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The Marsblade Roller Frame The Marsblade Roller Frame is the first product that truly offers an ice-like feel without actually skating on ice. Practice your hockey skills whenever wherever you are – outdoor or indoor, on small or big surfaces, at the local rink, in your garage, outside your house or whatever spots you have available. The possibilities to train and improve are only limited by your imagination - street hockey, skating or stickhandling technique drills, interval training or long distance skating, your creativity sets the limit. Whether you want to raise your motivation, increase the quality of your training or enhance your roller hockey experience and performance; with the Marsblade Roller Frame you get the ice feel, train ice hockey specific muscles and movement patterns even when you are far away from the ice hockey rink.

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Recommended by world class hockey players and power skating coaches For more information visit marsblade.com


Flow Motion Technology The patented Flow Motion Technology is designed to enable a natural and smooth movement pattern, thereby improving performance and optimizing comfort while skating. The technology is based on a split chassis with a rounded upper chassis rocking against a flat bottom one. When the weight shifts forward or backward, the chassis follows the movement, giving the skater the best of both worlds: a longer stride and optimum maneuverability. A combination of these two key features enables higher speed, quicker turns and a smoother ride. The rocking motion can be adjusted and customized according to one’s skating level or preference.

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Mounting Instructions How to place the frame on the boot MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS MOUNTING MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS The boot should be aligned centered to the upper part How place chassis on the boot rubriktext) How How to toto place place chassis chassis on on the the boot boot ---(blå (blå rubriktext) rubriktext) How to place chassis on boot -boot rubriktext) How to place chassis on the boot -(blå (blå rubriktext) How to place chassis on the (blå rubriktext) How to chassis onthe the boot -(blå (blå rubriktext) How to place chassis on the boot -- (blå rubriktext) ofplace the frame. Do NOT center the boot according to the 1.1. Side view 1.Side Side Side view view 1.1. view Side view wheel base (see illustrations). 1. Side Side view 1. Side viewview 1. The boot should be aligned centered to the upper chassis. Do NOT center the boot according to the wheel base The The boot boot should should be be aligned aligned centered centered to the the upper upper chassis. chassis. Do Do NOT NOT center center the the boot boot according according to the the wheel wheel base base The boot should be aligned centered toto the upper chassis. Do NOT center the boot according toto the wheel base The boot should aligned centered the upper chassis. NOT center the boot according the wheel base The boot should be aligned centered to the upper chassis. Do NOT center the boot according to the wheel base The boot should bebe aligned centered toto the upper chassis. DoDo NOT center the boot according totothe wheel base The boot should be aligned centered to the upper chassis. Do NOT center the boot according to the wheel base (see illustrations) (see (see illustrations) illustrations) (see illustrations) (see illustrations) (see illustrations) (see(see illustrations) illustrations)

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Mounting Instructions

Mounting Instructions

How to place the frame on the boot

How to use the mounting washers

Left picture shows the rivet correctly mounted in the mounting washer.

Heel view Mount the frame so that the wheel is aligned centered to heel of the boot.

Toe view Mount the frame so that the wheel is aligned centered to the toe cap of the boot.

For easier installation with steel rivets, the mounting washers can be used when installing the heel portion of the frame, where space is limited. Drill the holes with a 15 degree angle, same angle as the washer.

Do not use the washers with copper rivets as this will make the removal of the frame more difficult.


Mounting Instructions How to install the components to the frame

Mount two bearings separated by a bearing spacer to each wheel. Fasten the wheels by tightening the male and female wheel axles to each other.

Place square wheel axles in square holes and round wheel axles in round holes.

2.5 mm hex key adjusts frame spacers.

5 mm ball hex key adjusts rocking motion to one’s skating level or preference.

4 mm hex key adjusts wheel axle bolts.

2 bearing pushers remove bearings from wheels.


Information Mounting Frame to Boot The Marsblade frames are designed to be mounted on ice- and roller hockey skate boots. Mounting should be done by a professional equipment manager or in a local pro shop or sporting goods store. Mounting the frame on a boot size outside our sizing recommendations may require additional holes to be made on the upper part of the frame. Use the supplied Marsblade multi tool to disassemble the frame. Once disassembled, holes can be made on the inside of the heel plate. If you have any questions regarding mounting, feel free to email us at: customerservice@marsblade.com

grease, oil and loose objects that can cause wheels to lose traction. The Marsblade frames should only be used with proper protective equipment which includes a helmet, hand/wrist protection, elbow pads, kneepads, and a reflective device.

Before Skating The Marsblade frames and protective gear should always be carefully checked before skating: • Check axle tightness and bearings by wiggling and spinning each wheel • Check if frames are properly mounted to skate boots

Safety Instructions

• Check your wheels, especially if worn out or newly replaced

It is very important to only use the Marsblade frames on a surface that is smooth and dry, and free of

• Check tightness of the center bolt that adjusts rocking motion

Maintenance Recommendations The Marsblade frames should be cleaned regularly to remove dust and dirt. Use the supplied Marsblade multi tool to disassemble the frames. Once disassembled, clean the frames accordingly. Wheels wear out, mostly on the inner side. The wheels should be rotated from time to time. Extremely worn out or damaged wheels should be replaced with new ones. In most cases bearings and spacers are still in good condition and can be used with the replacement wheels. Bearings and spacers should be cleaned regularly to remove dust and dirt. Use the bearing pusher on the Marsblade multi tool to remove them from the wheels. Once removed, clean the bearings and spac-

ers accordingly. Extremely worn out or damaged bearings and spacers should be replaced with new ones.

Warranty Marsblade frames are warranted for 12 months from the date of purchase. The warranty covers defects in material and workmanship. This warranty does not in any way limit the rights you have under mandatory law.

Country of Origin The Marsblade frames and its components originate from Sweden, China and Taiwan.

Marsblade Roller Frame Instruction folder  

Marsblade Roller Frame Instruction Folder 2016.

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