K2 Alexis Boa Womens Inline Skates

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K2 Alexis Boa Womens Inline Skates, Lime-Black, 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: Fast - faster speed skaters who like a good workout

Fast - faster speed skaters who like a good workout

Ventilation: Medium - moderate breathability, good for moderate distances

Medium - moderate breathability, good for moderate distances

 

The K2 Alexis Boa Inline Skates offer the stability, comfort, fit and performance you want in a fitness skate. You want it? This skate's got it!

 

Starting with the Boa Lacing System, the Alexis offers you the ease of dialing in your perfect fit and feel while also allowing for easy adjustments on the fly. Its quick dialing makes entry and exit a breeze. Built on DC Aluminum Frame, you'll have incredible energy transmission and stability at any speed. Your foot will be wrapped in a Stability Plus Cuff which gives you awesome support and comfort in a lightweight boot. Lateral Reinforcement and Arch Support ensures you have all the support necessary to maximize your workout.

 

Skip the gym and get a real full body workout with the light impact sport of skating. Place your feet inside these K2 Alexis Boa Inline Skates and you'll take off and enjoy being outdoors while you work up a sweat and have a lot of fun.


  • Arch Support
  • Lateral Reinforcement
  • Flex Notch



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.

 

Specifications
Skate Type Fitness Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Boa
Closure System Boa Closure System Maximum Wheel Size 90mm Wheel Configuration 84mm-84mm-84mm-84mm
Wheel Durometer 80A Bearing Grade Performance Bearing Type ILQ 7
Speed Fast Skate Frame Material Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material DC Aluminum
Ventilation Medium Brake Included? Yes Size Adjustable No
Special Features Stability Plus Cuff Model Year 2016 Model Number I150201501 050
Product ID 371238 Shipping Restriction This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.   
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callie frankston

 

 
Alexis boa.
March 03, 2017
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These skates are awesome! I just recently got back into blading and these were the perfect skates to get back into with. They are very fast and living in NYC there are a lot of cracks and bumps in the road and these are great going over the...Read More
 
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Stacey

 

 
Great fitting skates.
December 29, 2016
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These skates are well made, comfortable and glide better than any other skates I have had. I love the quick and easy system for lacing them up and releasing the laces. Getting in and out of them is a snap. The boot ran a little small for ...Read More
 
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Good skates.
December 17, 2016
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BOA system is good but latch always bumps into the BOA button. Wheels are surprisingly slower for the size, but you can upgrade to 90s in this frame. K2 boots are always a comfortable fit and run true to sneaker size. This particular model ...Read More
 
