Bauer RH XR250 SKATE SR

Roller hockey skates (6921085660)

Description

Bauer RH XR250 SKATE SR

The Bauer RH XR250 SKATE are great for recreational inline hockey players or fitness inline skating.

  • steel Hi-lo

Specifications

Number of article 6921085660
Product code 15367
Wheel diameter 76 mm in the front, 80 mm in the back
Wheel hardness 82A
Bearings ABEC5
Frame steel Hi-lo

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How to Choose Size

 

 

      A - foot length

      B - insole length

      C - 5 mm (0,20 inch)

 

When buying inline skates, choosing the right size is essential. If you click on the size, top line will show you the size in other measurements. Different brands can use different sizing. Unfortunately, there isn't any unified size chart. We recommend choosing according to size in CM or MP (mondo point in millimetres), which give the recommended INSOLE LENGTH. The skate should be at least 0,5 cm bigger. During use, the liner will adjust to your foot. You can also measure any comfortable shoe you usually wear, and choose size accordingly.

 

 

HOW TO MEASURE YOUR FOOT

 

Equipment: 

  • Use either a shoe box or any wall with a 90° angle.
  • Get a piece of paper or a cardboard, ruler and a pen.

 

What next?

  • Be sure to wear socks you will wear for skating.
  • Step on the piece of paper and position your foot in a 90° angle to a wall or use a shoe box.
  • Use a ruler and a pen to draw a line right above your longest toe.
  • Measure the distance from the line to the wall.
  • Add at least 0,5 cm (5 mm).
  • Choose size accordingly.

 

Returns and Exchanges

Do you want to return or exchange unwanted goods or return a faulty item? Please make sure to refer to the instructions below.

výměna zboží                 vrácení zboží              reklamace zboží 

How to Choose a Hockey Stick

There are two options for choosing the right length:

  • If you measure the stick without your skates on, the stick should reach your nose.
  • If you measure with your skates on, the stick should reach the level of your chin.

This is enough to choose the optimal length of your stick. Advanced players choose length individually depending on their demands and experience. Strikers usually prefer shorter sticks, which allow for faster manipulation with pucks and make things easier for technical players. Defenders, on the other hand, mostly use longer sticks which are better for defending and allow for energetic shots.



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