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Rollerblades - Buying What's Right for You

Don't you hate it when you buy rollerblades and you outgrow them a few months later? That's one problem that won't happen with these sets of rollerblades. With the ability to adjust a few sizes bigger, these blades grow as you do!

Rollerblades - Rollerblade Micro 4X Girls

Rollerblade Micro 4X Girls

This lightweight, high-performing rollerblade adjusts up to four sizes! The grey boot, with a touch of light purple, gives the Rollerblade Micro 4X blades a feminine look without looking too girly-girly. Whether you like to rollerblade around the neighborhood or at the park, this is a great pick for all-purpose use. Retail - $120 US.

Rollerblades - Chicago CRS

Chicago CRS

The Chicago CRS is a perfect example of a stylish-looking inline skate that comes at a dirt cheap price! These skates could easily pass for $100 rollerblades. The cool grey tones, along with the red strap and black bottom perfectly complement each other. While they may not perform as well as higher end skates, these blades are great for beginners. Retail - $50 US.

Rollerblades - K2 Moto Jr. Skate

K2 Moto Jr. Skate

When you're talking about comfort and performance, you have to talk about the K2 Moto Jr. A quick lacing system and strap make it easy to tighten these skates up and you'll never get sore feet with the extra soft boot in these blades. Plus, the red and black styling looks sweet! This K2 skate is a winner in our book!. Retail - $120 US.

Rollerblades - K2 Marlee Girls Skate

K2 Marlee Girls Skate

The first thing you notice on the K2 Marlee skate is the high boot. The tall boot, along with the dual straps, gives all you bladin' chicks a good comfortable feel when you skate. These rollerblades are a lot like Jessica Biel - they're tall, strong and good lookin'! Retail - $90 US.

Rollerblades - Roces Roady 1.0

Roces Roady 1.0

This is the cream of the crop when it comes to high performance blades. The strap, along with the extra soft boot, makes sure you get that stable and comfortable feel. Its blue sides and large number "52" emblazoned across the skates, make these inline skates reminiscent of a NASCAR race car. The price tag is high, but if you are the best, why not wear the best? Just make sure to be really nice to your parents before your birthday! Retail - $150 US.

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Lolly20 posted in Cheerleading:
yes it is  :)
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"FBGirl" wrote:I like cheerleading, but definitely NOT a sport! Sports are physical activity with competition and GEAR. The closest thing cheerleaders have to gear are pom-poms. And, yeah. Boys CAN cheerlead, but chances are they will be made fun of(not by me). Cheerleaders do A LOT of physical cheers and stunts, and we use ourselves instead of gear. A lot and most people underestimate cheerleaders for just some girls with poms and uniforms going "go team! yay!" because they have seen that in movies and tv. look up some cheer comp videos and still only some people with change their view of cheerleaders as girls on the sidelines doing uncreative cheers and stupid words to match. I hope this helped you understand a little bit more about cheerleading and cheerleaders. Peace Out!
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"lamiraclelemiracle" wrote:no cheering is not a sport it's something to turn people and the players up I was a cheerleader for 2 years (before I aged out) and we do not only wave pom poms int the air and yell "go team!!". All cheerleaders and coaches put A LOT of effort and time into making and practicing cheers. It is true that cheerleaders turn people and the players on...but it's much more than that. it's about having fun, teamwork, having some more fun, getting some exercise (uh that kinda makes it a sport right?), and great times with the other girls on your squad.   Rant over lol
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Lolly20 posted in Xtreme Sports:
of coarse girls can be stronger than boys but some are not :wave
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