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Everything to Know Before buy discount Roller Skate
Everything to Know Before buy discount Roller Skate

2022-8-9

A well-designed pair of skates is very important in roller skating. According to the structure, roller skates can be divided into two categories: double-row skates and single-row skates, and there are many internal classifications of single-row skates, so we will focus on the classification of single-row skates. Grip roller skates The term "figure skating" refers to various difficult jumps, spins and strides on special venues, also known as international figure skating. Casual Skates In terms of leisure, it is generally used for street painting or leisure. It has wheels of the same size and is equipped with a brake on the right heel, emphasizing comfort. roller skating structure Roller skates are composed of wheels, bearings, knife holders, linings, rod buckles, energy bands and other parts. The last parts of it are the shoe body, knife holder, wheels and bearings.     shoe body The hard shell roller skates are compact in design and sturdy materials to ensure long-term use without deformation. Soft shell skates are made of thick material that fits the foot shape and looks sturdy and not easily deformed. Hard shell shoes generally use two kinds of casting molding and split assembly. blade holder High-strength material, firm connection...
Inline Skates Protector Made in China
Inline Skates Protector Made in China

2022-7-12

What protection do I need for my roller skates? Knee pads, elbow pads, wrist pads and helmet are standard. Use this must-have Inline Skates Protector Falling is part of roller skating, and you should definitely learn how to fall safely on roller skating. However, it can take a while to internalize the best way to fall, so why not protect yourself at the same time? If you're new to skating (or coming back years later), you'll definitely want to wear the Inline Skates Protector as you get the hang of it. Many skaters ditch some or all of the safety gear inside the rink once they feel more comfortable on the rink, but it's perfectly fine to continue wearing it. Ice rink floors are hard after all! But when skating outdoors, you should always be prepared before you set off. Skating outdoors not only exposes you to rough, cracked, and other unpredictable surfaces, but also brings additional risks to traffic, other pedestrians, hills, and more.