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K2 Alexis Pro 84 Womens Inline Skates

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K2 Alexis Pro 84 Womens Inline Skates, White-Blue-Gold, 600
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Overview

Skill Level: Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Intermediate - better materials to aid in progression

Skate Type: Fitness - speed and distance for more experienced skaters

Fitness - speed and distance for more experienced skaters

Speed: Moderate - ideal for skaters going at a mellow to fast speed

Moderate - ideal for skaters going at a mellow to fast speed

Ventilation: High - lots of ventilation skates, good for aerobic workouts

High - lots of ventilation skates, good for aerobic workouts

 

The K2 Alexis Pro 84 inline skates offer great performance and comfort for those looking for a fitness skate to take their skating to the next level. Great for taking on some light training or for skating up to the local ice cream shop, the Alexis Pro 84 is great for many skaters.

From head to toe the K2 Alexis Pro 84 women's inline skates have it figured out. When you initially slide on the Alexis Pro 84's you will be hit with some softness and support thanks to the K2 Softboot Design and stability plus cuff. This mix gives you immense comfort from the Softboot and the ability to push off with great control thanks to the hard plastic stability cuff. Also, to ensure that your new skates don't get stinky there is an antimicrobial footbed included in the skate. Underneath the comfortable boot you have the 84mm wheels paired with the ILQ-5 bearings which will roll smooth and easy even over slight imperfections in the skating surface. The 84mm wheels are large enough to roll smooth over rough patches but aren't so big that you will feel out of control. To make sure you get the most out of each stride the K2 Alexis Pro 84 comes with the D.C. aluminum frame that works to offer a great power transfer so you can get your monies worth out of each stride.

As you can see the K2 Alexis Pro 84 has a lot going for it including comfort, performance and ease of use. Whether you're looking for a skate to take your fitness to the next level or looking for a skate to get around the neighborhood, the K2 Alexis Pro 84 is right for you.


  • K2 Softboot
  • Speed Lace System
  • Brake Included
  • Antimicrobial Footbed



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Specifications
Skate Type Fitness Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Speed Lace System
Closure System K2 Speed Lace Maximum Wheel Size 84mm Wheel Configuration 84mm-84mm-84mm-84mm
Wheel Durometer 80A Bearing Grade Recreational Bearing Type ILQ 5
Speed Moderate Skate Frame Material Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material D.C. Aluminum
Lining Material K2 Softboot Ventilation High Brake Included? Yes
Special Features Arch Support - Lateral Reinforcement Model Year 2016 Model Number I160200601 050
Product ID 410294 Shipping Restriction This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.   
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I got these as my Bladerunner ones were destroyed and rusted due to Hurricane Irma. When I received these, I immediately fell in love! They are a little snug so that they can support your ankle, which I like. I ordered my athletic shoe size...Read More
 
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Great skate but definitely too small. I am a true 9 and the fit was a solid 8. I had to return for a size 10.

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These skates are super cute, and for the price point a decent enough skate. However, I returned mine. The fit is odd...and most definitely go up half a size. I’m a tried and true 9, with a rare 8.5, and my toes were hitting the top of the...Read More
 
