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PowerDyne Triton Quad Skate Plates


PowerDyne Plates

PowerDyne Triton quad speed skate plates are built for intermediate to advanced skaters with a diecast aluminum wide foot plate design.

Features
  • High pressure diecast aluminum plate with right/left plates.
  • The Triton plate has an offset toe stop and polished aluminum trucks.
  • It accepts an adjustable toe stop or jam plug.
  • built for intermediate to advanced skaters
  • diecast aluminum wide foot plate design.
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(20 Ratings, 7 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Great Plate!!
Amber (Michigan ) 9/6/2016 11:38 AM
Love the plate. I has to change the cushions because you stock ones are VERY hard. I like a lot of play in my trucks. I changed then with mediums. Other than needing to change the cushions they have been GREAT!
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Bad Bad Bad!
Mark (Connecticut) 10/25/2011 3:05 PM
So I have had these for about 5 months. I weigh about 190lbs and skate rather aggressive for a derby player! In that time I have snapped 3 trucks and one of the plates itself in half. My teammate who is 15-20lbs heavier then me but not a very aggressive skaters has also broken 3 trucks. These are just plain bad!! Stay away!
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My team keeps breaking these plates!
Notorious V.A.G. (Buffalo QCRG rollergirls) 1/5/2011 3:22 PM
I have skated on the tritons for 3 seasons. They worked well when I was not as good on my feet. These plates are heavy and my toe stops would always come loose. Often, my feet would feel clumsy and heavy when trying to do quick foot work or lateral movements. Four girls on my team managed to break their tritons. Three in one week! I am upgrading to revenge plates. I will be retiring my tritons to possibly my outdoor skates or maybe turn them into a sculpture.
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toe stop problems triton plate
Skatebull53 (Saginaw, MI) 11/3/2010 9:24 AM
Perhaps I'm missing something, but on plates with 5/8 in. stops without locking bolts, one should secure the stop with a nut torqued against the plate snuggly. Check with Powerdyne on this; my plates have been fine over 5+ years of SERIOUS dance/rhythm skating, no problems!
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Not a good plate
Jane (Tennessee) 6/17/2010 8:32 AM
Everyone I know who has had this plate is not happy with it. It is very heavy and has well known toe stop issues. I have seen more than one break during practice.
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