What is a good board for street skating?
it really just depends on who the skater is like me i prefer zero but others may think elements or alien workshop or any of the many others are the best
i dont know but i am friends with someone who owns one and has it as a street skating board and he loves it
element ,Kfd, blind, almost and Evolution are all good street skating brands
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
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.
Yes, you should get a range from 53-56mm for street.
no, they suck, ride a fatter board like an 8 or maybe a 7.75. It makes catching your tricks easier becsase you have a larger surface to catch.
Yes, no doubt.
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.
No ive never had one but i have had friends who have and they suck.
Not really...get krooked or girl
no you can get them for 99 @ skates.com
its all preferation for street a good size is 7.5 inches in width with good pop and durability an also should be light for vert and general ramp skating 8.0 inches with good pop it doesnt have to be as durable but still durable for pool skating an old school board about 10.0 inches some good brands are plan b,mini logo,powell,creature,real,alien workshop,creation,organica,enjoi,tony hawk birdhouse and alot of people skate blanks cause they r cheap
Ice skating boots or a ply skating board
Sure, it all depends what your comfortable skating on.
a 7.5 inch board is less wide and is made for street skating because you can flip it better
any light board is good 4 vert like enjoi
There are quite a few options available if you are looking for figure skating dress. Online sites such as Discountskateware or Worldfigureskateware will provide you with variety of brands, it's also a good idea to check you skating club message board as they might have ads of local independent retailers.
Do not buy a skateboard from Walmart. They are very poor quaility, and if you are good at skating the board will break the first day you use it.
sorry but no );
because you are not very good at skating
Definetly skating. You can't have a good shot or play hockey at all if you don't have good skating.
There are many different brands of Skating materials. If you want the least expensive you probably want an "vans" skate board.
It really depends on if its a board just to mess around with, or if you're really into skating then you r going 2 need a pretty expensive board. I'm really serious about skating and my board was $180, even though i had it customized. I went to Aspect Skate Shop in Bend, Oregon.
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hot humid conditions i believe
There are Longboarding, Street Skating(I prefer that), and Vert.(Ramps)
no wake boarding is alot easier than wake skating because in wake boarding the board is already on your feet
A skating jump's names can vary, depending on what jump you are doing. Some jumps are: Sal chow, Backflip...ETC When you cause the board to pop up in the air at your feet (as if jumping) it is called an ollie. It is typically done by abruptly, powerfully pushing down on the back of the board often while leveling out the front of the board via down pressure. Many other tricks cause the board/skater to… Read More
Because of the rugged terrain (usually) in street skateboarding, i would prefer using 62mm.
Figure skating is a sport where if you want to look good skating you have to be graceful. I am a figureskater and help kids skate and if you don't look graceful then you look diff and don't have good balance then you will not look good skating, that is why you must practice because if you haven't been on the ice in a long time and you go out there and start skating all… Read More
the cheapest is like a walmart board lol next comes probably a blank board $30 can buy anywhere
Small: 49, 50, 51, 52 Medium: 53, 54, 55, large: 56 and up Small is good for street skating. medium is good for both street and vert large for vert and long boards. hope this helped.
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
figure skating and speed skating use skates, and are on ice. to do both of these sports you need strong muscles in your legs. you also need good posture.
13 of the 2010 games are hokey, culring, figure skating, short track speed skating, speed skating, freestyle skating, snow board events, alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, bobsleigh, and ludge.
i would start with a cheap board at first and start practicing and get better boards I would recommend you getting a deck with the graphic you like the most. Then go pick up a pair of Indies or Thunders, cheap Red Bone Bearings, A set of Bone wheels and some random hardware at your local skateshop. Now skate it. Don't like how it feels? pick another board and keep skating
The address of the World Figure Skating Museum is: 20 First Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
football,hockey,and baseball, street hockey, skating, soccer and rugby
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… Read More
"I think creature is more inbetween cause most of the creature team skates transitions but you do have a couple of people who skate street on creature like david gravette" Listen. No. Your question shouldn't be "Is Creature a good skateboard for street, because it's based on the distribution company that OWNS Creature. So my question to you is; Do you like Santa Cruz boards? Do you like Flip? If so, then ride Creature. It's… Read More
Michelle Kwan was good at Figure Skating.
"Board Street" is presumably a road with that title, so you would translate it as "Calle Board". If you wish to actually translate the name too, it would be "Calle de Tabla."
Speed skating requires good equipment and good form. In general the lower one can keep his body the faster one will go. More information can be found at US Speed Skating, and Ellis Method.
Yes they actually are and good for skating too.
Personally I just wear shirts that either I got at skating meets, or something that has to do with athletics.
Try skating something lame like a walmart board start on flatground and work your way up to ollies and and kickflip and heelflips then go to a local skateshop and pick a board with the good concave and all the features you like
Yes and No. I've been skating for well over a year now and I've learned that the key to good ice skating is CONFIDENCE. If you're scared to fall, embarace yourself or try out new things then it would be very hard for you. To be good at ice skating you simply have to PRACTICE. Hope this helped! (: