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The 2013 Bladerunnder Forumula 82 Inline Skates for Women are sleek, stylish and affordable. Powered by Rollerblade, Bladerunner capitalizes on technology that started it all. Aluminum frames, 82mm wheels, and ABEC 7 bearings all will provide a stable, quick ride for recreation or workout skating without breaking the bank.

  • Model Year: 2012
  • Model Number: 0T321100821
  • Type: Recreational
  • Level: Casual Skater
  • Sizing Guidelines: Bladerunner skates generally fit true to size, but do not come in 1/2 sizes. It is recommended to order the same as your shoe size or 1/2 size down if your shoe size falls between two sizes.
  • Upper / Shell:
    • Formula 82 Cuff
      • Stiff, Stable and Supportive
    • Softboot Construction for Comfort
  • Liners:
    • Bladerunner Formula Liners
  • Closures:
    • Cuff Buckle
    • 45 Degree Velcro Power Strap
    • Standard Lace
  • Frames:
    • Aluminum Frames
    • Max Wheel Size 84mm
    • No Lateral Adjustment
  • Wheels and Bearings:
    • Bladerunner 82mm 78A Wheels
    • ABEC7 Bearings
  • Brake:
    • Attached
    • No Extra Axle for Removal
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