Inhaler NLS6 RH Skates (SR)

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The Inhaler NLS series is Mission’s new line built for the next generation of roller hockey players. The Inhaler lineup has always been about providing roller skates that maximize comfort, fit, and airflow. The NLS: 6 is perfect for beginning players just starting out in roller hockey looking for a good anatomical fit and a skate meant to keep the feet cool during play.

The NLS: 6 is built off of an injected molded boot having properties that provide good support within a relatively lightweight quarter package. This skate was designed to have an anatomical fit, and uses a molded boot design to give a close all around fit to the foot.

What really makes the Inhaler series stand out is going to be features that help justify its name, its breathability and airflow. Playing roller hockey indoors or outdoors is hot and the Inhaler NLS: 6 features plenty of vents in the toe box. These can be found on both sides and the top to provide maximum airflow while skating. It’s with this innovation the NSL: 6 is uniquely a roller hockey specific skate.

The boot sits atop a lightweight, injected TPR outsole with the HI-LO Chassis mounted to it. This chassis is engineered for balance and agility using two 76mm wheels in the front and two 80mm wheels in the back. The idea behind HI-LO is that big wheels go in the back for more speed, while the smaller wheels in the front are for more control. The wheels the NLS: 6 features are HI-LO Street wheels, a great wheel meant for outdoor hockey. These come complete with ABEC 5 bearings in the standard 608 size.

Quarter Package: Injected Molded Boot
Lining: Felt liner
Heel Support: Anatomical Heel
Tongue: White felt
Footbed: Comfort EVA
Outsole: Injected TPR
Thermoformable: No
Wheels: HI-LO Street/HI-LO 608 ABEC 5 bearings
Chassis: HI-LO 76/80mm
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