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Ankle gel pads protect your ankles from blisters and tying your skates too tight around the ankle. It adds additional cushion around your ankle.
Gloves are important to keep you warm and protect yourself from cutting your hand on your blade.
It is important to have long enough socks so that you don't get blisters!
These are perfect for a first-time skater who is looking to enroll in Skating School classes or start private lessons.
These are geared towards advanced skaters who are working on all single jumps and scratch spin, back scratch spin, and sit spin. These are also good for beginner adult skaters.
These are perfect for a more advanced skater who is working on backwards crossovers and Gamma level elements.
Knee pads are helpful to protect yourself when you fall on spirals, lunges, jumps, and spins.
These are essential to protect the skates and dry the blades after every use.
Butt pads are helpful to protect yourself when you fall. It also helps skaters feel less afraid to fall and learn new elements such as jumps.