On orders over £40

Free UK Delivery

Free UK delivery for orders over £40.

Items are delivered Monday - Saturday.

Next day Items are delivered Monday - Friday.

*UK Next Day Service Only assuming that the courier service is not experiencing any delays.

**Exceptions include locations outside mainland UK.

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Beating Competitor Prices

price match promise

Price Match Promise

We’re passionate about offering our customers the best possible price on any product. We try to be as competitive as possible but, if you do manage to find a product for less somewhere else, we’ll always try to match the price!

How to achieve a price match

Please read our terms and conditions below before contacting our sales team on 01794 830005. You’ll need the competitors website address available so our sales team can verify the match and process your order over the phone.

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With Every Order

Free Stickers With Every Order*

Free Stickers

All Scooter related orders will receive the “Free Scooter Stickers Sheet” with 36 brand stickers on them. All Skates related orders will recieved x2 Large “I HEART Skates” Stickers.

Use code SAVE10 to save £10 on an item* over £100

*Get £10 off the first item in your basket that is over £100.

Easy 30 Day Returns

We provide a simply returns form with all orders, if you’re not happy after receiving the item within the first 30 days, you’re able to return it for a refund. This does not cover product warranty periods.

Kids Inline Skates - Buying Guides

Kids' Inline Skates

Inline skating is great exercise for kids and a lot of fun, too. If you're planning on skating outside, inline skates are generally a better choice than quad skates and can be significantly faster.

Which Size Should I Buy?

Generally, the skates on our site will be true to size,ᅠunless the product description stipulates otherwise. If in doubt, measure your child's foot and have a look on Google to see if that particularly manufacturer has a size chart (most do).

You can also purchase skates with adjustable sizing, which will cover 2-3 sizes. This is a great idea if your kid is planning on having a growth spurt anytime soon.

Soft or Hardboot?

Soft boots are usually a bit more comfy than hardboots, but they're easily scuffed. A hardboot is far more durable for first-timers who will no doubt fall over a lot.


Brakes should be used with caution when skating. Generally a T-stop is advised, as opposed to dragging a brake along the floor - It can just be a bit dangerous at times. If you do buy a skate with brakes, don't be shocked that there's only one. Using two brakes to stop classes under "very dangerous" and you'd therefore be hard-pressed to find a skate with that kind of configuration.ᅠ