The Anarchy Panik II aggressive skates are a good starting point if you wish to explore this sport. They are specifically designed for making tricks, grinds, and jumps on skateparks and streets. These Anarchy aggressive skates come equipped with a quality semi-soft boot. You will get the best parts of both worlds, as semi-soft construction will provide you with stability and comfort.
- High-Cut cuff gives you maximum ankle support for stabilization and reducing your muscle fatigue
- Flat setup with wheels of the same size gives you a nice and stable base
- Powerstrap closure to avoid heel lift with the extra strap across your instep for a secure fit and added control
- 52mm wheels with a hardness of 90A and a wide profile for fast acceleration and solid landings of your tricks
- UFS (Universal Frame System) is a mounting system that gives you plenty of opportunities when it comes to varying your setup and pairing different frames and boots
- Built-in liner, integrated into the outside boot, eliminates the liner-wiggle and gives you comfort and moreover a more direct control
- The combination of breathable mesh and foam in the liner will keep your feet comfy and well-ventilated
Remember to check the screws before first use and tighten them if necessary. Please also note that you have to regularly examine the condition of the screws afterward.
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|Not a very comfortable entry level skate, bought for my 11 year old and she would rather wear her Rollerblade skates.|
|Brandon Cofrancesco (Lemoore)|
Reply from SkatePro: Hi Brandon,
Thank you for taking your time to write a review!✌
Very valid point. Of course, with skates, it is hard to predict how every individual will feel in them. Some people like softer boot, some tighter, as well as wheel diameter can play a role in how comfortable the rider feels.
However, we really appreciate your feedback and are still happy that your daughter is interested in skating, even if it is not with the aggressive skates!😉
Have a lovely day!
|They’re a Christmas present for my 9 yr old grandson so I’m not sure how they are yet but they look good in the box…|
|Lyndsay Rodger (Southport)|