The ParkStar Roller Skate Park Package combines Style, Performance, and Comfort all in one package at an affordable price.
The Bont ParkStar Roller Skate Park package takes the best of Bont innovation and turns it into a roller skate designed for Park Skating, Bowl Skating, Recreational Skating, and Street Skating.
With decades of manufacturing experience, the Bont ParkStar boot maintains our high standard of quality from start to finish. For example, did you know, our boots are made by hand using lasts that have been perfected since 1975? Additionally, we add anti-stretch material to our skate boots, ensuring your roller skate boots last longer. We even go the extra step to design our boots with an Anatomical Forefoot and Heel Shape to provide you with the best stability and comfort. Suitable for Indoor or Outdoor skating, these suede high ankle boots are ready for your next adventure!
This package comes mounted with the Prodigy plate and Glide wheels.
- Base: Fiberglass
- Outer skin: Suede
- Liner: Suede-L
- Heel rise: 23mm internal hand formed
- Boot height: High ankle for added support
- Boot thickness: 1.4mm
- Heat moldable: Fully heat moldable base utilizing epoxy thermoset resin
- Padding: Memory foam
- Size options: 1 -13
- Width: Cannot make in narrow or wide but the width is a bit wider than our standard width
Compatible Slide Blocks
- Any block that fits plates with a 20-degree kingpin will work with either of these plates
The Bont Prodigy roller skate plate offers a lightweight and affordable great for beginners and recreational skaters. The base is a nylon and fiberglass composite with 20-degree action aluminum trucks and adjustable Allen screw toe stops. The plate works perfectly for indoor and outdoor skating as well as rink skating and roller derby. This roller skate plate has been tested by Bont’s roller derby team to ensure it can withstand the toughest roller derby bouts. This roller skate plate is designed by Bont in Sydney, Australia. This plate is also for fresh meat roller derby skaters. The wheels are locked in place with nuts on 8mm axles.
- FeaturesAction: 20-degree truck angle
- Base material: Nylon and fiberglass composite
- Cushion hardness: 88A standard urethane cushions
- Kingpin: Steel
- Kingpin Locknut: 9/16″ socket for adjusting
- Trucks: Aluminum
- Axles: 8mm
- Toe stop: Adjustable allen screw, 4mm allen wrench for adjusting
- Sizes: 4.5” 5.0” 5.5” 6.0” 6.5” 7.0” 7.5” 8.0”
*You will need to order mounting hardware if you are ordering the plate only.
*Only compatible with Discotrux
- Colors: Multi-Color and White/Purple
- Hardness: 78A
- Dimension: 56mm x 32mm
- Surfaces: Asphalt, Sidewalk, Boardwalk
The Bont ABEC 7 skate bearing has been extensively tested on elite roller derby skaters. When you are skating on your skate bearings, especially in plastic hub wheels, bearings can warp which slows them down. Thankfully, the Bont ABEC7 roller skate bearing is made from high-strength steel which minimizes this effect and keeps the shape of the bearing as round as possible which decreases rolling resistance at high speeds.
The double shields assist in keeping the dust and dirt out of the bearing. With exceptionally low rolling resistance and pre-lubricated with a light racing oil, you are competition-ready straight out of the box!
- Bearing Type: 608 8mm
- Dimension: 8mm core, 22 outer diameter, 7mm width
- Protection: ZZ
- Cage: SPCC 08F
- Quality: Bearing steel GCr15
- Ball complement: 7 pieces
- Ball Material: Steel
Pack of 16 pieces.
Are you looking to buy the best roller skate bearings on the market? The Bont ABEC 7 bearing has tighter tolerances than the ABEC 5 bearing making it a slightly faster skate bearing. Making a bearing faster includes a number of factors including the material it is made from, the tolerance between the ball and outer race, how round the balls are, and the lubricant used. As these roller skate bearings were designed specifically for skating, we have taken all of these factors into consideration when designing our ABEC 7 roller skate bearing.
Is it better to have more or fewer balls in a skate bearing? We have found no difference in our testing. More balls spread the load but also cause more rolling resistance from having more balls. Having 7 or 9 balls does not seem to make any impact on the speed you can achieve while skating on the bearings.