In times of old it was told. That one day there would be a pair of skates like never before. That day has come, because with the Story Vision inline skates the ancient vision has to pass.
Story Vision is a pair of high-quality inline roller skates. They are for all adults who want roller skates for a bit of everything, both in the form of short trips, smaller jumps and easier kinds of roller skating tricks.
To start with, there is a bit to mention about the blade for Story Vision. The blade is made of the metal aluminum. This lightweight material strengthens the entire construction of the roller skates, and gives you a rigid, durable and a faster acceleration.
The boot for these inline roller skates is made of a combination of materials. For a high level of comfort and breathability for the feet, the boot consists of textile and soft foam. As a protective layer that gathers the boot into a stronger form, there is a construction of hard plastic at the toe and up along from the heel to the ankle.
There are 4 wheels and they all have the size 84 mm, with a wheel hardness of 84 A and ball bearings of ABEC-7. In short, it means that the wheels roll quickly and are easy to control by maneuvering and turning.
Story Vision has seen the both of you out together, skating away the days as if you were made for each other. Is it not the time to make this vision your reality?
- Wheel Diameter: 84 mm
- Wheel Hardness: 82a
- Bearings: Abec 7
- Blade material: Aluminium
- Boot material: Textile and Foam
INLINE SKATE SIZE GUIDE:
Most rollerskate sizes fit your normal shoe size. This means if you are a size EU 42 in regular shoes, you are very likely to be a size EU 42 in rollerskates too.
When you try on the rollerskate (mostly adults):
Your rollerskates might feel a bit tight at first, but if you follow these tips you will be sure to get a size that fits you. First you have to feel how far your toes reach out in the boot. If they just barely touch the tip, we would say that the rollerskate fits you. However if your toes are sqeezed and are unable to stretch, the rollerskate is too small. To make sure that the rollerskate still fits you just right, after you have used it a bit, try to get in a skating postion with your knees slightly bent og then determine how far your toes reach.
Tips for kids sizes:
Before your child fastens the rollerskate, they should kick their foot forward in the boot. This will give them some room by the heel. If you can fit a pen in that room, the rollerskate is the perfect size. If you can fit a finger, there is room to grow. If you can fit something wider than a finger or a pen – the rollerskate is too big.
Here you can adjust the length of the skate, so that it fits the guiding tips for children above. Remember you have to do this before you fasten the rollerskate.
Rollerskates have to be “worn” a little.
The actual material of the boot can be quite stiff, but will adjust to your feet after you have worn them a little. This usually means a few trips.