Street skating and aggressive skating is all about destruction and creation. You go as hard as possible with the intent on doing something simply awesome. With the Rollerblade NJ5 Aggressive Skates, you'll have the ability to ride the rails, grind and charge like nothing else. Because aggressive skaters ride hard, the New Jack 5s are outfitted with removable components that can easily be replaced if you have a long summer of skating. Everything from the buckles to the grind inserts to the straps are all replaceable. The upper, like the whole skate itself, is extremely durable but also is comfortable because it's safe to say that you'll be in the park and on the street attempting to wear these babies down. The PU Foam Shock Absorber and Double Padded Tongue on the New Jack 5 provides dampening on those mean landings and all the comfort you could ask for in an aggressive skate. You'll have 60mm wheels in the front and the back to help gain a little speed and 42mm center wheels to make any rail accessible. Up your game and ride like you own the park in a pair of Rollerblade NJ5 Aggressive Skates.
These skates are not only sleek in-appearance, but it translates to the way they ride! Extremely smooth, comfortable, powerful, stable, reliable, and durable blades to be used in a variety of ways. These can be great for any aggressive inline skater, but also for any casual skater, hockey player, skier, or anyone seeking a great source of entertainment, exercise, and mobility. I have been putting these to the test, and I remain pleasantly surprised, if not genuinely excited by the way they surpassed my expectations. These skates make me feel free on the road, if only for the moments I am in them...
Q: I don't really like the looks of urban vs agressive but if I wanted to take these skates to beach sidewalks would the wheels be okay as well as being comfortable? Also how's the speed range going to places like those?
A: Both urban and aggressive skates will be fine for skating outdoors as both come with outdoor wheels. I used to skate with aggressive skates myself but have traded them in and mostly skate on urban skates. Urban skates and aggressive skates are both very comfortable and offer a lot of inner padding but the urban skates are going to be a lot faster due to their larger wheels. Aggressive skates can still be used as leisure skates but the small wheels are designed for control, not speed, so you won't be winning any races. My overall recommendation would be to go with urban skates if you are not aggressive skating.
Answered : Apr 10, 2015
By : Christopher
Q: is it possible for me to take off the frame and modify it then put it back on?