Rollerblades for Kids with Illuminating Wheels Become Amazon’s Favorite

XinoSports is now a highly regarded name on Amazon with hundreds of delighted customers. The company's rollerblades for kids with eight illuminating wheels and many other attractive features are now hot favorites.

FEASTERVILLE TREVOSE, PA, United States - February 15, 2020 —

XinoSports’ adjustable inline roller skates are now favorites among many young boys and girls. These rollerblades kids love have already received well over 400 Amazon reviews. A manufacturer of high-quality sports equipment, XinoSports claims that this product was the first illuminating inline skate to hit the market. The manufacturer offers one full year of parts and labor coverage and a lifetime of US-based customer support to each buyer, setting the brand apart from most other sellers that offer just 30 days of coverage.

XinoSports’ girls and boys rollerblades were designed taking into account the fact that children grow fast. This is why the product comes in two sizes that expand to fit four sizes in one skate. With eight illuminating wheels that emit bright LED lights when skating, it adds visibility and makes rollerblading fun. To ensure user comfort, the skates come with ankle support and a soft foam inner lining. The inline skates are equipped with high-quality bearings and tough polyurethane wheels. Each wheel has a high-performance ABEC-7 bearing, which is very smooth and rated for speed and durability.

“As a parent or grandparent, you’ll love to watch your child improve their balance, coordination and motor skills, develop healthy exercise habits, get outdoors and away from the TV or computer screen and build physical self-confidence, all while having a blast doing it,” said Zaria Anders, the spokesperson from XinoSports.

In a recently published Amazon review, an impressed buyer writes, “I purchased these for my seven-year-old granddaughter for Christmas. She saw illuminated roller skates at a rink and asked for them. She has now worn them outside as well as at a rink. They are easy to adjust to fit, and that’s really a plus for growing kids. You do not have to undo the laces as the velcro allows you to slip your foot in and out, so once the laces are tied, you’re good to go. The lights are a fun feature and the skates hold up with normal wear and tear.”

To find out more about girls and boys rollerblades from XinoSports, please visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.

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