Heelys


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Hee·lys

 (hē′lēz′)
A trademark for shoes that have a retractable wheel that is set in the heel.

Heelys

(ˈhiːlɪz)
pl n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a brand of training shoes with wheels fitted in the heel to allow them to be used like in-line skates
2. (Individual Sports, other than specified) a brand of training shoes with wheels fitted in the heel to allow them to be used like in-line skates
ˈheeler n ˈheeling n
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Driving the most growth within the lifestyle vertical was Heelys, the skate brand that Sequential acquired and licensed globally to BBC International in 2012.
in merger of Heelys into a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sequential.
25 January 2013 a[euro]" US consumer brand owner Sequential Brands Group Inc (PINK:SQBG) said today it had wrapped up its acquisition of skate shoes maker Heelys Inc (NASDAQ:HLYS) for USD63m (EUR46.
Heelys are a gift that doubles your fun because it's two products in one.
YOU were no-one in the Noughties if you didn't have a pair of Heelys.
The Nano inline footboard, a compact, portable skateboard, builds off the core technology of the removable wheel concept of Heelys shoes.
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Heelys, Mear says, are the perfect vehicle for dancers who need to move as freely as mermaids and mermen cutting through the surf while also executing dance steps on a standard stage floor.
ABOUT pounds 2million worth of fake Heelys have been seized by Customs as crooks try to cash in on the Christmas market.
CROOKS are flooding Britain with fake Heelys - and using the cash to fund drug deals and gun-running.
The Playbox Theatre cast are putting on Heelys - shoes with wheels - for a special speed sequence in the musical at the Dream Factory in Shelley Avenue, Warwick.
Paula Elliot noticed the popularity of Heelys, boots with wheels in the heels, and started selling them from a market barrow in Dalton Park near Sunderland in October.