New Products


Posted on September 13, 2018 by Faussi Lamiran

Get your hands on the new Powerslide models from the 'NEXT' tri-skate series! Prices range from $459-$599, NOW available at our retail store at Ang Mo Kio.

Come down and experience tri-skating !

Watch Powerslide Team member Sam Crofts testing the white NEXT Megacruiser 125 in Barcelona!



Lights for your skates and shoes

Posted on July 23, 2017 by Edmund Vong

High visibility lights that can be attached to your shoes or skates.

Includes one pair of lights (left and right), charging cord and travel bag. Developed by athletes for athletes, Night Runner 270° safely attaches to your shoes and lights the way from dusk till dawn.

The bi-lateral wing design of these lights for running at night allows you to safely see and be seen from dusk until dawn.

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KaZAM v2e Balance Bikes

Posted on June 29, 2017 by Edmund Vong

KaZAM bikes have a patented frame design with ergonomic footrest. It's got an easy step-in frame and is lighter in weight than most balance bikes in the market! This model offers maintenance-free puncture-resistant tires!

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New Urban Skates: Powerslide Khaan & Playlife Legion

Posted on September 18, 2016 by Edmund Vong

Powerslide khaan inline skates

As the line between freestyle skating, urban skating and fitness skating becomes more blurred, more options of urbanskate / freeskate are becoming available!

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New!: Rollerblade Twister Pro

Posted on July 08, 2016 by Edmund Vong

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Bont Red Magic Wheels dominate at World Inline Cup

Posted on June 17, 2016 by Edmund Vong

Bart Swings and Livio Wenger on Bont Red Magic Wheels at Rennes, France.

Bont Red Magic Wheels win big at the recent legs of the World Inline Cup in France.

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Cougar Inline-Skates Now Available at Skateline

Posted on June 08, 2016 by Edmund Vong

Cougar Inline-skates now available at Skateline in Singapore

While the rest of the world skate on Rollerblades, K2s, Powerslides and Sebas, have you ever wondered what skaters in the largest inline-skating country in the world skate on?

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