Pre-Order - Mismatched Suede/Rhinestone Roller Skate Toe Caps (Any 2 Colorus)


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. Velvety suede toe caps embellished with silver rhinestone rivets. Durable metal hardware holding everything together - not sewn - no thread to unravel or bust apart after a gnarly wipeout. Each pair comes with 10 extra rivets/caps and instructions on how to replace.

SIZING: Small recommended for skate sizes 7 and smaller; Large recommended for skate sizes 8 and larger. *Moxi Jack boot: Large recommended for all sizes

(Note: the above sizing suggestion refers to SKATE sizes 7 and 8, NOT shoe sizes 7 and 8. If you do not know what size your skates are for sure, keep in mind that most skate boots use men's shoe sizing. The conversion is typically one full size or size and 1/2 smaller than your women's shoe size. Example: I wear a 6.5 or 7 in women's shoes and my roller skates are a size 5.)


Stones are rhinestone RIVETS, meaning they are attached from both sides (physically go all the way through the material), fastened with metal caps, then pressed on with an industrial grade leather press tool. 

This heavy-duty application makes it virtually impossible for a rivet itself to come out of the leather, even under the most extreme wear & tear conditions (including scraping stones directly on concrete, frequent heavy impact, collisions with other skaters/the wall/floor, etc). 

Note that it is a possibility for a stone to get knocked lose from its setting if there are flaws/defects in the rivet's initial manufacturing. To reduce the chances of this happening, I personally strike each toe guard back & forth against a hardwood surface several times before packaging them up - making sure any stones that want to fall out do so right then, and are replaced with better quality ones before shipping. Additionally, as mentioned above, spare rivets and replacement instructions are included with each set.


Details on rivet application: Each stone is attached as two pieces (stud and cap), joined from the front and back side of the material through individually punched holes. Cap is snapped onto end of stud, then tool-pressed - applying enough pressure to flatten stud end, causing it to expand larger than size of original hole. This permanently holds the rivet in place.

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