Cross Skating

What is Cross Skating?

It’s all about in-line skates, but the ones you will be using are quite special. They have inflatable wheels big enough to skate on rough terrain, right where you won’t be able to skate with PU’s and smaller wheels. The inflatable wheels allow you a smooth rolling and, furthermore, they absorb the uneven ground vibrations, so cross skates remain superb on rough asphalt, forest tracks, hardpacked dirt paths... and if you dare, you must try our real cross country courses. There are two types of cross skates: Cross skates with boots. Cross skates without boots. All cross skates models have calf brakes. Another interesting fact that makes cross skating quite different from in-line skating is that cross skates are quite heavy and they roll on slowing grounds, so you will require some help from a pair of cross country ski poles. The poles allow you to be more balanced on the skates and you will improve your skills in a faster and safer way. As Cross Skating is derived straight from nordic skiing (widely-known as the healthiest sport), you will go for a healthy workout, with no joint impacts in every step (as running does). Moreover, while pushing with the poles, you will exercise your upper body. So Cross Skating will drive you to a full body workout, pumping all your muscles.
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This German brand is world leader in ski rollers, no matter the style: classic or skating... and the cross skating models have been a success too, just because they make truly stable and stiff cross skates. A continuos development has led them to constant improvement and they have models for every kind of cross skaters. Six inches wheels, eight inches, short frames, long frames... Bomb proof design, german construction, high end materials. Simplicity and elegance in all of its cross skates. No doubt, SRB’s skates are made to last.
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