What size wheels are best for jam skating?
Ideally a soft outdoor wheel would be around 62mm although some people may prefer a slightly smaller wheel for added agility. Skatepark skaters and jam skaters may wish to use a smaller size wheel for more control over movements and a lower centre of gravity around 55-59mm. via
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What are 98A wheels good for?
The softer the wheels the more grippy they are (78A-88A wheels are very grippy and used on slippery floors - 98A wheels are much less grippy and used on sticky floors). You must match the hardness of the wheels to the level of grip of your floor. If your floor is slippery you will need grippy soft wheels. via
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What are jam wheels?
Usually, jam skates are cut lower at the ankle to provide better flexibility. They also have wider jam skate wheels that will resemble quad speed skate and roller derby wheels. They're also made from lighter materials to allow skaters to perform stunts and roller skating tricks easily and smoothly. via
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What is roller skate dancing called?
Artistic free skating (also known as freestyle) incorporates figure skating jumps, spins, and footwork into a program set to music. Most of the jumps done by freestyle roller skaters are similar to those performed in ice skating, with some nomenclature changed. via
What are 85A wheels good for?
Most recreational indoor skate wheels have a durometer rating of between 88A and 102A because the hardness allows for a fast, smooth ride on most indoor surfaces. Hardness – generally a soft wheel (85A-88A) will grip but won't roll as fast as a harder wheel (94A-98A). Harder wheels won't grip as well as softer ones. via
How hard are Vanathane wheels?
All American Two: 57 mm diameter, 31 mm width, hardness 60D. via
What size wheels are best for street roller skating?
Wheel widths range from 27mm to 42mm and heights range from 47mm to 70mm. Wider, larger wheels (60mm-70mm) are great for outdoor traction and indoor speed. Smaller wheels (57mm) are needed for artistic or rhythm skating because while slower, they offer greater maneuverability. via