Come visit the PRO SHOP
As the owner I have been involved
in the industry for over 20 years so
you can be assured the advice you recieve
will come from experience.


What is the Difference Between a Hockey Skate and a Figure Skate?

A figure skating blade has toe picks at the top and is usually longer and heavier than a hockey blade.
Also, figure skate boots are usually made out of leather and are much more expensive than hockey skate boots.

Most of the time, a figure skate blade is separately mounted onto a figure skate boot
but hockey skate blades are generally soldered directly onto the hockey boot's base.

Hockey skate boots are usually much more comfortable than figure skate boots.
The toe picks on figure skate boots make it possible to jump and spin.
The short light blade on hockey skates help players with speed and quick stops


 


Sharp skates can
mean the difference between
winning or loosing, staying
upright or sliding across
the ice in a not so gracefull fashion.

The Pro Shop has the right
machinery to keep your skates
razor sharp to give you the edge.

 

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To ensure correct fitting please make
an appointmet.