Off-Ice Skating Blade 6, 8 or 10 Elite Wheels depending on size. A Pair of Toe Rakes, Wheel mounting kit, 3 Piece Tool Set, Owner's Manual. This pack does not include a boot as a separate ice-skating boot is required.
The Off-Ice Skate is completely different from a traditional inlineskate/rollerblade. It has a uniquely shaped rockered chassis, which means that at any one time you are balancing on no more that 2 of the wheels.
I can't ice skate – does that matter?
Whether you're a professional ice skater or have never gone near an ice rink in your life, Off-Ice Skating is perfect for you!
How are Off-Ice Skates different to Inline/Roller Skates?
Off-Ice Skating is not inline skating and we have designed a skate to mimic ice skating. Unlike inline where you have all the wheels on the ground at the same time, our Chassis is rockered so you only ever have one to two wheels on the ground at any one time. This allows the skater to rock onto their front wheels to spin, turn and jump. Our wheels are chamfered to re-create an inside and outside edge.
I’m an ice skater – can I do everything I do on the ice, off it?
Everything you do on the ice, you can do off it, with Off-Ice Skating! Spins, jumps, axels and more! Check out our video gallery to see what other skaters have got up to.
What surface should I Off-Ice Skate on?
Off-Ice Skating is best on a dry smooth flat surface. Examples of good flooring are wood, laminate, tarmac, granite, marble, concrete, etc. School halls, town halls, church halls, tennis courts, parks, and more! We recommend you wear protective gear when Off-Ice Skating.
How often will I need to replace my wheels?
The rougher the surface you skate on, the quicker the wheels will need replacing. To mimic ice skating the best surface would be flat and smooth. You will find the front wheel will need replacing first as this is where you spin, turn and jump.