Description du produit
- Roller Derby (all levels)
- Recreational roller skating
- Indoor and outdoor use
- Skaters who like a larger toe stop surface and don't want the extra weight
- Skaters who use their toe stops A LOT
- Jammers (but also blockers) who drive walls forward on power using their toe stops
Not recommended for:
- Skaters who are not fond of bigger toe stops
- Plates that have European threading (like Roll*Line)
The hollow stem and bell shape allow the Jupiter to have a large 54mm footprint and still be one of the lightest around. The size is perfect for stability and pushing off of your toe stops for driving, sudden direction changes and what not. The natural non-marking rubber is grippy and remarkably durable.
Signature dimples (holes) in the flat surface give you 'bite' for fast starts and quick stops.
The stem is also colored (anodized) in black - you'll recognize this toe stop immediately.
! The molded safety line indicates when the rubber is worn down to the stem. You'll know fairly in time when to change your toe stops. This isn't just practical, it is also safe for you and the surface you're skating on. No more crazy slip when the rubber is completely worn down, no more damaging a floor when the stem starts sticking out.
-- This is one of our favorites! --
By Nina 17 / Jul / 2020
amazing toe stops! I bought these pretty early on in my derby career and i dare say they made learning everything so much easier (and they made me a ballerina on skates... i hop around on them more than i should haha) nice and grippy, nice and big so when you stand or do a toe stop start you have more than enough balance.
By Lina Savat 18 / Apr / 2020
I love a bigger toe stop and jupiter fits that need. They give me the right amount of stopping power when blocking and are perfect for tip toeing on the line as a jammer. They leave no marks on the floor which is a very important matter for the venue people. I skate approximately 7 hours a week and they last me over a year of skating.
By Mache 20 / Nov / 2019
Tampons trop bas au départ, impossible de les monter plus sur la platine. Pas très pratique au début, après ils s'usent vite et c'est très agréable de se déplacer dessus. C'est mieux une fois qu'on les a usés