About Roller Hockey skate suppliers
How to choose roller skates
1. The shoe body
The outer shell of roller skates can prevent external impact and has the function of protecting the feet. Generally, the shoe body with shoe buckle is more convenient to wear; the side of the shoelace will be more close to the foot, but it is more troublesome to put on and take off. Generally, the better single-row roller skates are designed with straps and a buckle. General single-row roller skates have an inner boot, which can buffer the friction between the foot and the shoe shell to protect the foot and make the skin less prone to scratches and blisters. A good shoe body should be strong enough and sponge enough Thick and dense enough.
2. Shoe rack
The chassis is a structure connecting the wheels and the shoe shell. The toughness of the chassis system is a major factor determining the life of the skates. There are usually different types of chassis designs, some thicker and thinner. The chassis is generally equipped with four wheels, but there are also small chassis equipped with three wheels, and speed shoes that can be equipped with five wheels.
The aluminum alloy chassis is better, because the aluminum alloy chassis is harder and not easy to deform, but the price is more expensive.
Wheels must be highly elastic, never plastic wheels. The coach said that it is best to choose polyester material, that is, rubber wheels, which are suitable for various venues and conditions. Rubber wheels are soft and elastic, while plastic wheels are hard. You can try tapping on the ground to hear the sound. You will find that the sound of plastic wheels is much sharper. Some roller skates come with a hex key to tighten the wheels.
In addition to paying attention to the various sub-quality of shoes, but also pay attention to the size of the foot. It is recommended to buy the size you usually wear, and be sure to wear it yourself. It must not be too big, as long as it doesn’t feel too tight, it’s fine. Generally, when the shoelaces are fastened and the calf is perpendicular to the ground, the distance between the front end of the foot and the inner sleeve of the shoe is half the thumb (hand).