Published at Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Inline Skates. By Yesenia Newton.
However, if your rollerblades have become comfortable over time and you cannot face adjusting to a different pair, there are specialists who deal in replacing your inline skate wheels. Inline wheels come in different sizes and you should determine what you expect your best rollerblade wheel to do: do you need speed because you want to race your rollerblades in competition with others or do you want to join an inline hockey team?
Buying your replacement rollerblade wheels from a specialist may seem more expensive at first, than buying a second hand set from somebody who's no longer interested in using their rollerblades, but using a specialist will pay off in the long run. You will not only save money by buying the most appropriate inline wheels for your needs, you will also buy a set of rollerblade wheels catering for the future.
The wheel is the most important part of any inline skate. There are a few questions you need to answer before you select the wheels. Where will you be doing your inline skating? If it is inside, you might like a harder wheel. How will you use your skates? Is it for recreation, roller hockey, racing? This will help determine the hardness as well as the size of the wheel. Also, you need to know that you can easily change the wheels of your skate. It takes just a few minutes.
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