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K2 inline skates are known for their patented softboot technology that you can feel right out of the box with little to no break in. Many models now also incorporate the lifetime guaranteed BOA speedlacing for easy on and off or mid-skate adjustments.

K2 Performance Skates for Men - Intermediate & Advanced

K2 Performance Inline Skates have wheels ranging from 100mm to 110mm, making them a popular choice with men familiar with inline skating technique, and those that use inline skating as a serious fitness activity or for skating long distances such as marathons. Returning are the Radical and VO2 line of inline skates. The top of the line Radical X Boa Skates showcase the lifetime guaranteed BOA speedlacing and a HiLo 110/100mm wheel setup. Also returning in new colors are the Radical 100 and VO2 models.
  • The K2 Radical X Boa Skates is the flag ship high performance skate from K2. It comes with Boa Speedlacing (Lifetime Guarantee Against Breakage) and HiLo frames outfitted with 100mm/110mm wheels. A great choice for experience skaters looking for high end speeds, with softboot comfort.  

    • A unisex skate that is sized and shown in Men's sizing. Women must size down according to chart.
  • The K2 Radical 100 inline skates for Men are a great choice for skaters that take their training and skating more seriously. Good for long distance skating, marathons, cross-training, and the like, the Radical Skate Series has longer frames and slightly lower cut cuffs than K2's other models.

K2 Fitness and Recreational Skates for Men - All Levels

K2 Fitness and Recreational Inline Skates target a wide range skaters. The Kinetic and Fit 80 skates feature smaller wheels for control and maneuverability. For men more comfortable on wheels or those wanting more speed and performance, the Fit X Pro, Fit 84 and VO2 90 models provide that. All options work well for the occasional skater or fitness cross-trainer looking to mix up their workout routine.
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