www.skates.com K2 Merlin kids Adjustable Inline Skate Boys. The boys adjustable inline skate. Softboot design. Great fit!
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In-line skates (often called Rollerblades after the popular trade name) are a type of roller skate used for inline skating. Unlike quad skates, which have two front and two rear wheels, inline skates have two, three, four or five wheels arranged in a single line. Some in-line skates, especially those for recreation, have a “stop” or “brake” which is used to slow down while skating; most have a heel stop rather than the toe stop, particularly indispensable for in-line figure skating. (source wikipedia) More Videos at DevotionBCN.com
Full review: www.timetoplaymag.com The Grow With Me 1,2,3 InLine Skates are for kids who are just learning how to skate. The skates adjust to fit kids’ shoe sizes 6—12 and have easy hook-and-loop straps. The skates are designed with three different settings to help kids learn to skate in three stages (hence “1,2,3″).
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Buying inline skates for kids is easy with adjustable inline skates from K2. The K2 Merlin for 2010 has an easy push-button adjustment that covers 4 sizes ! You don’t have to buy skates every six months when you have adjustable inline skates. Available @ www.inlinewarehouse.com
Question by : Is Inline skating Rollerblading good for Ice Hockey?
I haven’t Ice Skated in years, but recently got bitten by the Hockey bug again. I can’t get skates yet, or get into Fall league. But I hope to play by the late Winter sessions once I can get equipment.
Anyways, I do have rollerblades for hockey, will this help my legs/ankles get stronger, and be a good workout for Ice Skating training? It’s basically using the same muscles to push, and the balance is pretty similar? Or am I wrong? I’ve seen the Sedin twins train very intensely with inline skating in the off season.
I’m a very solid skater on roller blades, and was great on ice as a younger kid. Will I still fall on my face when I lace up Ice skates for the first time if I train on blades good, and long? Will my ankles be a bending?
Answer by TexHabsfan
Edges are different with in-lines but if you play roller hockey, it will help make the transition a little easier.
Though a street hockey puck or ball is lighter than an ice one, at least you’ll have practised the motions.
Rollerblading will help your cardio, but you could also get that from cycling.
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