The X-Training line from K2 is designed for the skater that wants it all: performance, comfort, fit, big wheels and maximum support. The K2 Mach 100 Custom Fit Boa inline skates give you that and more. They are made with the intuition liner that is moldable to provide you with the best and most comfortable fit. They feature the Mach Hi-Lo Aluminum Frame that has 90mm wheels in the front and 100mm wheels in the back which is designed to keep the weight over the balls of your feet which puts you in the proper skating position so you will skate better. It is fast and stable and the best in the K2 X-Training line. The Boa Closure system gives you the best fit with no pressure points and will get you into the skates faster than ever before. They also feature the ILQ 9 bearings which will help you generate some amazingly fast speed. These K2 skates scream speed so put these on your feet and off you go!
Mach Hi-Lo Frame: utilizes a 90mm/100mm design to keep weight over the balls of your feet for a proper skating position
Boa Closure System: best fit, no pressure points
Intuition Liner: moldable for a custom fit
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
I use these skates every single day and it keeps getting better and better. Definitely an advanced level of skate, so don't buy them if you're not an avid skater. The BOA closure system is absolute perfection. I can have my shoes off, blades on, tightened down and ready to roll out when my buddies are still tightening up their first skate. Also, they're an extremely fast skate... so paved outdoor trails and stadium parking lots are your best bet. Nothing indoors.
Q: I have a slightly wider foot base. I typically wear Skechers size 10 or new balance 10.5 (D)....I'm an experienced skater (rollerblades) I'm thinking of this model because of great reviews.
Any suggestions on sizing wider fit for foot base would be great?.
Asked : May 27, 2013
By : Peter, Pompano Beach Florida
A: It will truly depend on each person's foot, but K2 is known to be a tad narrow, so you may want to size up a half size to accommodate for the width and then if the length is slightly too long, you can purchase a footbed to help close the gap