Antik Breeze MG2 Reactor Neo Aluminum Plate

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Antik MG2 Breeze Roller Skate with PowerDyne's 10-degree aluminum Reactor Neo plate. The Neo is strong, stable, and built to maximize the power transfer of your stride.

 Antik Breeze MG2 Roller Skate

Antik MG2 Boot Features: 

  • High cut leather uppers for added ankle support and secure fit
  • Redesigned fully enclosed, contoured padded leather tongue
  • All new ‘Ergo-Form’ last for a more anatomical fit, and to reduce toe pinch.
  • All new open toe design for better fit and comfort
  • Dri-lex interior lining
  • Standard fiber counters
  • All new lace loops at the back of heel for added fit and security
  • Redesigned achilles area
  • Integrated shock absorbing heel
  • Contoured heel cup for secure fit and reduced lift
  • Composite rubber outsole, stitched for durability
  • Standard fabric insoles
  • Available in whole and half sizes
  • US size 3-13


Powerdyne Reactor Neo Aluminum Plates:

  • Heat-treated lightweight extruded aircraft aluminum plate
  • 10 degree kingpin angle for enhanced STABILITY
  • Click action lock nuts for the kingpins
  • Steel rod reinforced pivot arms and durable done piece Delrin pivot cups
  • Solid 7075 aluminum kingpins
  • rounded front of truck for less scratching on the floor

Moto Deluxe Bearings




Gumball Toe Tops

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Heartless Wheels the only wheel brand that is 100% designed, focused, and dedicated to the agiliity minded skater. Heartless Wheels feature a true hollow core hub (cap and core) with a 35mm narrow profile tire, that allows a skater to turn, carve, jump, and cut with unbelievable ease. Heartless strictly focuses on those roller derby skaters who look to gain the most agility and maneuverability possible. Heartless Wheels are available in 4 different hardnesses for a variety of options to suit your style of skating and the surfaces you skate on. Heartless wheels have recently been updated -same quality urethane, same ultra strong hub, but new colors, new graphics and finally a 59mm version.

The "durometer" or "hardness" of the wheel is indicated by the number followed by an "A".
The "A" is the type of scale that is used to determine the hardness or softness of a wheel. 
The lower the number the softer the wheel, the higher the number, the harder the wheel.


  • Stalker 88A - 59mm x 35mm
  • Creeper 90A  - 59mm x 35mm
  • Chaser 92A - 59mm x 35mm
  • Breaker 94A - 59mm x 35mm      

Reckless Morph Wheel features a thoroughly tested and proved dual "stacked" urethane that delivers maximum speed, precise grip, and reliable stability. This innovative process allows the fusion of a performance speed compound for fast roll, with a softer compound at the edge of the wheel allowing for better edge control. The "stacked" technology gives you the best of both worlds without the hassle of constantly changing wheels. The structural integrity of the link core improves skating speed and response — an essential element in today’s derby and roller sports. By merging all the elements, the new morph is the most innovative and dynamically technical wheel in derby today. Better traction on straight-aways, reduces slippage on corners, while still allowing for controlled slide in plow stops.


  • Green Core: Orange 88a / Pink 84a
  • Pink Core: Yellow 91a / Orange 88a
  • Purple Core: Blue 93a / Orange 88a
  • Blue Core: Dark Yellow 95a / Yellow 91a
  • Yellow Core: Green 97a / Blue 93a

Reckless Envy Wheel gives you great grip and roll for all kinds of surfaces, from unpolished concrete to the slickest wood floors and dirty sport tiles. Use Reckless Envy as pushers or mix with the Reckless Evader or Ikon for extra traction. Reckless Envy are also a great alternative to standard outdoor wheels, providing excellent roll and grip on asphalt, cement, outdoor skate parks, and tennis courts

NEW Reckless Envy Wheels

  • 59mm tall x 38mm wide
  • 62 mm tall x 38 mm wide


Antik Heat Molding Instructions

Depending on how you want your boots to fit, there are a few options for heat molding the counters and toe box.

Molding Tips

After molding, the metal components of skate boots may be very HOT! Watch out for buckles, eyelets, and aglets! After heating and lacing up the boot, try not to move around too much. Ideally you want to be in a skating stance so that your foot is as close to the shape that it would be while skating. Moving around in the boot will not allow the boot to cool in a uniform manner. Finally, after initial cooling, allow the boot to stand for several hours (up to a day) before any rigorous skating!

 Option 1 (for specific "trouble spots"): Heat Gun or Hair Dryer

This option is for individual problem areas (toes, arch, outer foot), and lets you mold one section at a time. Keep the gun/dryer approximately 6-8 inches away from the boot, moving in a small circular pattern so as not to over heat one spot. This should take about 3 minutes with a heat gun and 6-7 with a hair dryer. Once the material is pliable, use your hands to massage & push out the problem spot, and hold until cool (blunt end of screwdriver can be used to push out particularly tight spots). This process can be repeated as many times as needed.

Option 2 (for general fit): Skate Bake or Kitchen Oven

This option allows you to mold all three spots at once. Mold only one boot at a time! First, pre-heat oven to ~175 degrees; do NOT exceed 200 degrees! Remove insole, laces, toe stop, wheels, and bearings (cushions can be left on). Place boot/skate in oven on rack or cookie sheet for 3 minutes. Remove boot (it will be HOT!). Insert insole, place foot in boot and lace up (wearing socks you wear while skating). Stand up in boots, in skating stance, and wait until cool. This process can be repeated as many times as needed.



AR1 and MG2: Antik suggest going down 2 whole sizes from your Riedell size but it has been found most people are half a size down from their Riedell size. The chart below has been made with the ‘half a size lower than Riedell’ in mind.   If you prefer a bit of extra room, add a little extra to the measurement. My feet measure 25.4 cm and I fit the size 7.5 and an 8 in Riedell boots.

To determine your length - In a standing position and on a flat surface place your heel against a wall and take a ruler or tape measure and lay it next to your foot. Measure from your longest toe to your heel. It is best to do this measurement with both feet in case one foot may be slightly longer than the other.

All Antik boots are made on a D/B last which means a D width ball and a B width heel.

    Boot size


3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8

Interior Length (cm)


22.5 23.2 23.5 23.8 24.1 24.6 25.1 25.4 25.9 26.3

Boot size

8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 11.5 12 12.5 13 13.5

Interior Length (cm)

26.7 27.1 27.6 28 28.4 28.9 29.2 29.7 30.2 30.7 31

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  • 5
    im in love!

    Posted by Amy Berglund on 7th Sep 2017

    These are my first REAL skates after my freshmeat package. Huge difference. They are so comfortable and lighter than my last skates. Better maneuvering. Lots of toe space without feeling crapped or floppy. Real leather... comfortable and not hard to break in. Thank you Bad Girlfriend Skates! I will never take my business anywhere else. You all helped me so much!!

  • 5
    Love these skates!

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Aug 2016

    I have a wide foot and found other skate boots to leave my feet aching because there not wide enough. I love that I can heat mold them to fit me even better. The higher ankle is comfortable. I am just loving these.

  • 5
    Skate on sunshine

    Posted by Thumpin ma' Deuce on 14th Sep 2015

    These are more comfortable then any pair of shoes I own. I have high arches and had a lot of heel slip in my other skates, these support every part of my foot and ankle with enough flexibility to bend at the ankle. The plates and trucks make tight curves a dream.