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Performance is of paramount importance when buying the right speed skates. This is why you should especially focus on the wheel size and the circumstances you plan to use your skates in as w...
No matter if you want skates for training, if you like inline speed skating or if you are an elite speed skater, speed skates are the right skates for you.
Choose the right speed skates
There is a wide range of speed skates. If you need skates that can roll fast, but not necessarily skates that can be used for speed skating, you can choose skates with ankle support and smaller wheels than the wheels for speed skates. Speed skates used for speed skating have very big wheels to optimise speed. The frame and wheels are stretched significantly longer than the boot. The boots have a closer fit and not much padding. Furthermore, the boots have very little ankle support to make them more flexible. This type is easy to recognise, as it looks more like a shoe than a boot.
Wheels for speed skates are made for high speed which makes them quite special. Besides the fact that the wheels are very big, they are also hard with a narrow profile to minimise road contact, and by that making the skate really fast.
What do I use my inline speed skates for?
When speed skating you can use either ice-skates or inline speed skates. When the sport is performed on ice-skates, it is called speed skating. When the sport is performed on inline skates, it's called inline speed skating or inline racing. Inline speed skating can take place either indoor or outdoor. Outdoor inline speed skating is a racing competition. However, if you just want to skate fast and push your own limits, inline speed skates are also suited for that purpose.
Besides inline speed skates, you can also find parts, such as boots, wheels, bearings and frames. All of them made for speed. We are only selling popular brands, such as K2, Rollerblade, Powerslide and Fila.