Roll-line Magnum 57mm Skate Wheels
MAGNUM 49D, 53D, 57D, and 60D – 57mm Standard FreeStyle Wheels
Hardness: Gray 49D, Cream 53D, Yellow 57D, and White 60D
Compound: MonoCompound Elastomeric ThermoPlastiche Formula
The Giotto 49D, 53D, 57D, and 60D Standard FreeStyle Wheels provide a great range of Grip and Roll for the Standard Series of FreeStyle Wheels. The Magnum is less expensive (than the Giotto and Urethane counterparts), yet, very high quality wheel, which is used on many types of skating surfaces including standard wood floors coated with plastic or poly urethane, but also unusual surfaces like, tile type basketball and volleyball courts, tennis courts (Indoor or outdoor), and concrete or terrazzo surfaces that are more common around the World. The Magnum FreeStyle Wheels are used a great deal internationally, where there are few indoor skating centers like there are here in the USA. The Magnum FreeStyle wheels are most often used on abusive surfaces where the life expectancy of the wheels on these tough surfaces are not very long, but very High Skating Quality both Grip and Roll are required. Many of the world level FreeStyle competitors use combinations of hardnesses of the Magnum for Training to achieve the best Skating result. Roll-Line has developed this wheel giving it properties that withstand the extreme and unusual abuse a FreeStyle skater and an abusive Skating Surface can dish out. The Roll-Line Magnum FreeStyle Wheels (49D, 53D, 57D, and 60D) are a Medium-Profile, durable wheel which are Strong, Light, and with extremely Close Tolerances for Roundness, Trueness, and for the Cage where the Bearings and Spacers are mounted. The Roll-Line Magnum FreeStyle Wheels are a MonoCompound Elastomeric ThermoPlastiche wheel, which is produced utilizing an injection system. The 49D, 53D, 57D, and 60D provide a great varying range of grip in the wheel material and is for a skating surfaces with a range of grip. The wheel color identifies which hardness the wheel is.
The softer the wheel, or lower Shore “D” hardness number, the more the grip and slightly less roll. The harder the wheel, or higher Shore “D” number, the more the roll, with slightly less grip.
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1. Measure Your Feet
You need a few things:
- A tape measure with measurements starting at the beginning of the tape, without a gap (ideally, a fabric tape measure).
- A wall (without moulding sticking out at the bottom)
- A box
Lay the tape out with the zero starting at the wall.
Step on the tape with your socks. Measure the longest part of your foot.
Place a box just at your toes, put your weight on the foot you are measuring, lean slightly forward, and give your toes a wiggle (if the box nudges forward a little that's fine!).
Gently move your foot off of the tape measure. Take note of the length to the nearest 16th of an inch or the nearest mm.
You are now ready to use our sizing calculator! Select your range in millimeters in the down menu menu below. If you have a size that is outside of the range listed below book an appointment so we can discuss what size is best for you.
IMPORTANT Notes about Fit
- Your skates will feel more snug than your street shoes! This gives you maximum performance and minimizes discomfort.
- Ideally, your toes will lightly brush the front of the skates when laced up. To get a true idea of fit, you need to lace up your skates. Lacing your skates pulls your heel back into the heel cup, and gives you a true idea of how much room you have in the toe box.
- Yes, your toes should really be touching the end of the toe box! This is to avoid the boots fitting too loose once broken in, and prevents blisters and discomfort in shins or calves. If you do not want a snug fit please adjust your size accordingly.
- This is intended as a guide and put together using the measurements from the manufactures. Unfortunately we can not guarantee the sizing, we highly recommend visiting a physical store to be sized in person to ensure the best fitting skate.
2. Select Your Brand and Size
Using the drop down menu below, please select the brand of skate or plate you are shopping for.
3. Shop For Skates!
Take note of your size, and start shopping!
If your size is out of range, please contact our customer service team for help finding your size.