The logo of Sliding Tiger: an animated sliding tiger

Store & Contact

Measurements after the Corona Lockdown

Since the end of the lockdown (that is since 2020-05-11) the opening hours deviate from what was usual before the lockdown. See the overview below for the opening hours that are valid until further notice.

Store

Opening hours

The wall of the store Sliding Tiger, at which there are a lot of inline skate wheels. The store Sliding Tiger with some inline skate wheels, inline skates, accessories and a lot of inline skate boxes.

Store Location

The store Sliding Tiger is located at Dampoortstraat 70, 9000 Ghent, Belgium.
The Sliding Tiger store is easily accessible by public transport, as it is located 200 m from the Gent-Dampoort train station.
The Sliding Tiger store is also easily accessible by car. There is sufficient parking space in the street of the shop.
If you want to combine your shopping visit with a trip to Ghent, it is easiest if you park you car in the car park of Gent-Dampoort station. The car park is 200 m from the shop, and shop and car park are within walking distance of the historic centre.

Contact

Primary telephone number: +32 493 84 85 91; alternative: +32 475 37 67 53
Email address: info@slidingtiger.eu

Who are we?

Yason, who works at Sliding Tiger Yason: "I love making the city my playground with the inline skates. Going on sidewalks and finding little jumps and obstacles on the road. Having fun while going to places. Come to our shop and find out how we can make help you enjoy your inline skating passion! See you soon."
Koen, who works at Sliding Tiger Koen: "Inlineskating is my hobby that got somewhat out of hand. In 2016 I was (and still am) a software engineer. (A Bit Of Future BV is my company that creates custom software.) At that time, I thought that my wife's shoe store should have a corner for inline skates, because I'm a freerider and there were no inline skate stores in Belgium (let alone freeride inlineskate stores). Meanwhile, that corner has become the entire shop. 🙂
I still do freeriding and I've embraced all the other disciplines as well. "