Published at Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Inline Skates. By Lou Johnston.
When you buy a new pair of skates, they should come with an owner's manual. Keep the manual for information on parts and specifics about your particular brand of inline skates.
Once you've decided to start inline skating, and you've purchased a good pair of inline skates you have to learn how to maintain and care for them. If you want your skates to take care of you, you have to take good care of your skates. You should get into the habit of cleaning them and keeping them safe so they will last a long time. Having a well cared for pair of skates will also help you in your performance.
You also need to consider the size of the wheel. They come in sizes from 44mm to 110mm. I would recommend a beginning child skater to keep the size 70mm or smaller. If you are into racing, you should pick a wheel 90mm to 100mm. If you just want to enjoy recreational skating, a size 72-76mm would work. Roller hockey or aggressive skaters sometimes pick a slightly smaller wheel, but many still want them about 70mm.
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