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The logo of Sliding Tiger: an animated sliding tiger

You can now compose your own inline skate! You can choose which frame, wheels, etc. you want to combine with which inline skate boot. See HERE.

Sliding Tiger is a webshop for inline skating and also a real store with real people.

Send us an e-mail or phone us and ask for the inline skater who has packed and shipped your parcel when you have some questions or want some advice.

Autumn Skating

autumn skating

As leaves begin to paint the world with hues of red, orange, and gold, and the crisp scent of autumn fills the air, it's time for us to lace up our rollerblades and hit the pavement. Welcome to the world of Foliage Skating Tours, where we invite you to embark on exhilarating journeys to discover the beauty of the changing seasons in various locations. Whether it's the mesmerising autumn foliage or any other natural wonder, we're here to show you how to experience it on wheels.

Rollerblading: The Perfect Blend of Adventure and Nature

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Powerslide Spinner 110mm/88A thoughts

905438 PS SPINNER red wheel 110mm 2020

We’ve all been there: We don’t always want to spend big on wheels even though they are really important to the riding experience. Especially when comparing the prices of the big wheels to the “normal” 80-90mm wheels.

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What is skating tourism?

Camera for skate tourism

In recent years, a unique trend has been gaining momentum in the world of tourism: skating tourism. This trend merges the thrill of skating with the art of photography, offering adventurers a dynamic way to explore new destinations while capturing stunning visuals. Skating tourism allows travellers to roll through city streets, coastal paths, and picturesque landscapes, all while wielding a camera to document their journey.

The Fusion of Adventure and Creativity

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Which skates are perfect for me?

question skates which are for me

While carbon fibre skates are amazing for precision and speed as they have way more power transfer than normal hardshells, they might not be perfect for everyone. For example: speed skaters and freestyle skaters might benefit a lot from having a very rigid boot, but for others it might be a waste or maybe simply not feel right. Aggressive skaters for example almost never use carbon fibre in their skates because landings feel much more comfortable on plastic (which is also why they still ride on plastic frames) and your aunt Rebecca (fictional name, I’m certain you can skate beautifully, Rebecca) might not have the skills needed to justify putting her on carbon fibre freestyle skates.

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