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Bont Hybrid Microfiber New Skater Package - Ignite Plate

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Bont Hybrid Microfiber New Skater Package - with Ignite Plate 

Bad Girlfriend Roller Skates New Skater packages include your skates, Triple Eight knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, Triple Eight Brainsaver Dual Certified Helmet and SISU GO mouthguard. 

If you already have a dental mouthguard we even offer $10 deduction.

Bad Girlfriend Skates also offers you lots of price saving upgrades! Upgrading now saves you money now. We promise amazing prices and MORE options than any other skate shops. We are your ONE STOP skate shop!!

Email us at bgfskates@gmail.com or text 780-918-9676 for stock/color questions.

Bad Girlfriend Skates HIGHLY RECOMMENDS to upgrade your Kneepads - PAY THE EXTRA $25 TO $45 AND YOUR KNEES WILL LOVE YOU! (We are skaters and that is why we promote this)

Bont Hybrid Microfiber Roller Derby Skate is unlike most entry level packages that are made with old construction techniques using cardboard and wood.

The Hybrid has a fully hand made fiberglass base and it is heat moldable to your feet.

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  • Model: Hybrid

  • Base: Fiberglass

  • Outer Skin: Microfiber

  • Liner: Microfiber

  • Heel Rise: 6mm

  • Innersole: EVA thermo-moldable

  • Heat Moldable: Fully Heat Moldable Base Utilizing Epoxy Thermoset Resin

  • Padding: Memory Foam

  • Boot Height: Standard

  • Size Options: 3 - 13

Heat Moldability

The fiberglass in the boot is made hard by the use of a thermosetting epoxy resin. Resin development is something that we have been doing since 1975. Formulating a resin that is super stiff, yet becomes moldable at low temperatures and has a fast cure time is critical for our unique requirement which is why we are the only skate manufacturer who develops our own resins in-house.

Our resin becomes soft at just 60°C (140°F) which is the lowest in the industry. Once you heat the resin, mold the shoe and let it set, it is permanently set without the need to remold. You can also reheat the resin as many times as you like.

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Light Weight

Bont boots are manufactured by hand in a process where we build the boot from the inside out by hand laying the carbon of fiberglass around the last (plastic foot). This method of manufacturing is extremely time consuming compared to the traditional method of quad boot manufacturing which is done by gluing the upper to the pre made base. However, our method results in a much stronger and lighter structure.

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Memory Foam

The Hybrid is made with high density closed cell memory foam. This padding will not deform over time or retain water from sweat or wet surfaces.

Color Options

The Hybrid boot is only available in black with white trim.

Sizing Info

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Speed skates are a high performance apparatus so it is not always easy to have one size chart that will please everyone because some skaters like their skates tighter than others. What Bont has done is provide you with the exact last sizes in the chart above and you can use it to determine your Bont size. As a basic rule, most skaters like their boots to be 3-4mm longer than the last. This allows for your feet to grow in length when the boots are tightened. If you like your boots super tight, then just add 1-2mm but be warned, your toes will touch the end and possibly be scrunched.

Bont has added a new row called WIDTH. It makes it easy to determine if you have wide or narrow feet. For example, a size 4 boot will fit a 86 - 90mm wide foot. If you have a 91mm wide foot, then you would probably be better off with a wide boot.

To find your size, place a tape measure on a flat surface up against a wall. Stand on the tape measure with your heel against the wall. Look down and take the measurement from your longest toe. Then use the MM scale on the size chart to find your size.

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Here are some examples of mm sizes for speed skates and the boot size recommended:

253mm + 4mm you should order size 6.5

268mm + 4mm you should order size 8

273mm + 4mm you should order size 9

291mm + 4mm you should order size 11.

Bont Sizing Wizard Link to size your foot  :

http://www.bont.com/quad/items/support/size.html

Please use the above link for accurate sizing. This package includes free shipping but all exchanges are postage paid by customer. Please ensure you get right size.

