The 7 Best Heel Wheels
This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in July of 2018. Very few things get kids up and moving faster than an exciting new way to cruise the streets. Heel wheels allow pre-teens, teens, and those who are simply young at heart to enjoy all the fun of rollerblading without having to take off their regular shoes. Just remember to heed all the weight restrictions and be sure to always wear the appropriate safety gear, including a helmet and pads. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
November 22, 2019:
Removed the PlayWheels Skates due to complaints that they seem unstable and flimsy. Replaced the older model of the Yvolution Neon with the new version, which has a different aesthetic design and allows riders to switch from rolling to walking without taking the wheels off. Also added the Ferrari Kids, which have a unique look and are licensed by the luxury car brand.
Like rollerblading, skateboarding, or any activity on wheels, riding these can be dangerous, especially at first. If you're buying them for a child, make sure that they're within the recommended age and weight range, and that they have a decent sense of balance. Riders of any age should also make sure they're wearing the proper equipment, like a helmet and elbow and knee pads.