Skates right out of the box are not sharpened. Most likely the shop that you are purchasing them from will sharpen the skates before you leave the store. If you purchased the skates online you will need to take then to your local shop and have them sharpened. But make sure that the skates fit properly and you are not going to ship them back. Once you sharpen the skates most online retailers consider the skates now used and will not accept them for return.
If you need to get them sharpened, don't worry it generally costs only a few dollars ($3-5). You will also need to maintain the skates and have them sharpened after every few skates. This is a personal preference when to sharpen your skates.
There is somekind of machine that sharpens or just a simple piece of something in a hockey store
Yes,bryan park will sharpen the skates but they Will charge you to sharpen them,it doesn't take that long, about 5 minutes
hockey skates are skates that u use in hockey. they are different that figure skates because there is no pick, the blades are slightly curved, and they connect to the skate in the front and the back.
the first hockey skates were made by trevor radin
Speed Skates have the longest blade.
No, ice bumps do not ruin your hockey skates. Thanks, Sid
The Reed Edge Ice Hockey Skates, $5,000 or the grafs
it depends if you play them good or not
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.
Inline hockey skates can be purchased online on the Hockey Monkey website. One can also choose to purchase Inline hockey skates at a Dick's Sporting Goods store.