In Slide Inline you will find the best inline skates for both adults and children. We work with leading brands of skating and always offering a competitive price, in addition to personalized advice. We have an extensive online catalog full of offers so you can take the inline skate that best suits the style you practice.
Our team is formed by skaters so they will give you professional advice and your own opinion on rollerblades.
Buy Inline Skates online at Slide Inline
We have the best brands of inline skates for adults on the market. These skates are very agile, fast and easy to handle, in addition to having an excellent resistance. In our online store you can buy inline skates for womens and mens and choose the one that best suits your style.
What characterizes inline skates is that they are designed with all their wheels in line. You can find skates with two, three and four wheels.
The difference to classic skates is that these have four wheels and are installed in pairs on each axle at the back of the boot.
Most inline skates have a rubber heel block in the heel area for braking, ideal for beginners in the skating world. The boots are designed in a high style, designed for safety and ankle stability. If you are looking for a skate for your child visit our section of inline skates for kids.
Types and styles of inline skates
Currently there are different types and styles of skating, for this reason we have available various models of inline skates, so you get the most out of the discipline you want to practice, and here in our store Slide in Line you can find the best inline skates of different disciplines and modalities such as:
In addition, you have at your disposal an extensive catalog of accessories and complements, such as wheels for all types of skates, bearings, protective gear for skating, spare parts, bags and backpacks, etc.
How to select a good inline skate?
Once you know what kind of skate you are looking for, the most important thing is to choose the right size. As a general rule, the size of the skate will be the same size you use for your street shoes. Another point to take into account is your skating level, since there are professional inline skates and skates for beginners. If your skating level is high, opt for a high-end inline skate, but if you are just starting out, we advise you to buy cheap inline skates.
The best brands of inline roller skates
In our online store we always work with the best brands of inline skates on the market, so that you feel safe when buying your inline skates. Among other brands of skates, in Slide Inline you can find:
If you do not find the model of inline skate you are looking for, please contact us and one of our experts will be happy to assist you. Here you can see our entire catalog of skates.
Frequently asked questions about inline skating
Is inline skating difficult?
At first it can be difficult, as it is a sport that requires control and balance. However, if you are consistent, this first stage is quickly overcome and you will start to feel that you are enjoying yourself more and more on your skates and having fun alone or in company.
Where to buy inline skates?
At Slide Inline you can buy inline skates at a good price and quality.
What are the best inline skates to start with?
Although everything could indicate the contrary, freeskate skates are a very good option for skaters who are starting out, thanks to their short frame and hard boot that make it very easy to start skating. If you want more information check out our article on what are the best skates to learn to skate.
How to choose the right size of inline skates?
You have to measure both feet, as usually there is always one smaller than the other. To the measurement you will have to add 0.5 to 1 cm depending on whether you want to wear more or less tight skates and if you have a narrow or wide last.
What is better 3 or 4 wheels skates?
If you are a beginner, inline skates with 4 wheels between 80mm and 90mm are better. On the other hand, if you are an advanced skater, we encourage you to try the 3 wheels.
Do I have to have a brake on inline skates?
The brake as such is an accessory that will allow us to stop more easily.