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- material: synthetic leather
- sizes: 34 - 43
- load capacity: 100kg
|Size chart WORKER|
|Insole length (cm)||15||15,5||16,5||17||17,5||18,5||19,5||20||20,5||21||21,5||22|
|Insole length (cm)||23||24||24,5||25,5||26||26,5||27,5||28||28,5||29,5||30||30,5|
WORKER Xara - Product parameters
By observing the weight limit of the product, you significantly increase its service life and prevent it from wearing down prematurely. It is not recommended to exceed this limit.
Ice skate blades differ mainly in the design of the front part of the blade.
Blades with toe picks can be seen especially on women's skates. They allow for a figure-skating style, where the skater can use the toe picks to stop their movement.
Blades without toe picks are typical for men's types of skates. They are suitable for a fast hockey-style skating.
Thanks to the high-quality stainless steel, the blades are corrosion resistant.
Type of fastening depends on the purpose of your skates.
Men's and women's ice skates are fastened by laces which are perfect for tightening the skate around your foot when ice skating.
Inline skates usually feature a combination of lacing and buckles or Velcro straps. The laces comfortably adjust your foot on the shoe and the straps and bucles will secure your ankle.
Both ice and inline children's skates, are mostly secured with buckles. They are easy to use and very popular among children. They are suitable for all children that lack the strength to tighten laces or those who can't yet tie them.