Choosing inline skate wheels is just as important as choosing the right skates. Your choice of inline wheels help determine if you roll smooth, fast, controlled or otherwise. The right rollerblade wheels can even decrease chance of injury and allow you to have more fun on your skates.

You may choose to view wheels with or without bearings, or use the wheel finder to narrow down selection by size, hardness and/or hub size. Wheels are noted if sold in packs or individually.

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Fitness Wheel Finder

Wheel Size
Most skates require a certain size wheel. There are several ways to determine what size wheel fits your skate: check what's printed on the wheel or on your frame, check your owner's manual or refer to your skate's online product description, measure the overall height in millimeters.
Wheel Durometer:
Wheel Durometer
The ideal hardness will depend on the surface you are skating on, as well as the skater's weight, ability, and preference. Softer wheels will provide better grip and a smoother roll, but will wear faster.  Harder wheels provide more speed and durability, but may also cause vibrations on rougher surfaces. See our Learning Center for more in depth information on wheels.
With or Without Bearings:

K2 Inline Skate Wheels with Bearings

K2 offers good quality wheels at an affordable price. They are compatible with any brand skate and feature spoked, flexing hubs to reduce vibrations on rough surfaces, which improves comfort while skating.

Sizes, hardness, and further information provided in the product description.
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