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Rollerblade Twister X - 2017

The highly anticipated Rollerblade's 2017 Twister X is more than a pretty statement and is definitely here to stay.


Rollerblade Twister X Skates feature a stand out design that is sure to catch some attention. Not just a pretty face, these skates are also packed full of performance and comfort.

The molded shell design makes for a snug, responsive fit that is highly adjustable thanks to two ratcheting buckles at the ankle and midstrap.

The Specialized Pro liner is contoured to give optimal comfort and instant heel lock.

Built for the streets, you'll find an integrated Shock absorber in the heel to help reduce road vibration and a replaceable slider for added durability.


UPPER/SHELL Twister, Vented Molded
Lateral Slider
WHEELS Rollerblade Hydrogen 80mm/85A
BEARINGS Twincam Classic ILQ 9

Hot Rod 243mm Alu
One Sided Racing axles

LINER New Specialized 5 Star Fit
Specialized footbed
Shock Absorber

Memory Lock Ratcheting Cuff Bukle
45¬į Buckle
Standard laces



We have included four common mistakes of inline skaters, read on to know if you are on the right track. The worst thing that could happen is getting the wrong pair of skates or getting yourself hurt.

1. Skating without any protection

Many advanced skaters are confident in their skill set and expertise, everyone trusts their own experience but getting yourself geared up in protection will do you more good than harm, you might even thankful for it saving your life.

We highly advise going with full protective gears that includes a helmet, wrist, knee and elbow guards.


2. Wearing skates that don't fit

Trying on a pair of skates before buying is always the way to go. If you can't get them in stores, try on a similar pair from the same brand and model range so you have a good idea of your size. Different brands and models differs in sizing and cut, so do be careful and do not assume your size is fixed or one size applies to all skates.


3. Speeding and ignoring road rules

Rules of the road should not be ignored. As much as urban and aggressive skating drives your adrenaline and keeps you going for more, speeding and being oblivious to traffic whether on the road or pavements will only make you a danger object to avoid. Plan your trail and do be considerate of other users and pedestrians. It is great to practise that killer move and slide on that handrail, but safety always comes first, both for others and yourself.


4. Not knowing how to stop and forgetting to stop

Yes, it's thrilling to go down hill, with that impressive swerve and rounding each curve but being unstoppable isn't gonna make you a shooting star. You might dream of burning wheels so turn they into fire but everyone would be thankful if you knew how to use that brake of yours. We are not doubting you and we are sure you know every way to make yourself stop, we just could not emphasis more that it is crucial to brake before it escalates into something that is actually preventable.

So there you have it, four common mistakes of inline skaters, don't be the one who faults them! Always practise safety and grind that dirt so Stephane Alfano would be proud of you or at least nod tastefully.

Get Rollerblade Twister X, $499(U.P $639) online or in stores.

Benefits of Inline Skating

Rollerblade Benefits


Inline skating increases your heart rate and gets your lungs working, both components in aerobic exercise. You can increase these aerobic benefits by skating on an incline, skating more vigorously, or practicing interval skating. Aerobic exercise improves the cardiovascular system, reducing the risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure.


Inline skating provides anaerobic benefits, such as muscle strengthening and toning. Lower body muscles, core muscles, and even the upper body muscles receive an effective workout while inline skating. From long leg strides, maintaining posture, and swinging the arms, the entire body will see the muscular benefits. IMPROVES


Inline skating is about dynamic balance, or balance while your body is in motion. By starting with the basic inline skating skills then learning to do more advanced moves on your skates, such as skating backwards, crossover turns, inline hockey, aggressive skating, and even yoga, you can challenge your balance, coordination, and agility.


Postural, abdominal, and back extensor muscles, get a great workout while inline skating. With each push and glide motion, the core is activated to support the whole body providing stability allowing for dynamic balance. A strong core contributes to the effortless look a practiced skater demonstrates.


Inline skating at 10mph on a regular basis not only burns about 6 calories a minute, or 360 calories an hour, but also turns fat into muscle - a double benefit. Also, the faster you skate, the more calories you’ll burn per minute.


While skating has the bone density enhancing benefits of being a weight bearing activity, the smooth push and glide motion has minimal impact on the joints.


Probably the greatest fitness benefit of all is that inline skating is fun and gives you a sense of accomplishment as you tackle new fitness challenges. There are so many great inline skate events around the country in which to participate; from races to tours to local skate nights to so much more. Get out there and have fun getting and staying fit!

See our different skating packages here.

Official Distributor of Globe skateboards, now in stores!

Inlinex is proud to be the official distributor for Globe skateboards. Carrying a full range of street skateboards, cruisers and long boards at the most competitive price in the world.

Founded in 1985 by Australian skateboarding champions, Globe caters to the skateboard, street fashion and work wear markets. Specializing in purpose-built apparel, footwear and skateboard hard goods, its products sold in more than 100 countries worldwide.

