Use code "BONT" at check out for discount on this package
Limited quantity available as we clear these out to bring in Prostar with new 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!!
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Unlike some shops WE HAVE STOCK! Lots of it....
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)
The Bont Prostar skate was designed to be light, responsive and is heat moldable to fit every curve of your foot. The Bont Prostar is a high end, heat moldable fiberglass boot with high end wheels and bearings.
Entry level skate with nice round fit to the toe, well suited for a wider foot.
- Microfiber boot
- Built in toe protector
- FIberglass reinforced Ignite plates
- FX1 wheels
- 688 mini bearings
The Prostar boot is made with thermoplastic in the heel. This is especially good for skaters with skinny or wide ankles as it allows you to mold your boot with a hairdryer to obtain a custom fit in under 10 minutes.
Bont Ignite Plate is fiberglass reinforced so it can take even more of a beating when mounted to your Bont boot.
These plates have a 20 degree action, 8mm axles and high end cushions.
- Fiberglass reinforced plastic baseplate
- 20 degree kingpin
- Derlin pivot cups
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 Sizing Wizard Link to size your foot :
Radar Villain Size: 38mm wide x 59mm tall
Colors: White urethane with bright purple hub
The Sonar Bracer wheels featuring an 84A urethane formula created to provide extra grip.
Reckless Envy Wheel gives you great grip and roll for all kinds of surfaces, from unpolished concrete to the slickest wood floors and dirty sport tiles. Use Reckless Envy as pushers or mix with the Reckless Evader or Ikon for extra traction. Reckless Envy are also a great alternative to standard outdoor wheels, providing excellent roll and grip on asphalt, cement, outdoor skate parks, and tennis courts
- 59mm tall x 38mm wide
- 62 mm tall x 38 mm wide
- Hardness: 86A Hub: Orange Halo Hub
- Hardness: 88A Hub: Teal Halo Hub
- Hardness: 91A Hub: Yellow Halo Hub
- Hardness: 93A Hub: Pink Halo Hub
- Hardness: 95A Hub: Blue Halo Hub
- Hardness: 97A Hub: Green Halo Hub
Protective Gear included in your new skater package:
|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)
We highly recommend you upgrade your kneepads to: (4 UPGRADES AVAILABLE)
Triple Eight KP Pro Knee Pads Sizing
(measure circumference of extended knee) see size chart above
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.
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"|
Wrist Guard Upgrades:
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
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.
•Women specific design
•Sleek and ergonomic design
•Shock absorbing EVA padding
•Fixed full coverage PE shell
•Top and bottom Velcro straps for optimum adjustment
|TSG DERBY GIRL KNEE PAD|
|Top Circum.||Bottom Circum|
Your New Skater Package also includes:
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)
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.
• Specially formulated EPS Fusion Foam
• Certified Multi-Impact (ASTM)
• Certified High Impact (CPSC)
• 5x More Protective Than Regular Skate Helmets
• Deep Fit Design
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.
Essential coverage for the minimalist
$5 Savings getting Skater Bag in your package.
If your budget allows you save $ getting Skater Bag in your package.
Heat Molding for Bont Boots
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.