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Q: Hi, I am looking to teach my 12 year old sister to skate, and like the look of these. The only thing I don't like is the 84mm wheels; I think of 80mm as more of a beginner size. Two questions: 1.) What wheel size do you recommend for beginners? 2.) Would it be possible to put 80mm wheels on these skates? Thanks.
Asked : Apr 20, 2018
By : Kelly, Philadelphia, PA
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A: You can put 80mm wheels on this skate with no issue, then you could have the 84mm in the bag for when the skater is ready to progress to them. It's really a can of worms as far as what wheel size to start someone on as it really depends on how athletic the skater is, if someone is fairly athletic and take to sports quickly the 84mm wheels are not going to be a big deal at all. If the person has good natural balance this is another good qualifier that wheel size isn't going to be that large of a factor. Between 80mm and 84mm the difference is obviously only 4mm which in the grand scheme of things isn't much. Start them out on a level smooth surface and you'll be good, you can also use a hockey stick for balance in the beginning.
Answered : Apr 20, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: Would you recommend these over the K2 Alexis Boa Women's In-line skate? They are listed as the same price as of now but these have higher ventilation which is important for me because I'm planning on using them regularly in very warm weather—but the Boas are a later model and have the boa lacing system. Which would you recommend?
Asked : Apr 15, 2018
By : C, Davis, California
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A: It really comes down to choosing the lace system as that is the main difference in the skates. I see the breathability is listed different for the skates but these are the same boots so that appears to be a mistake, and both skates will offer great breathability. I skate with the men's version of this skate and have never had an issue. The main difference in the skates is the BOA lacing versus quicklace, both are great but BOA is going to be a bit faster. The BOA version also has a slightly larger frame giving you the ability to upgrade to 90mm wheels if you want to, the non BOA skate doesn't offer this as it maxes out at 84mm. Both are great skates, pick based on your preference and what is most important to you in skate feature.
Answered : Apr 16, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: Where are these made?
Asked : Apr 10, 2018
By : Ann, Iowa
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A: Manufactured in China.
Answered : Apr 11, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: How do skate sizes compare to reg shoe size?
Asked : Apr 02, 2018
By : Jules, Jensen Beach, fl
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A: Most all recreational and fitness skates are going to fit the same as your daily shoe size. I wear both K2 and Rollerblade skates and take both in my daily shoe size. Skates can take a few sessions to break in and may feel tight right out of the box but also keep in mind that a proper fit in skates is a snug fit.
Answered : Apr 03, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: Will these skates accommodate a larger wheel size?
Asked : Feb 25, 2018
By : Roadkoan, Cincinnati OH
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A: No, the maximum wheel size is 84mm
Answered : Feb 26, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: if is it possible to use them without back brake?
Asked : Jul 15, 2017
By : Ali, Bluffton, SC
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A: The brake is removable but you will need an additional short axle not included with the skates. Call customer service to look into ordering the additional axle.
Answered : Jul 17, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: The description says true to size. I am a size 7.5 and ordered the 7.5. My toe is constantly up against the top of the boot. The width feels fine. Should there be space between the big toe and top of the boot? I'm wondering if I should exchange for a size 8?
Asked : Jul 07, 2017
By : Rollerblader, Washington, DC
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A: It sounds like you have a perfect fit, but for some a perfect fit can feel kinda claustrophobic to the foot. inline skates are to be fit similar to ski boots where you should have little to no room, as long as your toes are not curled or crunched at the front and are just touching the fit should be good to go. When you bend at the knee and put yourself in a skating position you should feel your toes come back a bit giving you a little more room. Skates are also going to break in and will fit much better after a few times skating. I personally wouldn't advise going to a larger size unless your toes are curled or crunched, but the end decision is up to you based on how the fit feels.
Answered : Jul 07, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: Can the heel brake on the back be removed easily?
Asked : Jun 20, 2017
By : Jenny, San Antonio, TX
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A: Sure can, Jenny, you daredevil you. The brake can easily be removed but you will need to order an additional short axle since the last axle on the skate that holds the brake is longer than the rest and when removed there will be excess axle blowing in the wind. The axle is not expensive, I'd recommend chatting it up with one of our coffee laden customer service enthusiasts at 888-421-6836 and they can order you an axle when you place the order for your skates.
Answered : Jun 20, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: my granddaughter is womens 8.5 size shoe - would you recommend a size 9 skate in this style since there is no 8.5
Asked : May 30, 2017
By : jack, stratford ct
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A: K2 skates are going to fit about the same as your shoe size so she probably would be better off in the size 8.5 as this seems to be her proper size. This is a past season skate so is discounted but is not available in all sizes. We do have this skate available in a current year model in the proper size. She could most likely wear the size 9 without issue but if she skates a lot in them and they are too big she will get sore feet/blisters.
Answered : May 30, 2017
By : Chris, United States
 

 

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