Retro Rollerblades

Retro rollerblades are skates that were popular in the 1990s and early 2000s. Rollerblade was the first company to introduce the rollerblade in 1979. The brand name is synonymous with inline skating because it has become so popular over the years.They are a throwback from when skating was both popular and cool.
The 1990 rollerblade lightning skate is a favorite among skaters who enjoy the nostalgia and quality of blades from this era. This was a great model that was made by Rollerblade. It was very popular because of how comfortable it was and easy to use with its quick release buckles on each side for adjusting the fit. They have been around for decades and know what they are doing when it comes to making quality products that people will love using!
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Roces is another company that have been around since the beginning of inline skating. Their focus was on making skates lighter while being more durable at the same time. The below vintage rollerblades might not be the most comfortable, but they will make you feel like a kid again.
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The Rollerblade Maxxum was originally released in the 90's. It's a classic. They are re-releasing this model from that era. The new version has been updated with modern technology. It includes an aluminum frame that provides high durability while maintaining lightness on your feet. The liner used within this pair of skates is made out of comfortable material that will keep you feeling great throughout your entire skating session. If you're looking for a nostalgic rollerblade, these retro Maxxums are a prime example. 
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If you want to go way back, here's some rollerblades made in 1895. These rollerblades were marketed as the Ritter Skatette. The device was originally designed for use by women to help keep their skirts from getting caught up in the wheels. These original designs had front and back plates and a foot long bar strapped securely around the wearer’s ankles and calves. 
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  Are Rollerblades back? We've seen a resurgence of popularity recently with people skating on them recreationally or as part of their workout routine. It's true what they say, you never forget your first pair of rollerblades. When I was a kid, I skated all day long on my Retro Rollerblades with the neon yellow wheels that made this sound as if you were dragging a spoon across metal. Now that I'm older and have more responsibilities I still love to skate. Retro rollerblades are becoming more popular everyday.

The retro style is perfect for the skating community that prefers to use rollerblades that look like they did when they were first introduced into the market over 20 years ago. They're not only nostalgic but also really fun for any age and skill level! They're perfect for those who want to experience things from their childhood again, or even introduce it to their children who might not know how fun they were. These skates can be used for fun, transportation, and exercise. Would you like to buy a pair of vintage rollerblades? You can find these types of second hand blades on many different sites, such as Amazon, eBay and Cragslist.
 
If you're looking for a pair of rollerblades, check the Nett Racing Complete Skate Page.
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