Post by Dragonslovedolls on Oct 19, 2008 15:19:54 GMT -5
Found another one
I have the helmet and the T shirt and shorts as well but it was too cold for shorts the day Jasmin and Georgia came skating with me and Georgia refused to wear the helmet.
I love this set. The skates look alot like the ones that were available here when inline skates first came out and the wrist guards and kneepads are great. There may have been elbowpads too... will have to check my set.
Post by Dragonslovedolls on Oct 20, 2008 1:03:29 GMT -5
Here you go Anastasia took a break from being Little Red Riding Hood so that I could take these:
One thing I would mention is that the skate buckles, being plastic, may not hold up to alot of play. I don't know if you can see the stressed blue part (looks a bit paler in the pic). It might be worth asking your seller about the buckles and how much play the set you're bidding on has seen.
I think the wristguards and kneepads are awesome, even though the wristguards could have come completely around (if I were being really picky). No elbow pads. Either the set didn't come with them or they are missing from mine. I think the outfit is cute too and would be very comfy to skate in!
Here you go One thing I would mention is that the skate buckles, being plastic, may not hold up to alot of play. I don't know if you can see the stressed blue part (looks a bit paler in the pic). It might be worth asking your seller about the buckles and how much play the set you're bidding on has seen.
There are ratchets on them just like real in-lines, and yours must be ratcheted closed too tightly. Loosen them up a bit and then they shouldn't be so stressed like that.
My set also didn't come with elbow pads either, fwiw, though I admitt that I sometimes put the knee pads on the elbows, and not the knees, because I'm more inclined to fall backwards on my bum (risking hitting my elbows) than I am falling forward on my face and risk hitting my knees.
Post by savannahjane on Oct 26, 2013 16:54:06 GMT -5
As I am getting things ready to sell I found that there appear to be two kinds of kneepads! All this time I thought they were elbow & knee pads, but Meg's Guide says they only came with knee pads. Here are the front and back views:
I really like this outfit as it comes with so many pieces. My dolls often use the shirt as a sleeping shirt because its so long. I have a few problems with it though. First, make sure you put socks on your doll because my Molly's feet were stained purple by the skates. The helmet seems to make my dolls top heavy and they are prone to falling down a lot at least without a stand. Other than that I think it's great.