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Which type of skates should I choose?

Your choice of skates depends on what you want to use them for. Get a great overview of the different types (fitness roller blades, roller skates, spe...

How to Clean and Lubricate Bearings

To ensure optimal performance for your bearings, it's a very good idea to clean and lubricate the bearings on a regular basis. This will preserve ...

Buying Bearings

Are you unsure which bearings you should get? In this guide, we'll explain the most important terms and facts about bearings. We'll also expla...

Wheel terms explained

Most wheels are made of polyurethane. All inline wheels have a standard width of 24 mm, making it easy to change your wheels. The characteristics of w...

Buying Fitness Skates

When looking for fitness inline skates, there are 3 things you need to have in mind: You should choose about one European or a half UK size bigger tha...

Buying Kid's Skates

There are two types of kid's skates to choose between - roller blades and roller skates. Many children's skates are size adjustable and have g...

Buying Roller Skates

Roller skates are made for fitness, normal skating or disco and dancing. This guide helps you choose the best roller skate suitable for your needs. Se...

New inline skates or new wheels?

If you have a pair of poor quality inline skates or the skates are worn out, then it probably is a better choice to buy a new pair of inline skates. I...

How to Change Inline Skate Wheels

The wheels are the part of the roller blades that are worn out most quickly. Changing the wheels will in most cases give your skates the feeling of be...

Buying Freeskates

Before buying freeskates, you should decide whether you want to do urban skating or slalom since the different floor types also require different whee...

Buying Roller Skis

There are different styles and models of roller skis, which gives you a variety of possibilities and to find the perfect setup for you. This guide wil...

Buying Speed Skates

Performance is of paramount importance when buying the right speed skates. This is why you should especially focus on the wheel size and the circumsta...

Buying Aggressive Inline Skates

Finding the best aggressive inline skates means going for a snug fit and choosing a frame that corresponds to your skating style. Read this guide to l...

How to Choose Inline Skates & Skates Size Chart

When out skating, you want to make sure that your inline skates fit comfortably. To ensure you have the best skating experience, here at SkatePro, we ...

Spacers - terms explained

Spacers are put in between the bearings in each wheel. Spacers are used in skates, scooters, waveboards and pretty much anything that rolls with beari...

Hockey stick size guide

Metric cm/kg Age Player Height Player weight Recommended Flex 7 - 13 130 - 155 30 - 50 30 - 55 11 - 14 150 - 165 45 - 55 45 - 65 11 - 14 155 - 175 50 ...

Buying roller derby skates

Preparing yourself for the "minimum skills" test? Or just in need of your first roller derby skates? Either way, you want to pay attention to size and...

Buying Frames for Aggressive Inline Skates

Frames can be replaced on most aggressive inline skates. Replace your frames in pairs when they are worn out due to grinds or if the corners of the wh...

How to Heat Mold Powerslide Boots

Thermo Forming of Boots SHMR-Technology SHMR is also known as Super Heat Moldable Resin. This new technology is used in modern race shoes. The shell c...

How to Install Roller Skate Bearings

This video will show you how to install bearings in roller skate wheels. All you need is a skate tool and then you are good to go: Start by removing t...

How to Mount Roller Skate Wheels

In this video, our resident skater Paulina is here to show you how to mount roller skate wheels! Start by removing the nut from the axle. If the nut i...

Speed Boots Fitting

Speed boots are smaller than inline fitness skates and have harder paddings. Also, the fit is closer to the foot. This increases the risk of ankle pai...

How to Mount the Brake on Roxa Comp

When buying Roxa Comp a brake pad is included and easily mounted. Necessary tools: 2 hex tools or skate-tool. The brake pad is mounted in the brake ho...

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