Anatomical Forefoot Shape

Conventional quad skates offer a “dress shoe” type shaping. Although highly aesthetic this will cause the toes along with the metatarsals to be overly constricted, compressing the nerves between the metatarsals which often results in the common "hot foot" sensation.

Bont skates anatomical shaping allows the foot to function in its most efficient and anatomically correct position.

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Anatomical Heel Cup

The anatomical heel cup shaping of Bont quad skates provides increased stability and more power through your push. This stabilization is achieved without any mechanical operation or over tightening of straps/laces allowing for increased comfort and blood circulation. The heel cup is fully heat moldable in the oven.

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Toe Guards

This is a set of leather toe guards designed to protect the toe area of your Bont Quad Skates. Roller Derby is a contact sport and rubbing and dragging of the toe area on hard surfaces may result in the boot materials wearing out sooner than desired.

These toe guards are extremely durable made from 100% Australian Leather and are designed to extend the life of your skates.

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Ballistic Wheels

87A - 60mm x 40mm

The Ballistic wheel is easy to break in, has a high rebound, high grip and great wear properties.

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FX1 Wheels

87A - 60mm x 38mm
or
92A - 60mm x 38mm
The FX1 is an ultra light weight, ultra high performance wheel with super high rebound urethane combined with a unique mini bearing hub.

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Protective Gear included in your new skater package:

 Triple Eight Saver Series Wrist Saver

 Triple Eight EP 55 Elbow Pads

 Triple Eight KP 22 Knee Pads

  KP22 Knee KP Pro (Upgraded Knee) EP55 Elbow Saver Series Wrist guard Roller Derby Wrist guard
X Small 11 - 12.5" N/A 5 - 6" 7.0 - 7.5" N/A
Small 12.5 - 14.5" 12.5 -14.5"
6 -8" 7.5 - 8" 7 - 8"
Medium 14.5 - 16" 14.5 -16"
8 - 10" 8 - 9" 8 - 9"
Large 16 - 17" 16 - 17 10- 12" 9 - 10" 9 - 10"
X Large 17 - 19.5" 17 - 19.5" 12 - 14" N/A N/A

Triple Eight KP22 Knee Pads Sizing (measure circumference of extended knee)

Triple Eight EP55 Elbow Pads (Elbow circumference with outstretched arm)

Triple Eight Saver Series Wrist Guard (measure hand circumference at the knuckles)

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 We highly recommend you upgrade your kneepads to: (4 UPGRADES AVAILABLE)

 Triple Eight KP Pro Knee Pad

Triple Eight KP Pro Knee Pads Sizing
(measure circumference of extended knee) see size chart above

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 187 Killer Pro Knee Pads

 187 Pro Roller Derby Knee Pad

What is the difference between Pro Knee Pad and Pro Derby Knee Pad?

The Pro Knee Pad is a bigger pad over-all and the bend/shape is fixed on the perfect angle to cup your knee when you fall. The Pro Knee Pad is made of 1 ½” thick foam.

The Pro Derby Knee Pad has a one of a kind flex hinge. It has the same bend at the knee as the Pro Knee Pad, but the flex hinge allows the pad to move with your leg. The over-all sizing is also smaller. The Pro Derby Knee Pad is made of 1 ¼ ” thick foam.

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SMITH ELITE II KNEE PAD

Note: Measure approx 1.5" above and below knee

 SIZE TOP OPENING BOTTOM OPENING
X SMALL 11" - 14" 10 - 13"
SMALL/MEDIUM 13 - 16" 12 - 15"
LARGE/X LARGE 15.5" - 18.5" 14.5 - 17.5"

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Wrist Guard Upgrades:

Triple Eight Roller Derby Wrist Guard

measure hand circumference at the knuckles and match to the sizes listed below
S 7.0 – 8.0 in
M 8.0 – 9.0 in
L 9.0 – 10.0 in 

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187 Killer Wrist Guard

187 Roller Derby Wrist Guard

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187 Killer Elbow Pads

187 Slim Elbow Pad

187 Pro Roller Derby Elbow Pads

What is the difference between the three styles of 187 elbow pads?

