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ROCES Roller 5th ELEMENT BUIO Black
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ROCKS ROLLER 5th ELEMENT Yuto Goto Fuka Green
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ROCES ROLLER 5th Element
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ROCES Roller M12 LO TEAM BUIO Black
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ROCES Roller Street M12 UFS Black
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ROCES Roller Street M12 LO TIDES Blue
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The practice of aggressive roller skating has gained popularity over time. It is a sport with its own codes and which has been able to develop through the inventiveness and creativity of its practitioners. To skate aggressively, you obviously need the right equipment, including Roces aggressive inline skates, as well as a helmet and elbow and knee protectors. If it is possible to find spare parts for inline skates online or in stores, it is not always easy to choose them. How to do it ?

Aggressive rollerblading, what is it?

Aggressive rollerblading is irremediably linked to the street from which it draws its inspiration. It is a constantly evolving sport that brings together amateurs and professionals. If you're in the mood to get started, you'll need roller skates like the Roces Aggressive Inline Skates which are especially suited for this exercise. Then you need to find a place to express your talent, preferably a skatepark. It is not uncommon to find aggressive rollerbladers using stair railings as an improvised terrain.

Regardless of the frame used, the goal is to achieve tricks or figures. They vary according to the daring and level of mastery of the athlete. Some are more difficult to perform and require a lot of practice.

Choosing the right aggressive roller

Being able to count on good Roces aggressive skates is a prerequisite for successful tricks. To make the choice, it is essential to take certain criteria into account. It is of course recommended to choose roller skates adapted to the size of your feet. However, always favor the equipment in which you really feel at your ease, even if it means taking slightly larger skates.

Your choice should not be motivated by aesthetics alone. The level of comfort is of great importance since it affects the sensations and control you will have on Roces aggressive skates.

Removable parts

Inline skates are not one piece. They have certain elements that can be changed in case of wear or to meet customization needs. This is the case for example of the soulplate , which constitutes the underside of the skate, and which, depending on the tricks performed, is subjected to more or less strong pressure. Common to the various models of aggressive skates, it is widely used during “slide”movements.

In addition to the soulplate, the H-Block is one of the parts that can separate from aggressive Roces inline skates. The choice of certain parts also depends on the type of roller skating you practice. If you are rollerblading in a skatepark or in the street, it is quite relevant to want to replace the wheels on your skates with antirockers. Smaller, these wheels make it easier to glide over low walls, rails or bars.

If you are more skatepark oriented for aggressive rollerblading, opt for skates with decks equipped with anti-rockers. For those who prefer to roller-skate, so-called freestyle decks are more recommended, while on the ramps, we recommend “flat”running gears.