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Best Skateboard Accessories Add Style To Your Board

The excitement and thrill of skateboarding is taking the sport to different heights. Youngsters love to show off their trendy skateboards through their tricks and stunts. The game of skateboarding has seen many professional skaters taking part in international competitions. Many young boys idolize such professional riders and are crazy about all the products sponsored or used by them. There has been a rise in branded companies manufacturing smart and exciting skateboards and skateboard related products as well as the best skateboard accessories. Those of you who are bored with your simple or drab looking skateboard and at the same time are not planning to invest in a new one now, could try using the best skateboard accessories such as decals or logos. This will completely change the appearance of your simple looking skateboard. You could try out the famous branded skateboard logos on any of your skateboarding items and see the difference that the best skateboard accessories make once they are used on your ol...

 


The Beginnings Of The Ice Skate

Ice skating is a popular sport these days. But it is by no means a new past time. The oldest ice skates ever found are said to be over 5,000 years old and they were made from the leg bones of either a horse or ox. They were secured to the feet with leather straps and a metal spike was used to propel the skater forward. Of course, these ice skates were used mainly for ease of transport across ice and less for entertainment although we can never be completely sure!Scandinavia and Finland are the obviously places for the first ice skates to be made given their vast amounts of ice. Some of the examples of the skates that have been uncovered in these regions and consisted of a thin strip of copper attached to the underside of a leather shoe. So, what else can you do to an ice skate? Apart from slight adaptations for comfort and durability, the ice skate has barely changed much over the last 5,000 years.The Long Reach skate was the most widely used ice skate for many years and this was developed in new Brunswick, C...

 


Inline Roller Hockey Skates - A Look at the History

If you're interested in purchasing your own inline roller hockey skates, you may be interested in learning a bit about their history. These skates have a rich history and actually trace back to roller skates, which also have quite a long history. Roller skates, the predecessors of inline skates actually trace all the way back to 1759, when it is believed that Joseph Merlin first invented them.Merlin was from Belgium and first showed off his invention skating on them into a large ballroom while playing the violin at the same time. The only problem in his design was that he did not have the ability to stop, which led to a big crash into a mirror, which led to the demise of the violin he was playing.It's important to realize that the design of inline roller skates actually came from both roller and traditional ice hockey. The idea of a skate on land turned into roller skates. However, the design of actual ice skates was combined together with traditional rollers to come up with the idea for inline skates. Puttin...

 




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