Wicked ABEC 5 Freespin 608 50-Pack BearingsEUR 44,95 EUR 39,95
Powerslide Spacer 8 mm 8-packEUR 9,95
Wicked Twincam ILQ9 Classic Bearings 608 16-PackEUR 48,95
K2 ILQ 7 Bearing 16-packEUR 42,95 EUR 29,95
Tempish 6mm Spacer Set 8-packEUR 8,95
Bones Reds Bearings 8-PackEUR 24,95
Bones Super Reds Bearings 8-packEUR 39,95
Wicked Adjustable Spacer 8-PackEUR 34,95
Powerslide Fothon Adapter 6 mm 4-packEUR 2,95
Supreme Abec 7 BearingEUR 2,45
Powerslide Spacer 6mm 8-PackEUR 9,95
Tempish Si3N4 Ceramic Bearings 16-PackEUR 199,95
Wicked ABEC 7 Freespin 608 50-Pack BearingsEUR 59,95 EUR 52,95
Powerslide Spacer 8 mmEUR 1,45
Wicked SUS Rustproof 608 Bearings 4-PackEUR 17,95
Wicked ABEC 5 Freespin 608 8-Pack BearingsEUR 11,95
Tempish Abec 7 Bearings 8-PackEUR 12,95
Wicked Twincam ILQ7 Bearings 608 12-PackEUR 36,95 EUR 32,95
Powerslide 8mm Alu Precision SpacerEUR 1,45
Bronson Ceramic Bearings 8-PackEUR 88,95
Wicked ABEC 5 Freespin 608 16-Pack BearingsEUR 26,95
Tempish Abec 9 Bearings 8-PackEUR 17,95
K2 ILQ 9 Classic Plus Bearings 16-packEUR 44,95 EUR 43,95
Powerslide Spacer 6mmEUR 1,45
Wicked ABEC 9 Freespin 608 16-Pack BearingsEUR 32,95 EUR 30,95
Bones Reds BearingEUR 2,95
Supreme Abec 9 BearingsEUR 2,45
Supreme Abec 5 BearingEUR 1,95
Tempish TRT Hi Speed Bearings 16-PackEUR 44,95 EUR 39,95
Wicked ABEC 9 Freespin 608 50-Pack BearingsEUR 76,95
Tempish 10.25mm Spacers 8-PackEUR 9,95
Tempish ILQ 7 Bearings 8-PackEUR 29,95
Wicked Swiss by Jesa Bearings 16-PackEUR 99,95 EUR 89,95
Tempish ILQ 9 TwinCam Bearings 8-PackEUR 27,95
What Are Freeskate Bearings?
Freeskate bearings can be found inside your wheels and are held in place by an axle. They are an essential component of your skating setup because they allow your skates to spin. The type of bearings for freeskates will make the difference in terms of speed and energy maximization.
Choosing the Right Freeskate Bearings
The right freeskate bearings you should choose depend on a range of factors - material, precision (ABEC rating), skating style and skill level.
In general, kids and beginner skaters use ABEC 3 or ABEC 5 rated bearings, while intermediate to advanced skaters prefer ABEC 7 or ABEC 9 freeskate bearings. If you are an advanced skater that likes to make a lot of jumps, shreds and perform dancing and slalom moves, you might prefer a set of freeskate ceramic or Swiss bearings.
Effectively maintaining your freeskate bearings is the secret in keeping them lasting long, especially if you are inline skating often. Have a look at our Bearing Cleaning and Lubrication guide to learn more about bearings maintenance.
Freeskate Spacers Are Small but Essential Components
Although they are one of the smallest parts of your skate setup, don’t underestimate the importance of freeskate spacers. Spacers for freeskates are found in between the bearings, and reduce some of the stress and friction placed on them.
The two decisions to make with spacers are the size and the material. The size is the most important aspect to decide on and you will be able to choose between 6 mm and 8 mm. However, remember that the size you need is determined by the specs of your existing skates, namely the axle diameter.
Material is a personal preference and you can usually choose between plastic or metal models, however, most skaters choose aluminum as it possesses the good combination of being both lightweight and durable.
For more information on the specifics of spacers, then check out our Spacers Guide which will walk you through the essentials.