Prepare to throw away your inline skates and Get Out of Line!
Our radical wheel configuration outperforms inline skates with a smoother and more stable ride. Size does matter! The basic physics of bigger wheels has clear advantages.
Over cracks, rough surfaces and other roadway obstacles: LandRoller skates were worn by Steve Coogan while he was skating over cobblestone in the Jackie Chan movie, “Around the World in 80 Days.” (Please be sure to wear protective gear at all times!) All skaters can benefit from the superior stability of LandRollers.
Skaters can navigate with more control. Once you master the subtle technique differences between inline and Land Rollers, you will find that you can turn sharper, quicker, and with greater ease.
Braking on LandRoller skates is more effective than with inline because the geometry of the two-wheel design makes it easier to apply force to the heel brake.
The large wheels provide an incredibly smooth ride – increasing the pleasure and comfort of skating. In turn, this reduction in chatter or vibration reduces fatigue allowing the skater to ride for longer and in more comfort.
LandRollers are a social phenomenon. They are amazing attention grabbers and conversation starters. Prepare to be noticed while skating!
For years, skate companies have tried to capitalize on these advantages by putting larger wheels on skates to improve versatility and achieve a smoother glide. Those attempts have failed because the skates were either dangerously high off the ground, as in the case of Rollerblades’ Coyote skates, or difficult to maneuver because of a long wheelbase, as with the TrailSkate and Crosskate.
Only with LandRoller’s patented Angled Wheel Technology™ can large wheels be mounted on a skate while maintaining a low profile and a short wheelbase. Skating dynamics are maintained while delivering all of the advantages of large diameter wheels. These advantages include decreased vibration, smoother ride and increased glide time.
People are astonished by the incredible stability derived from the ‘out of line’ wheel configuration of LandRoller skates. Most people need to experience the ride to believe it.
Get into LandRollers!