What toe stops are best for outdoor skating?
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What toe stops should I get?
If you primarily skate indoors at a skating rink, you should opt for softer toe stops, which have a little more bounce to them. Harder toe stops have extra grip that can come in handy if you skate outdoors. via
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How do you adjust toe stops?
Remember, the washer goes between the nut and the skate. Then insert the toe stop into your skate and screw it in until the desired height is reached. If your nut gets in the way, position the nut further down the stem. Once you are happy with your toe stop height, finger-tighten the nut down to the base of the skate. via
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What is the difference between a long stem and short stem toe stop?
If you are not used to roller skating without a toe stop, we suggest you stick with long /standard toe stop lengths. Short toe stops are used by skaters who have developed balance more on their toes. Short stem toe stops need to be screwed pretty much all the way in to be secure. via
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