November 9, 2010
- Rollerblade USA Recalls to Repair Inline Skates Due to Risk of Injury
This recall involves the following models of inline skates purchased since September 2009.
March 11, 2009
- Ice Skates Recalled by Pronto Sports Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
The recalled youth adjustable boys ice skates are black with lime green and silver accents. “Glide” is printed on a rubber tag on the side of the skates. “DBX” and the DBX logo are located on the ice skate’s ankle powerstrap, tongue, and heel.
April 5, 2006
- LandRoller Inc. Recalls to Repair Roller Skates
LandRoller skates have two oversized wheels on each skate that are angled inward, which is designed to help the user keep balanced on cracked pavement and uneven surfaces. The recalled LandRoller brand skates are the "Terra 9" model manufactured between July 2005 and December 2005. The date of manufacture can be determined from the serial number, which is written on a white sticker attached to the upper inside of the right boot's plastic ankle cuff. Serial numbers beginning with "L050" are included in the recall. The brand name is on the skate's tongue and model is on the skate's rear heel area. Women's skates are purple and gray and sold in sizes 6 through 11. Men's skates are blue and black and sold in sizes 5 through 12.
August 7, 2002
- Speed Skates Recalled by National Sporting Goods
January 24, 2000
- CPSC, K2 Corp. Announce Recall of In-Line Skates
August 4, 1994
- Atomic Ski Usa, Inc. Recalls Certain Inline Rollerskates