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Q: In August 2015 I purchased the Alexis BOA women's skate from your company. I love them. I noticed last year they were slowing down, even after rotating the wheels regularly as needed. I suspect I need to do some maintenance on the bearings. I put on about 130 - 150 miles a season here in MN. I've had them 2 seasons. The type of maintenance depends on the type of bearings. The bearing maintenance isn't addressed in the manual that came with the skates. I've contacted K2 & they haven't responded. I would appreciate any advice and assistance you could please. provide. Thank you.
Asked : Apr 07, 2017
By : Waterskinut, Minn
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A:The ILQ7 bearings on the Alexis Boa is a serviceable bearing and can be cleaned and oiled, then put back together. You will have to remove the outer shell of the bearing and then soak them in a solution (search the site for turbo wash) then let them dry and give each one a squirt of oil (search Super oil) and put it all back together. This will give you a great like new performance. For a video of the process please copy and paste this link into your browser. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IQWZ7QX0oY Hope this helps! I was lazy this season and just replaced my wheels and bearings with new.
Answered : Apr 07, 2017
By : Chris
Q: I purchased the K2 Alexis Boa skates two years ago and their the best pair I've bought yet. I skate in the summer about 6 miles, 3 times a week, on a paved road (fairly smooth); as well as in the winter with my kids at the skate center. My wheels & brake are starting to wear and may need replacement before I get back on the road this summer. I think I'm going to upgrade to the 90mm wheel ~ is there a particular 90mm wheel you'd recommend for an experienced blader? Existing bearings should be OK? Can I also purchase a replacement brake (can it be replaced)?
Asked : Apr 04, 2017
By : Mamasita, Sheboygan, WI
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A:Great questions. For wheels I'd recommend going with the Rollerblade Hydrogen, these are solid wheels rolling smooth and lasting a long time. I just replaced my older hydrogen wheels with a new set and I am very pleased. Search for "Rollerblade Hydrogen 90mm" and you will see these wheels. There are 2 different Hydrogen wheels in stock currently, they are the exact same but 2 different colors is all. You can absolutely replace the brake as well and we have them in stock, search "K2 Brake" and you will see the brake, it's $12.95 and comes with a new screw too. The brake fits all K2 skates from 1998 to current year so no need to worry about it fitting. Hope this helps, and happy skating!
Answered : Apr 04, 2017
By : Chris
Q: My feet is almost 25.5 cm, it translates whether to an 8.5 or to a 9 skate size. These skates come only in full sizes, which ones should I get? The 8 because it will break in half a size or the 9 because it may be my true shoe size?? I always juggle between these 2 sizes, my feet is slim though.
Asked : Mar 13, 2017
By : Denisse, Somerton, Az
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A:You're best bet is to go with the size 8.5 in a skate where this size is available. We have a limited size run in this skate as it is from a past year. We do currently have this same Alexis Boa available in the current year in the size 8.5 for not that much more. Search "Alexis Boa" in the top site search bar and you will see them show up in the search. If you had to choose between the 8 or 9 I'd personally go with the 8 and go with a tight performance fit but since there are many skates offered in a size 8.5 you don't need to choose.
Answered : Mar 14, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Would these be a good choice for an almost beginner at inline skating?? I want to start inline skating recreationally but also want to use my skates to exercise. Would it be so bad if I started with 84 mm wheels? I'm afraid to spend the money and not be able to use them at all because of my skills. I'm 21 years old.
Asked : Mar 13, 2017
By : Denisse, Somerton, Az
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A:In today's inline skate world 84mm is no longer that large of a wheel, but it is much larger than what used to come on skates. If you currently know how to skate and hold some sort of athletic ability you should have absolutely no issue with the 84mm wheels. Simply start out slow and on even terrain for the best chance at success.
Answered : Mar 13, 2017
By : Chris
Q: I have the K2 Alexis Boa skates (Previously I owned inline skates with a LOT smaller wheel). These seem like the wheels turn so much harder. Is it due to the wheels being so much bigger?
Asked : Feb 16, 2017
By : Mary, United States
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A:A skate with bigger wheels can take some getting used to, and at first can be a bit harder to turn. You will get used to it, it will just take some time. It took me a couple times skating to get used to going from 80mm to 90mm but once I got there I was very happy with the additional smoothness and speed with the larger wheel. If you are absolutely fed up with the large wheels you can always downsize the wheels, I wouldn't go any smaller than 76mm, but in all honesty after a couple times skating with the larger wheels I bet you will be used to it and carving turns like a well tuned sports car! Best of luck and happy skating!
Answered : Feb 20, 2017
By : Chris
Q: I recently bought these and my wire broke already.. can I buy a new wiring system?
Asked : Dec 19, 2016
By : Tera, Harrison twp mi
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A:Contact customer service at 888.421.6836 and they will get you squared away with what you need.
Answered : Dec 19, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I ordered a 6 but it is too small. My toes are pressed up right at the edge. I usually wear a 6 in inline skates, but these seem to run small. Does this skate come in a 6.5? Or would you recommend me ordering a 7?
Asked : Dec 01, 2016
By : TTB, CA
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A:Toes right at the front isn't a bad fit if you're just trying the skates on, the skates will break in about a 1/2 size from how they fit right out of the box. If you are worried about them being too small you can definitely go up a 1/2 size but I wouldn't recommend going up a full size since it could end up being too large and cause blisters and discomfort. Try the skates on again and put yourself in a skating stance, knees bent, and your toes should come off the front of the boot, this is a great way to see how the skates are going to fit as you are skating.
Answered : Dec 02, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Hi, I've been looking to get back into skating after not having skated since I was a little kid (I'm currently 28). I will be using these for recreation--skating around the neighborhood on roads and bike paths). I would place myself in the beginner category although I do have a lot of experience with figure skating, which I figure might work to my benefit! I am impressed with the K2 Alexis line of skates. I am interested in this model because of the Boa closure system but I noticed that it says these are meant for intermediate skaters whereas the Alexis Pro are for beginner skaters. Do you think purchasing the Boa ones even though I am not particularly experienced would be a bad choice?
Asked : Aug 07, 2016
By : LNS5988, Syosset, NY
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A:It actually sounds to me like this skate would be great for you. As a figure skater you will no doubt take to inline skating quickly and you will want a skate that you will not grow out of skill wise too fast. The Boa is sure to please as it makes getting in and out of the skates super easy. I actually skate on the men's equivalent to this skate and can commend it for it's performance but know that it's not going to have you feeling out of control.
Answered : Aug 08, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I lost the pair of Bladerunners I got for my birthday when I was a teenager almost 20 years ago. I hadn't used them but half a dozen times in the last decade, but in all cases they held up for approx 10 mile rolls. I'm looking for a good pair to replace them so I can try to get back into skating. I'll be doing either 8 or 13 miles once a week or so on a paved bike trail (more roughly paved than a typical road). I'm in decent shape. I heard that 90mm wheels or larger might be tricky if you aren't used to them? But speed would be nice if I won't sacrifice too much control - I can learn, but I haven't done much with skates in years and years. Cheers
Asked : Aug 02, 2016
By : BowTrek, Mississippi
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A:The K2 Alexis Boa would be a great skate to get after not getting new skates in the last decade. These skates offer an 84mm wheel which is not at all hard to get used to, and you have the option to go up to a size 90mm wheel when you replace the first set since the frame will fit up to a 90mm wheel. You do sacrifice a little control with the larger wheel but it's minimal, and once you get used to it you won't even notice it. The Boa system is a real treat on this skate as it will really give you a snug hug of a fit, all while only taking a slice of the time it took to do up the old skates. Long story short, this would be a great skate for you giving you what you need without being overwhelming.
Answered : Aug 02, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I like to go on longer >15 mile rolls and am looking for a skate that is going to be very fast and efficient for long distance rougher or uneven pavement advanced skating. On my current older k2 skates 15 miles takes ~1:20 but I work hard to keep up with taller friends and am looking for a faster more efficient skate. Would this be the skate for me?
Asked : Jul 18, 2016
By : Rollergirl, Jackson, Wyoming
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A:The K2 Alexis Boa would be a fine choice for what you are doing, with an 84mm wheel you will get ample speed and control on rough surfaces. A better choice based on how often you are skating would be the K2 VO2 Boa, this model offers the VO2 frame which is slightly stiffer, a 90mm wheel, added ventilation, and a better bearing. You keep the Boa lacing system but you upgrade everything else. As someone that skates as often and as far as you, the payout will be worth the added investment.
Answered : Jul 19, 2016
By : Chris
 
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