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Old January 11th, 2015, 05:48 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Zafira View Post
Now that I've had a chance to skate the Roll Line Olympic at my regular rink I wanted to report back.
So they are fabulous wheels, but this wood rink in the winter just has a really slick floor. I've skated them there twice and they're better than the Bones 101, but I swear I could use the Roll Line Formula that Tuesday girl skates, I'm still sliding more than I want. Maybe once I get new boots purchased I'll get some next winter. I definitely love the Roll Line wheels over the Bones now that I've tried a pair.
A couple weeks ago (and it was cold) I went to a Christmas skate party at a rink with a non-wood floor. I guess this is sport court? Kind of a plasticy coating over tile sort of.
The wheels did great there too! Good grip, but not sluggish.

I'm happy with them, now for a new boot.
Thanks for the update. I like my Rollerbones Turbos, but am ready to try something else, and I'm very intrigued by the Roll Line wheels. It would be great to have trial wheels at a local rink.
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