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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Another great one is The Little Mermaid: Dancing on heelies sneakers is such a great concept
It is swamped by a mountain of shoes, boots, ballet slippers, football studs and heelies (trainers with wheels attached).
As a lot of children will have been given bikes and heelies for Christmas, January is a key time to remind youngsters about the rules of the road.
While, right, James Brake from Hale wood made the going easy on his heelies Pictures: COLIN LANE: CL231207XMAS SHOPPERS
Probably my Heelies that I have got, they were off my mum and that was the first pair of shoes that I got for a Christmas present, so it was quite good.
Summer, who has a four-year-old sister Jaya and a 10-year-old brother Marley, has asked for Heelies - a pair of trainers with built-in wheels - as her birthday present.
when Brown's bus pulled out of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Encino and 11-year-old Isaiah Anderson rolled up and down the aisles in his heelies, trendy gym shoes with wheels in them.
I was going to buy my son a pair of heelies, you know the fashionable trainers of the day that have wheels at the base of the heel, currently modelled by Emile Heskey.
But instead of demands for Heelies or PlayStations, they've been asking the big fella for a local playground.
Heelies - training shoes with wheels in the soles - are the must-have accessory.