Rollerblade Maxxum 90 Inline Skates

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Rollerblade Maxxum 90 Inline Skates, Anthracite-Green, 600
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Skill Level: Advanced - lots of versatility in design, support and type

Advanced - lots of versatility in design, support and type

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 Rollerblade Maxxum 90 Urban Inline Skates combine a fusion of superior lateral support, comfortable padded liners, and a versatile wheel setup that can be used for commuting, cruising, or training. The vented, molded hard shell provides plenty of support, paired with Specialized Fit liners that ensure comfort for all activities. Wearing The Rollerblade Maxxum 90 Urban Inline Skates, they provide secure comfort and performance that allows you to challenge your skate. The extruded aluminum frame can fit up to 90mm wheels and enables excellent power transfer and stability. These skates come with the new Rollerblade Hydrogen Wheels that enhance your rolling experience and produce good speed with the Rollerblade SG9 Bearings.


  • Flexible Lightweight Cuffs
  • Shock Absorbing Heel
  • 165mm Frame Mounting
  • Laterally Adjustable

 

Specifications
Skate Type Fitness Skate Cuff Height High Skate Closure System Traditional Laces
Closure System Micro Adjustable Buckle on Cuff Maximum Wheel Size 90mm Wheel Configuration 90mm - 90mm - 90mm - 90mm
Wheel Durometer 85A Bearing Grade High Performance Bearing Type SG 9
Speed Fast Skate Frame Material Metal or Metal Alloy Frame Material Extruded Aluminum Frames
Lining Material Specialized Fit Liners Ventilation Medium Brake Included? Yes
Special Features 45 Degree Micro-Ratchet Adjustable Buckle Model Year 2017 Model Number 07628300 096 6.0
Product ID 415886     
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Switching to these from another pair of Maxxum skates with 84 mm wheels. They are a little heavier feeling but I've really enjoyed the increase in speed and smoothness. It hasn't been a huge increase, not enough to lighten my workout too mu...Read More
 
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I really liked this skates, it feels very smooth when skating and as soon as you move you already going fast. At very first they don't feel very comfortable, but just keep skating and you'll get used to them. Overall great product!
 
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The Maxxum 90 is a great overall skate! Good speed, great support and considerably light for a 90mm wheel skate. Great for fitness and maybe commuting if I was in the shape I was 25 years ago haha. Highly recommended! Thanks again Inlineska...Read More
 
