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Hongkai Sports Velocity Hard Boot InLine Skates


If you use skating as your primary workout activity then this pair of velocity inline skates is the ideal skate for you. These hard boot inline skates boast a unique boot construction with customizable ankle support and an ideal combination...
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  • These velocity inline skates combine four wheels under the ball of your foot for minimal height and weight and a lower center of gravity
  • Allow for longer and more powerful leg extension during strides
  • Lightweight and breathable design that gives you added support from the hard shell
  • These velocity inline skates offers a smooth roll that's great for beginners thanks to the combination of our composite frame
  • Provide a more compact fit around the foot
  • These supportive and comfortable hard boot inline skates are perfect for gaining experience
  • With quality components and an adjustable brake, this pair of sports inline skates deliver in structure, support, and performance
  • Pedestal Material: PP
  • Shell Material: PE & PP


  Hongkai Sports Velocity Hard Boot InLine Skates

  • These velocity inline skates offers a smooth roll that's great for beginners thanks to the combination of our composite frame
  • Lightweight and breathable design that gives you added support from the hard shell

  Hongkai Sports Velocity Hard Boot InLine Skates

  • Allow for longer and more powerful leg extension during strides

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  Hongkai Sports Velocity Hard Boot InLine Skates

About Roller Skating Parties:

If you are looking to have a party but don't want to worry about preparing your home, you may want to try a roller skating party. Rolling skating parties are fun for people of all ages. Such a party will ensure that everyone has a good time whether they skate, watch or just enjoy the food and company.


  • There are two types of roller skating parties that you can choose from.
  • You can choose to use a local roller skating rink and take advantage of their party package. You will have to pay the skating fee for each person, pizza and a drink for everyone, and you would need to bring your own cake.
  • Another option is to have an outdoor skating party. You can find a location with a good size area for skating, such as a paved backyard or playground or church parking lot that you can rent for a few hours. You would only have to pay for rental fee of the outdoor area, and could bring hot dogs, drinks, and cake. You will also want to bring a stereo to play your own music and set up cones to direct traffic. Guests could bring their own roller skates or blades.

Time Frame:

  • Three hours is more than enough time for a roller skating party. Allow 90 minutes to two hours of skating time, as well as time for food, resting and presents. If you use a roller skating rink, they will probably allot you two hours for the party. Don't forget to allow yourself enough time to set up the party and clean up afterward.


  • When deciding to throw a roller skating party you should consider the age and maturity of those who will be attending. Make sure that the invited people like to roller skate. Also make sure that you have plenty of supervision and invite parents if you are having a roller skating party for young children. The most ideal age groups for roller skating parties are probably preteens and young teens as they need less supervision and are not too old to think that skating is for babies. Active adults will probably enjoy a rolling skating party as well.


  • By having a roller skating party you can eliminate the stress of having a party at your home. Guests will enjoy themselves as the party is centered around a major activity. It will be hard to not have a good time at a roller skating party.


  • If you are going to have a skating party, ensure the safety of all involved. Make sure the guests understand the skating rules, such as no pushing, and wearing safety gear if possible. Make sure any outdoor areas you use for your skating party are free of pebbles and other debris. Also, be sure to have enough supervision to help prevent problems. It is wise to keep a first aid kit with you in case there are accidents.

How to Ride in-line skates?

  • The first step for learning how to ride in-line skates is finding shoes that fit just right. The shoes shouldn't be too loose or too tight. They have to be comfortable for riding around everywhere.
  • The next step is finding the perfect place for practicing. You have to start off by finding a place that doesn't have any bumps, rocks, sticks or anything on the floor. When you start riding, the simplest thing can make you fall down, so make sure you find a smooth surface like an empty parking lot or a park.
  • Now you should start off by riding on one regular shoe and one roller blade. Doing this will help you gain balance on one foot.
  • After you have practiced many times and you can balance one foot on the roller blade and one foot on your regular shoe you are ready for the next step.
  • The next step is to wear both roller blades and stay next to a wall so that you can hold yourself up. The wall will help keep you balanced and in case you were about to fall you could hold on.
  • You can start off going really slowly and holding the brake every time you feel like you might fall. Even if you fall, it's okay, just make sure you have protections. A few falls are normal and they will encourage you to keep going so you can reach your goal.
  • After that you have to practice going further, but slower. It's very important that you go slowly because you might not be able to control the break yet. So DO NOT go fast until you have practiced with the brake many times. If you go fast and you can't control the brake, you will crash. It will not be a fall; it will be a crash, which will hurt you very badly. So practice stopping on a slower pace and then gradually increase your pace.
  • Once you mastered these steps, you are ready to go. However, stay away from busy streets and cars. I say this because if you ever lose control and can't break on time, you will jump right into the street and the result will be horrible. So until you have mastered everything, stay away from busy places.

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  • 1 x Pair of Velocity Hard Boot In-Line Skates