TronX Stryker 3.0 Senior
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The TronX Stryker 3.0 Inline Skate is suitable for all kinds of skaters who want a high-performance, comfortable, and long-lasting skate.
One of the most prominent features of the Stryker 3.0 is its injected comp weave quarter package, which offers moderate stiffness with enough flexibility for recreational to intermediate skaters. This flexibility enables the skaters to work on their stride while also keeping them comfortable.
The unique one-piece boot construction of the skate provides excellent ankle support at an affordable price, while the thick internal foams give a comfortable feel right out of the box. The skate also boasts a molded comfort EVA footbed, which maximizes comfort inside the boot, making it an important feature for skaters who skate infrequently but still want the most out of their skates. Additionally, the Stryker 3.0 includes Anaform padding, which increases protection around the ankles and works well with the microfiber liner to provide extra comfort.
For the bottom of the skate, TronX uses a Hi-Lo aluminum 6000 CNC frame chassis with copper rivets, which delivers a higher level of performance. This provides a unique skating angle, with bigger wheels at the back and smaller wheels at the front. This design delivers the best performance benefits of both wheel sizes. The Stryker 3.0 comes equipped with Hi-Lo Outdoor 82A wheels to complement the benefits of the chassis, offering a solid balance of speed and control with every stride. The bearings included on the skates are high-end pre-lubed ABEC-9 speed carbon bearings.
The skate size 6 has a 72/72/76/76mm Hi-Lo setup, while skate sizes 7-12 have a 76/76/80/80mm Hi-Lo setup. The skate weighs 1,140 grams (based on size 9). It is recommended to buy a skate that is 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size. For instance, if you wear a size 9.5 shoe, you should purchase an 8 skate.