comfortable, semi-soft liner that lets you skate for hours.
Standard EN 13843 (rollerskate standard), class A (Adult max. 100 kg).
Brake is mounted on the right foot. You can put it on the left foot or remove it altogether using the shorter axles that come with this skate. (spare brake pad available for purchase in the store or online).
Versatile freeride skates
In order to be as versatile and accessible as possible, these skates come with 80 mm wheels, a very sturdy plate (so as to withstand jumps and slides) and have a medium length to provide good quality glide performance.