If you think your kids might love the freeing feeling of learning how to roller skate, it might be time to get them a pair. These days, there are lots of shapes and designs to consider, including traditional boots, hybridized modern models and even roller shoes.
Turn heads with this old-school silhouette in thoroughly modern color options. Impala Rollerskates
There are many kinds of skates on the market, but why not choose a classic? Travel back in time to a land before rollerblades took over to embrace the sport’s original competitive indoor boot shape and wheel placement. Choosing a funky colorway like holographic or rose gold adds a contemporary twist.
Laces and Velcro
These lightweight boots have a “padded collar” to keep your child’s feet feeling good. Roller Derby
Choosing a skate that has both laces and a Velcro closure around the ankle is a good way to make sure that there is comfortable, flexible support to roll with the unexpected bumps.
Kicks that light up let them glide safely in the dark. Nsasy
Show-stopping sneakers with wheels for kids have been the envy of adults for ages—and they’re a good way to see if your child actually enjoys this type of movement before investing in a more expensive pair of skates.