Caring for your skating blades
The model's blade is designed for recreational skaters looking for stability.
The number one enemy of skating blades: rust! Here's our tips for protecting them so that they last longer: after your session, wipe the blades with a dry cloth.
Comfort and support for your session!
When you skate, gliding can heavily impact your ankles...and your skates!
To make gliding more comfortable, we designed the sock in two parts: a semi-flexible part around your foot and a rigid part around the ankle.
Your foot is comfortably held in place by three means of fastening (5 eyelet lacing, micrometric buckle and fastening strap).
Ready to go!
Remember to sharpen your skating blades!
We recommend regularly sharpening your blades.
We recommend sharpening the blades before using them for the first time.
To maintain the sharpness of your blades, use rigid blade protectors when moving off the ice.
When skating, remember to wear protective equipment:
- a helmet
- wrist supports
- knee pads
- elbow pads
Skates tested alongside users
OXELO ice skates are tested under real use conditions for the type of recreational skating for which they were designed: outdoor use, snowfall, negative temperatures, and long sessions.
Design teams co-developed this product with our Russian users and tested it together under the most demanding skating conditions.