Can you use hockey skates for general street skating?
If you are referring to inline hockey skates, then yes you can use then for general street skating. I would highly suggest that you purchase an extra set of wheels that are harder for street use. Most inline hockey skates have indoor wheels and they will wear down fast skating on a hard surface. You will need wheels with a hardness (durometer) of 80A or higher.
It is not that difficult to change out the wheels, just need a skate tool.
football,hockey,and baseball, street hockey, skating, soccer and rugby
Dustin latimer was a por inline street skater..who was co-owner of the mindgame skating company..he used to be on the pro team for usd skates He also owned mindgame wheels, xjasdo skates, retired from skating now
There is Ingall's Rink (Yale Whale) on Sachem and Prospect (73 Sachem Street, New Haven) - they do not rent out skates though and have limited free skating hours. Schedule = http://www.yale.edu/rink/RINKschedule.pdf Ralph Walker skating rink is at 1080 State St. and costs $5 (+ $4 for skates). Public skating is again limited, but the schedule is here: http://www.cityofnewhaven.com/Parks/ParksInformation/walker.asp#schedule
Depends what type of hockey you're playing. Minimum for ice hockey: Shoulder pads, gloves, shin guards, elbow pads, a helmet, breezers, hockey socks (to cover shin guards) ice skates, compression shorts that will hold a cup or a jockstrap and a cup, a hockey stick, ice hockey skates For roller, all of the same except: No shoulder pads, roller hockey pants and an inline girdle instead of breezers, no hockey socks, roller hockey skates instead… Read More
Pros: You can turn quicker, You have more power on your shot, You use less energy because your gliding instead of running, skates give you more height for better checking.
Field Hockey Floor Hockey Indoor Hockey - Field Hockey Indoors Mini Hockey - Field Hockey with a minimum of 5 players on each team including Goalkeeper. Ice hockey Sledge Hockey (sled hockey in the us) - Same as ice hockey except made for people with physical disabilities Boot Hockey - Played like ice hockey but players slide on the ice using boots instead of skates Inline hockey (Single Bladed Weels) Roller Hockey (Quad Wheels) Street… Read More
# Field Hockey # Indoor Hockey - Field Hockey Indoors # Mini Hockey - Field Hockey with a minimum of 5 players on each team including Goalkeeper. # Ice hockey # Inline hockey (Single Bladed Weels) # Roller Hockey (Quad Wheels) # Street hockey - (played the same as ice hockey with the same gear (excluding inline skates) but usually on a street or other paved area [not recommended to play in traffic]) # Unicycle… Read More
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element ,Kfd, blind, almost and Evolution are all good street skating brands
I would get the varsity k2
No. Roller hockey and street hockey are exactly the same (with the exception that street hockey is sometimes played without roller blades). Therefore, the equipment is the same.
I would use vans or dc shoes for street skating especially if you are wanting to get serious about it. also nike makes a good street shoe. but it is really what is comfortable with you and what you are comfortable skating in. but all these shoes have a different grip so pick the one that you really are comforable skating in.
Sure, it all depends what your comfortable skating on.
i dont know but i am friends with someone who owns one and has it as a street skating board and he loves it
it all depends on your feet size and what you are comfortable with. street skating usually has thinner decks so you can olly higher, if it is thin enough for you it should be fine. also for street skating get 50-54 inch wheels, and low trucks I recommend destructo or krux downlows. Also you should purchase Bones reds bearings they are a steal for the cost you pay for them $15. Good luck making a… Read More
Yes, and posssibly in street hockey (balls are more commenly used in street hockey though).
Figure Skating or Hockey at the Ames Ice Arena. There are really good restaurants. Parks. Watch movies at Movies 12 on Duff Avenue. Go shopping on Maine Street or North Grand Mall.
nek minnite street
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Of course!! This falls under the anything you can do, I can do better category. Girls have been playing street hockey for as long as street hockey has been around. TCH>
none. that's why it's called STREET hockey
I would suggest spitfire wheels for street skating but to be honest the brand doesnt matter as much as the hardness of the wheel. For street skating you would probably want a hardness of about 95a to 100a.
Street hockey pads are not made to withstand extremely cold temperatures and are not made to the higher standards of protective ice hockey equipment.
You don't have to just play on ice,you can play street hockey,Toledo Ohio has a huge street hockey i play in and its real fun. and you can do field hockey,so there are many ways.
Yes but it is harder to do. I use street ones its kind of hard but you get used to it.
No, the noun 'hockey' is a common noun, a general word for a type of sport. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. Examples of proper nouns for the common noun 'hockey' are: International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), Zurich, Switzerland "Sports Illustrated: The Hockey Book" by Editors of Sports Illustrated National Hockey League (NHL), Montreal, Quebec, Canada Hockey Street, Christchurch, New Zealand
roller incline hockey is called street hockey.stake hockey is called ice hockey
Ice Hockey, Street Hockey, and Rollerblade hockey. Im sure there might be another but these are the popular ones.
Yes, you should get a range from 53-56mm for street.
the Broad Street Bullies was the nickname of the Philadelphia Flyers Hockey team during the late 70'2
Ice hockey, street hockey, feild hockey, floor hockey, air hockey, table hockey, knee hockey, mini hockey, water hockey, under water hockey. 10.
1. ice hockey 2.field hockey 3. ball hockey 4. street hockey and by the way hockey SUCKS a** ringette RULES
This is a big pitch, u can have ice hockey, or Field hockey, also street, floor, inline hockey. =]
With so many brands out there it can sometimes be overwhelming when shopping for new skates. I have had great luck with the Razors brand over the last few years with a few Rollerblade brand skates in there too. They are durable, comfortable and you can customize almost every part on the skates which is nice if you want to change the color or if something breaks. Razor just released some skates with their soul-less… Read More
It depends on what hockey you are talking about. Are you talking about field hockey, ice hockey, street hockey? Or are you talking about all of them?
You need shin and knee guards, really strong elbow pads (dont get them with fabric on them because they rip easily on concrete), gloves, stick, helmet with cage/visor, cup (that depends...), and (der) inline skates. They make inline skates specificly for roller hockey so get them. They hace a harder outer shell, all laces (no clips), and they dont have a rubber stopper. I wouldn't recommend chest protector unless they allow hitiing in your league… Read More
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yes easily because they are made of a much denser wood and are coated with plexi glass I play street and ice hockey and trust me I have done it before!
The most common types of hockey are ice hockey, field hockey, floor hockey, and street hockey. With the exception of field hockey, all of these types of hockey generally follow the same rules.
Yes, no doubt.
The longest skating rink in Canada is the Rideau Skateway in Ottawa, using the natural ice surface of the Rideau Canal from Rideau Street to Carleton University. It's annual season is from approximately January 1st to February 28th each year. The cleared length is 7.8 kilometres (4.8 miles) and has the equivalent surface area of 90 Olympic hockey rinks.
No.Just Ice But street hockey is played on cement
no onliy if you are not going to use them in ice hockey.
There are Longboarding, Street Skating(I prefer that), and Vert.(Ramps)
Because of the rugged terrain (usually) in street skateboarding, i would prefer using 62mm.
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there are three types of skateboarding: 1)street(grinds on the street railings and stuff) 2)flatland freestyle(check out Rodney mullen japan 1984 on youtube) 3) Vert (skating on a skatepark on quarterpipes halfpipes loops etc.)
There is not a "best" brand its all about personal preferance but some brands offer or cater to certain styles of skateboarding such as vert skating, street skating, fasion skating, and popular skaters e.g. element skateboards
it depends where you live.