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Siren Skates


Price: $899.00

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Performance meets customization in the Riedell Siren roller derby skate. Our made-to-order Model 1065 boot features the performance of our integrated Heel Lock System (HLS) and our exclusive Chinook full-grain leather lining – and is customizable in your combination of our colored exterior materials from Riedell ColorLab™ at no extra charge. PowerDyne Reactor Pro Series plates made from extruded aircraft-grade aluminum are matched with the 1065 along with our to- of-the-line KwiK Ceramic bearings and high-performance Radar Presto 59 wheels that offer outstanding roll and grip.

Pick your own colors with Riedell's ColorLab™! The 1065 boot is made to order, and will be built to your personalized color selection for no additional charge. Please allow 4–6 weeks for production and shipping.

Riedell Siren Skates Feature:

  • Boot: Model 1065 ColorLab™
    • This is a made-to-order boot. Use Riedell ColorLab™ to choose your own color combination at no additional cost.
  • Plate: PowerDyne Reactor Pro Series Aluminum
  • Wheels: Radar Presto 59mm Highlighter Red-Orange 93A
  • Bearings: KwiK Ceramic
  • Toe Stop: PowerDyne Jupiter
  • Sizes: 4–13 Full and Half sizes; B/AA (Delta) and D/B (Gamma) Widths


Item Number: Siren

Product Reviews

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Long Adjustment Period, but Worth It
Skylar Lenox (Van Nuys, CA) 4/7/2011 9:10 PM
So I like my Sirens. I thought I would LOVE them. They are a huge improvement from my Carerras. At first I HATED them. I was depressed that I made a huge mistake. Apparently a lot of other people were too. IT GETS BETTER. Once you get used to them, you won't think you made a big mistake. Promise. I never thought I had small heels -- still pretty sure I don't, regardless my heels were slipping all over the place until I got lift inserts and got them heat molded. The plate is great, but it took me a couple hours in them to get used to how short it is. Now I'm digging it. I switched out the toestop with Gumballs. Oh man, I think those are my favorite part of the skate. Overall, I dig my skates. I kind of wish I got Antiks, but that's neither here nor there.