Bont Park Star - Multiple colors
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 with the Tracer Derby plate and are labeled with the wheels it comes with when you select your size and color. Skates come with Park, Street, Glide, Bpm or Glow Wheels. If you would like a different Bont wheel with your skate please contact us.
BPM Wheels: 78a
Glide Wheels: 78a
Glow Wheels: 83a
Park Wheels: 99a
Street Flow: 89aBoot Features
- 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
Compatible Slide Blocks
- Any block that fits plates with a 20-degree kingpin will work with either of these plates
*Please refer to the size charts! Skate boots are not always the same size as your street shoes. Measuring your foot and comparing to the size guide is the only way to know what size will fit you. Keep in mind that your skates should fit snuggly. It's really important that when you measure your foot you back your foot up against a wall and draw a half circle around the top of your foot. Then use a tape measure to measure the longest part of your foot. Millimeters off makes a huge difference so don't be afraid to measure twice! When in doubt go up in size rather than down!