On Thursday, the company that invented the first roller skate in 1981 announced a new product called Sure Grip, a roller skate that promises to replace the traditional skate.
The new skate will be a $70 accessory and is a bit more affordable than the $50 roller skated version of the skate.
The new skate is basically a skateboard with a roller skating handle.
It is also equipped with a magnetic ball, which is attached to the handle with magnets.
It works by spinning on the magnetic ball and can be controlled with a small device that comes with the skateboard.
The skate can be ridden for about 20 minutes without touching the ball, and it can be used with the same magnets attached to its handle as the traditional roller skate.
The company behind the skate, Sure Grip Inc., is a spinoff of the Swedish skate company Rolleiflex, which has a similar product called the Wrist Skate.
The company says that its new skate “features a sleek, ergonomic, and easy to use design” that is designed to be used by families and groups who are already accustomed to using roller skaters.
It is currently only available in the US, but the company hopes to roll out the product worldwide.
It will have its debut in Europe later this year.
For now, you can get a closer look at the new skate in the video above.