Why it's important to rotate your skate wheels and how often should they be rotated?|
Rotating your wheels regularly will make them last longer, because they will wear more evenly. Skate wheels usually wear out faster on one edge than the other, and most people wear down some of their
What is some protective equipment that I should wear?|
One of the most common injuries that occur with skaters is a wrist injury. Almost every wrist injury that occurs can be prevented by simply wearing a pair of wrist guards. Wrist guards are available i
How to Heat Mold your Vanilla Speed Inline Skates.|
All Vanilla Speed boots are easily molded for increased comfort and performance. We have specifically designed our speed inline boots to fit tight rather than loose, as it is much easier to make a boo
Why do my wheels have holes in them?|
Top end wheels for jam skating, inline speed skating or track skating are made from a material called POLY BD. This specific material has exceptional grip while providing excellent rebound yet remains
What other type of gear will I need?|
Protective gear is an absolute must when skating. Wearing protective gear will eliminate most injuries and improve the overall safety and enjoyment of your roller skating experience.
A complete set o
Do I need to use elbow pads?|
Elbow pads are similar to knee pads, the exceptions being the size of the pad and the place that you wear them. Just like knee pads, elbow pads typically fasten by two Velcro straps, and should fit sn
Why does your sizing chart progress from girls/boys3 to a mens 4 ?|
When your child starts wearing a size 4 they are now on the same sizing chart as adult shoes. A child’s 4 is the same as an adult 4. There is no relation to age and shoe size in children. Review our
Do Sure-Grip Boots fit true to size ?|
Sure-Grip boots and skates generally fit very true to size. We recommend ordering the size that you wear in your everyday shoe.
What is the difference in plates?|
Please review the below article courtesy of Sure Grip International.
Sooner or later everyone will ask the question, which plate is right for me? Which plate is
better? Which plate is lighter?
Why do some inline skates have brakes and others do not?|
Most manufacturers offer different braking systems
The most common form of braking system is a pad or cylinder on the rear wheel that stops movement by applying pressure on the heel