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K2 F.I.T. Pro 84 Inline Skates

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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 F.I.T. Pro 84 is a go to skate for the fitness skater looking for ample features at a great price. Wrapped up in some of the top features found on K2 skates, the F.I.T. Pro 84 is ready to take your skating enjoyment to the next level

Whether you're skating to lose weight, to train, or simply to have a good time you will find what you need with the K2 F.I.T. Pro 84. An 84mm wheel goes great over concrete and asphalt giving you a smooth roll especially being paired with the ILQ-5 bearings. A stability plus cuff gives you support every time you push off while the K2 Softboot and antimicrobial footbed offers comfort for those long skate sessions. When you finally go to take off your K2 F.I.T. Pro 84 skates you will do so easily and efficiently thanks to the K2 Speed Lacing System which also works like a dream when putting skates on and tightening them up.

The K2 F.I.T. Pro 84 is a skate that a beginner skater can grow into, and is a great upgrade for that intermediate skater looking to take their skating to the next level. See what the K2 F.I.T. Pro 84 can do for you today!


  • K2 skates are going to fit the same size as your everyday athletic shoe
  • Lateral Reinforcement
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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 Flex Notch Model Year 2016 Model Number I160200501 070
Product ID 410281 Shipping Restriction This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.   
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I bought these for my husband to replace old pair when strap broke-same brand because he loved his old ones. He says that the new ones are great-good fit, same comfort. He is an intermediate & mainly skates on pavement so are fast enough.
 
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I wear a 5.5 but I ordered a 6. The extra room definitely helps. These skates are pretty fast so I wouldn't recommend for beginners. My only issue is that the skates hurt the back of my calves really bad. I would recommend some tall socks t...Read More
 
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I personally get bruises while skating on these but it's my first time skating in a while. Kind of overlooked this fact but these skates are soft wheels. It's hard to stop with my skate using only the right br...Read More
 
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Q: Are you gonna have it any time soom in size 10.5? I want to buy it but you do not have my size.
Asked : Jun 25, 2018
By : Gabriel, MIRAMAR
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A: Unfortunately that size is sold out and we most likely will not be receiving more as these are 2016 model year skates. We do have the 2018 K2 F.I.T. 80 Pro and the K2 VO2 90 Pro in size 10.5 currently.
Answered : Jun 27, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: will these skates fit a EEE width?
Asked : May 09, 2018
By : Jake, Dalton MA
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A: At this time no inline skate manufacturer makes designated wide widths so proper fit for a wide foot can sometimes take some additional work. I have fit a mid wide foot into a skate by swapping the footbed, and have fit fairly wide feet into a skate by going up a 1/2 size and outfitting the boot with a new footbed and a heel lift. The heel lift works wonders for those with a wider foot as it brings the foot up in the boot a bit alleviating some of the side to side pressure. Skates will still need to break in around your foot and this could take a few times skating in them.
Answered : May 10, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: how do you track your order?
Asked : Jan 26, 2018
By : MylesMan360, spokane washington
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A: Under the help section found at the bottom of the site please click on the "track my order" and this will bring you to a page where you can input some information and track your order.
Answered : Jan 29, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: How wide of a foot can be placed in these?
Asked : Jan 16, 2018
By : Igor, PHILADELPHIA
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A: That's quite a loaded question and there really isn't a factual answer. At this time no inline skate manufacturer makes designated wide widths so proper fit for a wide foot can sometimes take some additional work. I have fitted a mid wide foot into a skate by simply swapping the footbed, and have fit fairly wide feet into a skate by going up a 1/2 size and outfitting the boot with a new footbed and a heel lift. The heel lift works wonders for those with a wider foot as it brings the foot up in the boot a bit alleviating some of the side to side pressure. With all of this the skates will still need to break in around your foot and this could take a few times skating in them.
Answered : Jan 17, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: Are these men or women size it doesn't say
Asked : Oct 14, 2017
By : Nidia, United States
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A: These are men's inline skates. We have sections for men's and women's skates separated to make it easier to shop.
Answered : Oct 16, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: How is the shoe size measured?
Asked : Oct 01, 2017
By : Tegan, Phoenix az
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A: The sizes are US shoe size. K2 inline skates are going to fit the same as your standard everyday shoe size.
Answered : Oct 02, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: Is it possible to get a smaller size wheel on these skates? It's been few years since I skated, and I would prefer something smaller (slower) as I get back into it.
Asked : Sep 27, 2017
By : Melissa, United States
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A: Yes, you could go with a smaller wheel if that would make you more comfortable starting out. 76mm is probably about as small as you would want to go before the turning would become an issue, ideally I'd go with an 80mm then go back to 84mm once you are more confident.
Answered : Sep 27, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: Can I upgrade the 84mm wheels to 90mm? On the 2016 model's wheel frame, it says 84mm are the max size but I saw some feedback on the web that the 2016 model can be fitted with 90mm wheels. is this true?
Asked : Sep 01, 2017
By : john, United States
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A: I don't personally know for a fact if they will fit. 2017 was the first time K2 published that the K2 FIT Pro 84 would allow 90mm max wheel size, before that the max wheel size was advertised as 84mm. Hopefully someone can verify that owns the skates.
Answered : Sep 01, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: Hi- I havent skated in 20 years. My purchase will be basically for recreational(perhaps some fitness/rec neighborhood hockey/family stuff). I wouldnt say I have a E size width, however my foot is slightly on the wide side. Would this be a good choice for me?
Asked : May 31, 2017
By : NK, Fishers IN
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A: At this time no inline skate manufacturer makes a wide width skate and all tend to be a fairly mid-wide design. The K2 softboot is definitely a great choice, the soft boot allows for those with a wider foot to still achieve a quality fit. Skates do tend to take some time to break in and you will really want to wear the skates about 6 times before you really get a real feel for the skates. Some with wider feet take skates a half size larger to give room for a heel lift which will lift the foot up in the boot to alleviate some of the side to side pressure, it doesn't sound like this is necessary in your case.
Answered : Jun 01, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: So I'm looking to buy my first pair of skates, would these be a good idea to start with?
Asked : Mar 28, 2017
By : Cc, Fort Worth, TX
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A: Yes, these are going to fit great without being too stiff and demanding making them great for beginner skaters, but these skates do have enough features to make them great for intermediate to light advanced skaters as well. The wheels on these skates are 84mm which are small compared to what else is available nowadays but is still a large wheel compared to what was offered 5 years ago, so just take it easy at first and start off in a flat parking lot or path to get your bearings.
Answered : Mar 28, 2017
By : Chris, United States
 

 

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