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Q: I'm going to purchase a pair of inline skates to dryland train for skiing. Trying to decide between the Maxxum and the Macroblade (I have a D width foot). I would also be open to suggestions regarding other skates. I'm an advanced skier and played lots of hockey as a kid.
Asked : May 10, 2018
By : TomH, Falls Church, VA
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A: I own the Maxxum 90 skates and they are great for intensive training, think hard and fast skating, but are not ideal in my opinion for distance skating. The boot in the Maxxum lends itself well to extreme support and durability but in that you lose a bit of the comfort necessary for longer excursions. I am looking into purchasing this season's new Macroblade 3WD myself for longer distance skating, the Macroblade boot is going to be a bit more forgiving but will still offer the support necessary. So it really depends on the skating that you are doing, there is merit in owning both pairs if you have the means, but if I had to choose just one for overall skating It'd be the comfort of the Macroblade.
Answered : May 11, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: Is this skate made for women or is this a unisex skate. I wear a true 6.5 women's shoe.
Asked : Jan 28, 2018
By : tutto, FL
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A: This skate is sized in men's sizing, so you'd want to drop a full size to accommodate the difference. There is a women's version with 84mm wheels instead of 90mm wheels, the Rollerblade Maxxum 84 Womens would be a great choice as well if you're OK with going down to an 84mm wheel instead of 90, the women's specific fit is going to be a bit lower cuffed for a woman's calf muscle and will offer a slightly narrower fit for a woman's foot shape.
Answered : Jan 29, 2018
By : Chris, United States
Q: I have a wide foot. Would these be okay or can you recommend a different model?
Asked : Nov 24, 2017
By : Ben, New Jersey
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A: These are probably not the best for a wide foot. The hard plastic boot design tends to fit a bit narrower than some of the softer side models. I would check out the K2 uptown fora good urban style, or you could go with a fitness style skate like the K2 FIT 84 or Rollerblade Macroblade 90
Answered : Nov 27, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: I wear shoe size 10.5-11 US size and in Euro size around 44.5 is it ok to take 10.5 size in Rolllerblade Maxxum 90? Or do i need to take 11size because my foot is wider in size
Asked : May 29, 2017
By : Shern, Philippines
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A: If you're typically mixed up between a size 10.5 and an 11.0 then I would go with the size 11 since the Maxxums can fit fairly tight. I wear 10.5 and take them in 10.5 and they fit with a good tight performance fit.
Answered : May 30, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: Do you know if I can put a shorter frame on this boot? I want a quicker turning radius.
Asked : Mar 17, 2017
By : MushroomRoller, Boulder, CO
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A: Sure can, the mounting spacing is 165mm
Answered : Mar 20, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: I AM LOOKING TO BUY THE ROLLERBLADE MAXXUM 90 URBAN SKATE,, THE VIDEO SAID THEY ARE A MENS SKATE BUT ARE UNISEX... SO CAN WOMAN WHERE THIS SKATE? AND IF SO, I AM A SIZE 8 SNEAKER IN WOMANS,,, WHAT SIZE WOULD I ORDER THIS SKATE IN MENS?
Asked : Mar 14, 2017
By : JC, MASSACHUSETTS
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A: These are sized in men's sizing but can be worn by whomever. You will want to size down one full size so if you wear a size 8 women's shoe you will want to get a size 7
Answered : Mar 14, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: I have not bladed in a while but intend to start again this Spring. I wear a 10-1/2 D New Balance running shoe, but my old Racerblades from years ago are a size 10. I have a wider food and like the size of the toe-box on the New Balance shoes. I am not certain what size Maxxum 90 would be a good fit. How do the sizes tend to run on the Maxxum and what would you recommend. Thanks for your help.
Asked : Feb 06, 2017
By : Norm, Minneapolis, Min
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A: I wear the Maxxum 90's in size 10.5 and also take a 10.5 shoe. The skates for me fit length wise pretty much right out of the box but took skating in them 4-5 times to fully break in width wise. If you have a slightly wider foot you may end up needing to add a heel lift in the skates to alleviate some of the pressure since inline skates are not offered in wider widths. Since you are only in a D width you may not have to do anything and the skates may fit after they break in. Just a warning though, my first skate in these hurt my feet and it wasn't until about 3 skates in that they really started to feel better, this is a stiffer boot and takes some breaking in for a proper fit.
Answered : Feb 06, 2017
By : Chris, United States
Q: Would these be okay for someone at around 250-275 lbs? Also if my foot size is 12 with shoes, what would be the recommendation in skate size? If they don't fit is it returnable for a different size? Thanks!
Asked : Jul 11, 2016
By : Nick, Montreal
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A: Rollerblade doesn't publish weight recommendations for their skates but as someone that owns these skates weighing in just over 200lbs I would say you'll be perfectly fine. You wouldn't want to go with a skate with a plastic or low quality metal frame but this frame is very sturdy and durable, especially so since it is an urban style inline skate.
Answered : Jul 12, 2016
By : Chris, United States
Q: Is there a shortened axle included so that you can remove the brake?
Asked : Jun 03, 2016
By : David, Holyoke,Ma
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A: Rollerblade doesn't include the shorter axle with the skate but if you contact customer service we can get one to you when you purchase the skates. Most of the time we have them in stock here and can quickly send them out, if not we can order the axle right from Rollerblade and get it to you. Give us a call at 888.271.7500
Answered : Jun 06, 2016
By : Chris, United States
Q: Can i safely put smaller wheels on this frame, like say 80mm wheels?
Asked : May 14, 2016
By : joey, los angeles
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A: Yes, you can put smaller wheels on this skate.
Answered : May 17, 2016
By : Chris, United States
 

 

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