Construction of The Spiced Series | The finest cuts of walnut, ash, mahogany and Canadian maple pressed into these limited edition boards | Available as completes only |


Cruisers (23" -32")


Globe Chromantic Cruiser 33" - $219

The Globe Chromantic Cruiser provides the ideal stability at high speeds to carve with responsive turning. This cruiser is chosen to appropriately fit styles such as fast downhill lines to cruising, carving, and street skating.

TRUCKS 6.0‚ÄĚ Slant trucks
WHEELS Globe 62mm 83a wheels
DECK CONSTRUCTION Fabric inlayed panels, spliced with teak wood
SIZE (length x width x wheel base) 33‚ÄĚ x 9.75‚ÄĚ x


Globe Tracer Classic 31.25" - $179

The Globe Tracer Classic Bamboo 31.25 complete skateboard offers the right balance of stability and maneuverability to get you there in style. With a flexible bamboo construction, you'll get a much more playful ride than your average maple deck.

TRUCKS 5.0" Slant Trucks
WHEELS Globe 62mm 83a Wheels
DECK CONSTRUCTION Bamboo Construction
SIZE (length x width x wheel base) 31.25" x 8.25" x 16.5"


Globe Kona Fiberglass 23.75" - $199

The Globe Kona Fiberglass is a super thin, light-weight mini cruiser with a fiberglass and maple sandwich construction and clear broadcast grip.

TRUCKS 4.0'' Slant trucks
WHEELS Globe 59mm 83A Wheels
DECK CONSTRUCTION Fibercarve / Maple
SIZE (length x width) 23.75‚ÄĚ x 6.5‚ÄĚ





Globe Bantam Graphic 24 - $199

The Globe Bantam Graphic version is the ultimate plastic cruiserboard, with a more grippy soft-touch finish. With much wider trucks and components that last longer than anything in the market, the Bantam Graphic is the choice for you.

TRUCKS 4.25‚ÄĚ Slant trucks
WHEELS Globe 59mm 78a wheels
DECK CONSTRUCTION Heavy-duty plastic
SIZE (length x width x wheel base) 24" x 7" x 12"


For more cruisers and our full collection, click here.



Long boards (35" - 44")


Globe Prowler Bamboo 38.5" - $249

(Available in colors:Bamboo/Clay, Bamboo/Ice)

The Globe Prowler Bamboo longboard has a drop-through shape with a gradual swallow kicktail that provides great control while eliminating wheel bite. Its bamboo construction gives the board a superior flex and strength.

TRUCKS Reverse kingpin Slant 180mm trucks.
WHEELS Globe 69mm 83a wheels
SIZE (length x width x wheel base) 38.5‚ÄĚ x 10‚ÄĚ x 28‚ÄĚ


Globe The All-Time 35.875" - $209

The Globe The All-Time cruiser comes with a high-rebound urethane formulas are abrasion resistant, smoother, faster, and provide excellent grip. Ideally chosen to fit styles from fast downhill lines to cruising, carving, and street skating.

TRUCKS 150mm Slant reverse kingpin trucks
WHEELS Globe 65mm 78a wheels
DECK CONSTRUCTION Resin-8 hard rock maple
SIZE (length x width x wheel base) 35.75‚ÄĚ x 9‚ÄĚ x 22.25‚ÄĚ






Globe Geminon Kick 37.5" - $239

(Available in colors: Agave/Sun, Burle/Black, Underwater)

The Globe Geminon Kick 37.5" complete longboard has a symmetrical twin shape with small kicks at each end for added options when freeriding. Drop through mounted trucks increase stability by lowering your center of gravity, and a thick 9-ply construction promises speed-stiff response. This is a great entry-level board for those looking to progress their abilities and expand their skill set.

TRUCKS 180mm Slant Inverted Trucks
WHEELS Globe 70mm 83a Wheels
DECK CONSTRUCTION 9-Ply Maple Construction
SIZE (length x width x wheel base) 37.5‚ÄĚ x 9.125‚ÄĚ


Globe Pinner Complete 41" - $239

The Globe Pinner Complete longboard features a long pintail shape with a kicktail, allowing for more responsive turns. Globe’s high-rebound urethane formulas are abrasion resistant, smoother, faster and provides excellent grip.

TRUCKS 180mm Slant reverse kingpin trucks
WHEELS Globe 65mm 83a wheels
DECK CONSTRUCTION Resin-8 hard rock maple
SIZE (length x width x wheel base) 41.25‚ÄĚ x 9.75‚ÄĚ x 28.75‚ÄĚ


For more long boards and our full collection, click here.

Shop online or in stores for the full range of street skateboards, cruisers, longboards 23" - 44" from $159.

2015 Skate Camp - Nov/Dec Holidays!

We have just kick start our ever-popular Indoor Skate Camp during the November school holidays and we would like to thank everyone for the overwhelming response!

Arriving bright and early our young skaters come into the store (those who registered for the earliest slot at 10:30am) to gear up and have a crash course in inline skating basics.

In this crash course, our instructor-to-student ratio is kept low at about 1:5 to ensure there are always enough of our dedicated instructors to go around. Each student will receive adequate attention from our dedicated instructors and can progress their learning at a good pace.



