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    In-line skates

    Hello everyone!

    Do "roller-blades" and "in-line skates" mean the same?

    Thank you

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    Re: In-line skates

    Yes.

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    Re: In-line skates

    Absolutely? There is no any difference?

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    Re: In-line skates

    No difference. One is a trademarked name, that's all.

    http://www.rollerblade.com/about/index_trade.php?m=3

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    Thumbs up Re: In-line skates

    Thank you A LOT! Now I got it completely!

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