Review Rio Roller Classic II

When it comes to roller skates one of the first things you often have to do is figure out whether they’re meant for adults or kids.
In the case of the Rio Roller Classic II the answer is simple: They’re for both. The Classics are targeting women and girl who like the colourful skates of the roller disco era. In order to do that they offer the Rio Roller Classics in sizes ranging from 1 to 9. That means they can be worn by more than 95% of all women in the UK. Continue reading Review Rio Roller Classic II

Review Rio Roller Mayhem

Generally you like the fit and feeling of disco rollers, but are not a fan of having an explosion of bright colours on your feet? In that case you should definitely have a look at the Mayhems from Rio Roller. They are very unobtrusive and yet elegant looking in a uniform classic black that can be matched to pretty much any clothes and offer a great disco roller feeling at the same time. Continue reading Review Rio Roller Mayhem

Review SFR Vision Kids Roller Skates

The Vision kids quad skates from SFR fall into a nearly forgotten category: Kids roller skates that aren’t made from hard plastic. Today the vast majority of kids skates are focused only on one thing – being as cheap as possible. High quality, semi-soft skates like the SFR Visions are a real ray of sunshine in this somewhat drab skate landscape. We had a look whether they are really as good as we hope.
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Disco rollers

DiscoDisco rollers … what are disco rollers again? Disco roller were an especially colourful style of roller skates that was especially popular in the 70s. Like the name suggests, disco rollers are closely related to … roller discos. Roller discos basically means roller rinks that are turned into makeshift discos with dance music playing, coloured and strobe lights, fog machines, disco balls and pretty much everything else you can think of when it comes to discos. Continue reading Disco rollers

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