A five day inline skating course for beginners, covering all the essentials you'll need to find your skating feet.


Kids aged: 5 - 11 years old

The sessions last 1.5 hours each. Session slots are in the morning, afternoon and evening daily.

Where Our Riverwalk (Clarke Quay) indoor skating rink and retail space. It's fully air-conditioned, keeping everyone comfy and fresh during lessons, rain or shine.

Why Sign up for this crash course?

  • Lowest price in the market
  • 1 instructor to 5 students ‚Äď each child gets a lot more attention compared to other schools
  • No need to commit¬†to a long-term¬†skate package
  • Experienced, young and energetic coaches to aid your child‚Äôs learning
  • Keep your child occupied with a fun activity during the Holidays
  • Kids will enjoy learning intensively in a group on how to move and stop on a pair of skates
  • Results guaranteed (otherwise we will redo the course, on a weekend at the same location until he/she learns to move and stop, absolutely free!)


Terms and conditions:

  • Kids must be between the ages of 5 to 11 years old
  • Skates and equipment will¬†be provided (but it may not fit perfectly)
  • Helmet, wrist, elbow and knee pads must be worn at all times during the lesson
  • Lesson will be made up on a weekend if needed
  • Registration will close 31¬†July 2015, or when the slot reaches 15 pax, whichever comes first
  • Inlinex Pte Ltd reserves the rights to amend and/or add to the terms and conditions.


Do note that all INLINEX lessons are Results Guaranteed (if not we will redo the course, on a weekend at the same location until he/she learns to move and stop, absolutely free)!


For more information on our Skate Camp, whatsapp or call 81233425 or follow our facebook page for updates! The next skate camp will be in March/June holidays. Limited slots available and slots are filled according to a first come first served basis. Do stay tune for updates on our site and FB!

How to choose the perfect skate

Start here and read the buyer's guide to choose the perfect skate for you!


If you are thinking about getting into the sport for the first time or even upgrading your current skates, below are some key things you need to know in order to select the perfect skate.

Comfort and performance are what defines a good skate fit. The ideal fit has your toes lightly touching the front of the boot while the rest of the boot feels like a semi-firm handshake around the foot. This snug fit will get a little looser as you break in your skates over time. Going too big or too small on your inline skates can create fit problems in the long run. A sloppy fit delivers poor performance and a skate that fits too tightly can cut off circulation.

How to measure your feet size (Skates)

While inline wheels have grown over the years, the thought process that ‚Äúbigger is better‚ÄĚ doesn‚Äôt always apply. Wheel size should be based on skater ability and skating style. New skaters who are getting comfortable on their inline skates will appreciate smaller (78mm) wheel configurations or Hi-Lo (84mm/80mm) setups. More experienced skaters that use skating for a workout tool will utilize a bigger wheel (84mm) that allows for higher speeds. Advanced skaters looking to maximize speed, gravitate towards larger wheels (90mm, 100mm, or 110mm/100mm Hi-Lo configurations). For advanced urban skaters requiring more freestyle performance, we recommend a wheel size of 80mm to blend speed with optimal maneuverability. Aggressive skaters who demand specialized performance for the ramp, park, or street require skates with smaller wheels; the K2 Unnatural comes with a 60mm wheel setup but can accommodate a maximum wheel size of 61mm.


There are two types of bearings found on inline skates; ABEC rated bearings have set the standard since day 1 and ILQ bearings are designed specifically for inline skates. ABEC bearings are rated at ABEC 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9. A general rule of thumb for ABEC bearings is the higher the number, the tighter the tolerances, which leads to higher speeds and a smoother roll. ILQ bearings come in many configurations and are geared towards the high-end skater. ILQ bearings differ from ABEC in that ILQ bearings feature 6 balls instead of 5, which increases load rating.

Do you wear a seat belt when you drive? Do you use eye protection when you use power tools? Do you wear pads and a helmet when skating? You should’ve answered yes to all three. Smart skaters wear protection, (helmets and wrist guards at a minimum) to ensure that high abrasion areas are covered. The design of today’s pad sets create protective gear that is light, ventilated, and breathable, keeping you comfortable in a pad set that fits like a second skin. Remember, the right fit is key to any pad set and helmet. Make sure your gear has a snug fit and doesn’t shift while skating.

How to measure your head size (Helmet)


 Get your skates now at Inlinex Skate Shop!

Inlinex skating showcase 2015!

Inlinex was invited to a skating showcase at MyVillage for eZoo Music Festival recently! It was a night of great music, people and performances.

Our team of highly skilled instructors and avid skaters joined to put together a series of impressive performances. Armed with their skates and electrifying moves, they can't help but stop people in their tracks to take a video or two.



Besides the slick moves they made it seemed so easy, one highlight of the night was the skating jump made over two people who laid the ground for this thrilling act.


Our instructors has since gained more experience through this event and the show ended with a dazzled audience. We even received a couple of new sign ups for our skating lessons!

Visit our main store at The Riverwalk and our MyVillage and Tampines Mall outlets for the best deals and inline skating lessons. Follow us on our facebook page for the latest deals, events and promotion!

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