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Recreational inline skates and roller blades – ready to go straight out of the box


Whether you’re into roller skating, inline skating, or skateboarding, it’s all about having fun. With a nostalgic throwback to the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s, Impala is bringing back the yesteryears of skate with our range of fun and colourful Inline Speed Skates. Available in an extended size range (US women’s size 1-14) - we believe inline skating is for everyone!


Inline skates for outdoor or indoor use


Our inline skates are designed to be "ready to skate” - no breaking in required! Each inline roller skate design features a durable plastic outer boot, and a breathable padded boot liner for a comfortable, secure fit. We’ve also made putting your skates on easy with an easy entry buckle and lace combo – keeping your feet locked in while you roll!

Our peta-approved vegan Impala Lightspeed Inline skates feature 70mm 84a wheels (also fits 72mm wheels), our signature ABEC-7 Impala Pink Rubber Shield bearings and optional heel brake and two Allen wrenches included. Components are also customizable – so you can switch up your wheels and make your blades your own with our range of inline skate wheels! You can even match your cute new roller blades with our equally cute Sky Blue and Pink Impala Protective sets!

 

Inline Skate FAQ's


What is inline skating good for?

 

Inline skating is great for having fun with your friends, getting outdoors, and doing some active relaxing. With enough practice, you’ll notice your balance and coordination improving and your legs will even get stronger! It’s a lot more fun than running in our opinion – and a great way to break a sweat.

 

Is inline or roller skating easier?

 

Learning to roller skate or inline skate takes time – but that learning process looks a little different for each style. Some people find the side-to-side stability of roller skates helpful when they are first starting out. Others find the front-to-back stability of inline skates makes it a little easier to get comfortable skating quickly. But it’s all about having fun, so choose the style of skating that you like.

 

Is it hard to inline skate?

 

Skating is all about having fun – but that doesn’t mean it’s all super easy to learn. When you’re just starting out, it’s important to not be too hard on yourself when you fall or make mistakes. Learning to inline skate means practising regularly and takes time, but it’s so worth the effort. Give it a try and stick with it! Also – wear your protective equipment!