The Standard Elbow is the original and more traditional design of elbow pad and best seller. It has a  ½” of foam.
The Slim Elbow Pad is a smaller, more compact elbow pad, with a fixed bottom strap. The Slim Pad still offers great protection with a  ½” of foam.
The Pro Elbow Pad is a larger, more thick and bulky pad for those who want max protection for their elbows. It has a 7/8” of foam.

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Your New Skater Package also includes:

Triple Eight Brainsaver Dual Certified with EPS Liner Helmet

To ensure a perfect fit, measure the circumference of your head starting in the middle of your forehead and match it with the sizes below.

  • XS/S 18.9-21.3in (48-54cm)
  • S/M 21.7-22.8in (55cm-58cm)
  • L/XL 23.2-24in (59-61cm)

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S ONE Lifer Roller Derby Helmet

The S1 Lifer Helmet is one of the best fitting and safest helmets for Roller Derby. The Lifer Helmet uses a specially formulated EPS Fusion Foam which allows it to protect your head from multiple low force impacts as well as high impacts. The Lifer Helmet is a Certified "multi-impact" helmet and is up to 5x more protective than the soft foam non-certified helmets.  The Lifer helmet is a break through design combining the added safety of a CPSC and ASTM certified helmet with the comfort and fit of a non certified helmet. The S1 Lifer Helmet is the best fitting High impact and Multiple Impact helmet on the market.

Specs:
• Specially formulated EPS Fusion Foam
• Certified Multi-Impact (ASTM)
• Certified High Impact (CPSC)
• 5x More Protective Than Regular Skate Helmets
• Deep Fit Design

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Package also includes SISU Go Mouth Guard FREE

The SISU GO is a thin, flexible mouthguard made to be discreet and comfortable while protecting where most dental injuries happen. Equipped with Diffusix™ Technology, the perforations in SISU GO oscillate on impact and diffuse the forces to the scientifically designed crumple zones. The perforations also allow for natural flow of air and saliva, empowering athletes to talk, breathe and drink in sports where communication and hydration are key. A little dental protection goes a long way with SISU GO.

Details:

  • Shorter guard

  • Extreme comfort

  • Essential coverage for the minimalist

  • Ages 11+

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 $5 Savings getting Skater Bag in your package.

 If your budget allows you save $ getting Skater Bag in your package.

Bont Backpack

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Radar Rolling Gear Bag

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Heat Molding for Bont Boots

http://www.bont.com/inline/items/support/heat-molding.html

Bont skates are the most heat moldable skates on the market. Our resin is developed in house and has been perfected over 35 years to be an extremely stiff resin that becomes pliable at relatively low temperatures. You may have tried heat molding other brands of boots and found that you needed to increase the temperature to try to get it to mold. That is not the case with your Bont boots and we urge you to start with low temperatures.

The base of the boot is moldable which means all stiff areas of the boot can be molded in a standard oven. This is unlike most boots on the market which have uppers that are moldable. You do not need to mold your boots if they fit you straight out of the box. To mold your boots, remove the wheels. You can leave the frame on if you wish. Pre heat the oven to 85°C/185°F. Place the boot in the oven for 15-20 minutes. Higher temperatures will void your warranty and may damage your boot. Caution: Do not place your feet in the hot boots or you may burn your feet. Let them cool a little and test the boot temperature with your hand before placing your feet in them. Tighten the straps/laces/buckles and allow to cool. If you have any lumps or bunions on your feet or if there are any areas causing discomfort, while the boot is still warm you can use the round end of a blunt object to press out any part of the boot. You can heat mold the boots as many times as you like. Please watch this quick video below to see how it’s done.

Heat Molding FAQ: If the boots take 20 minutes to mold at 85°C, can I put them in the oven for 10 minutes at 170°C? The answer is no. Please stick to the guidelines and your boots will not be damaged.