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Old 12-21-2009, 11:12 AM   #1  
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Default Landrollers (inline skates) anyone?

Well Ive been looking into getting some Landrollers so that me and my pup can get a better workout. the Landrollers are weird looking skates, if you watch the dog whisperer then Im sure you seen him wearing this skates. Does anyone else skate or is considering skating? Also Im really excited about getting these in a couple of weeks because you dont have to worry about rocks and cracks these allow you to enjoy the scenery instead of looking down for whats on the road ahead. Let me know your thoughts
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Old 12-21-2009, 12:55 PM   #2  
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They look cool, but I have no coordination so anything that involves balance is kinda hazardous for me ha :P
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Old 12-21-2009, 01:31 PM   #3  
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I just tripped looking at that picture.
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I really like to rollerskate, never been much for inline skating though, it was always pretty tough on my ankles. I'm curious, what makes these skates safer than regular inline skates?
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Oohh those look cool/scary! I'm terrible with stuff like that.. skating, riding bikes, skiing, etc.. I'm just a big scaredy cat!! But they look fun!! are there only 2 wheels on each skate? I wonder how hard they are to balance in?
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I really like to rollerskate, never been much for inline skating though, it was always pretty tough on my ankles. I'm curious, what makes these skates safer than regular inline skates?
From what I read there more safe then regular inline skates, they offer more support for your ankles and they wont come to a sudden stop if you run over a rock. Supposedly you can use these on unpaved trails and you don't have to worry about cracks and stuff on the sidewalk or road. Also these aren't as loud as inline skates. I plan on buying them on New Years and testing them out. there are a lot of youtube videos with these skates. I can't wait to get them
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Oohh those look cool/scary! I'm terrible with stuff like that.. skating, riding bikes, skiing, etc.. I'm just a big scaredy cat!! But they look fun!! are there only 2 wheels on each skate? I wonder how hard they are to balance in?
From what I read there very easy to balance on, I will make sure to update you ladies on the landroller skates when I get them.
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