Speed skates are designed to fast.
The skates are designed with alot of aerdynamics , but must be comfortable to.
The answer is speed skates because they have longer blades making turning sharp harder but holding a fast speed easier and in more control.
I have ice skates.. because I am a figure skater.. Unless you play ice hockey, figure skate or speed skate there is not really another reason you would own some!
The recreational skate is not designed for the speeds that the figure skate is. It is a "crossover" between the figure skate and the hockey skate. It is not designed to be as precise in turnings and stops as the figure skate. However, if you do not wish to invest in figure skates for the novice (just in case it's another whim) recreational skates are a good option. The novice learns to skate and has fun without the expense of the professional skate.
Well look, if she skates 4m/1s, and your skate 4m/20s.... she's 20 times faster than you!!
Speed Skates have the longest blade.
I have ice skates.. because I am a figure skater.. Unless you play Ice Hockey, figure skate or speed skate there is not really another reason you would own some!
just lace your skate loose around your foot and tight around your ankle. push off of the ice and gain speed, repeat. then your skating
That's because hockey skates are mainly for speed, and toe picks slow you down, and figure skates have toe picks which gives you more control.
someone who skates especially fast, like in hockey.
I don't think anyone or any organization publishes that information, but many sites state that the Bauer Vapors are the most popular skate in the NHL. One thing to keep in mind is that many of the skates used in the NHL are customized to the player and are not going to be what you get off the shelf. If you are looking for skates do not purchase based on what someone else uses. The most important thing to consider is that the skate fits your feet well.
it really depends on your foot and what fits you best, i like the Bauer skates, because they are light weight and focus on speed.
An ice hockey player is only as good as his skates. Ice hockey skates need to be secure on a player's feet and provide the foundation for optimal speed, balance, and maneuverability on the ice. Every ice hockey skate has the same basic construction, made up of a boot, holder, and runner. The boot is the actual "shoe" part of the skate, and it is attached to a plastic holder on its bottom. The holder is a piece of plastic that holds the metal runner on which you skate. When searching for an ice hockey skate, first look at the runner and holder combination. Most ice hockey skates are made up of a one-piece runner and holder combination, meaning the two items are molded together. One-piece combinations are best for beginner players because they are easy to maintain and very unlikely to break. If you play a lot of ice hockey, however, you may want to opt for a two-piece runner and holder combination. When the items come as two pieces, they can be separated from one another should one of the pieces indeed break. The boot portion of ice hockey skates is the most important. When trying on ice hockey skates, look for a pair with boots that fit snugly on your feet. You want your feet to be comfortable, but they should never be loose. You need tight skates to be able to move as efficiently as possible on the ice. As a general rule of thumb, look for a boot about a half-size smaller than your shoe size. Inside the boot will be lots of padding, including ankle padding, heel support, an insole, a liner, and so on. You want to find ice hockey skates with padding that matches the shape of your foot. If you have a high arch, for example, look for skates with a thick insole. Lastly, consider if you will be using your ice hockey skates competitively or recreationally. If you are serious about your hockey, look for skates that utilize the latest technology and will allow you to perform your best in games.