The ParkStar, Prodigy Skate Package = Style, Performance and Comfort all in a heat mouldable and supportive skate package.
This quad skate boot combines these three elements at an affordable price. The Bont ParkStar boot takes the best of Bont boot innovation and moulds it to produce a performance roller skate boot like no other.
Designed for Park Skating and Bowl Skating this boot also excels as a performance Recreational or Street Skate as well.
For the ParkStar boot, Bont maintains the high standard of quality throughout all production processes. Park Star boots are hand made using lasts that have been perfected for over 45 years. Bont have added an anti-stretch material to the Park Star boots, ensuring your boots will last a lot longer before stretching.
ParkStars are suitable for Indoor or Outdoor skating, these suede high ankle boots are ready for your next adventure!
This package comes with the Bont Prodigy plate and Bont's new Glide outdoor 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 mouldable: Fully heat mouldable base utilising epoxy thermoset resin
- Padding: Memory foam
- Size options: 1 -13
Wheel Specifications Current Stock
Hardness: Glide Outdoor 78a
- Size: 56mm x 31mm
Bont Heat Molding your Skates
The base of the boot is moldable which means all stiff areas of the boot can be molded in a standard oven. This is unlike most boots on the market which have uppers that are moldable. You do not need to mold your boots if they fit you straight out of the box. To mold your boots, remove the wheels and insole if it is removable. You can leave the frame on if you wish. Pre heat the oven to 85°C/185°F. Place the boot in the oven for 15-20 minutes. Higher temperatures will void your warranty and may damage your boot. Caution: Do not place your feet in the hot boots or you may burn your feet. Let them cool a little and test the boot temperature with your hand before placing your feet in them. Tighten the straps/laces/buckles and allow to cool. If you have any lumps or bunions on your feet or if there are any areas causing discomfort, while the boot is still warm you can use the round end of a blunt object to press out any part of the boot. You can heat mold the boots as many times as you like.