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How to Heely

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Step 1!

Start on a smooth, flat surface with your feet shoulder width apart.

Step 2!

Take a step and push with your back foot. Lift the toes of your front foot so only the wheel is touching the floor.

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Step 3!

Now do the same with your back foot - you should be smooth rolling along the floor!

Step 4!

To stop, lift your toes of both feet up so your heels are touching the floor.

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Make sure you keep one foot in front of the other - usually your dominant foot will be in front. If you need help - ask someone to pull you along until you get the hang of it.

Caution! Heelys Skates can be dangerous!

Use good judgement and Heely/skate under control. It is highly recommended to wear a helmet, wrist guards, knee pads and elbow pads when using Heelys Skate Shoes. Be sure to avoid cracks and skate only on smooth, stable dry surfaces. Do not skate over rocks, sand or water.

Why Walk?

Heelys are the original two-in-one shoe! With removable wheels, you can roll or walk, the choice is yours...

So put some wheels in your sole and get Heelying!

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Two Wheel:

The two wheeled shoes add that little bit of extra stability, making them perfect for beginners. Once you've mastered the art of Heelying, just remove the front wheel, and you're READY TO GO!

One Wheel:

If you're a bit of a Heely pro, the one wheel is the shoe for you. With a bit more manoeuvrability, you'll be able to pull off some cool moves.

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Get ready to Heely!

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  • Use your Heely tool to pop out the sole saver.
  • Set or align the wheel into the bracket as well as you can.
  • Make a fist and hit the wheel with the bottom of your fist to fully set the axles into the bracket.
  • Visually inspect the wheels and axles to make sure they are properly seated straight in the bracket so that the wheel spins freely; stomp down on each wheel to make sure they are locked and securely in place.