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Beginning Skaters Forum This is the place for beginning skaters to ask questions and share their stories. We would love to hear about your experiences learning to skate. No question is too dumb!

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Old September 14th, 2007, 03:05 AM   #1
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Default For the newbie: A few places to buy skates

for those of us that can't/won't spend lots of $$$ at this time yet want decent skates. I posted on the main forum asking where to buy online. Of the many links given, only 2 places handled skates within the range I am willing to spend. I did locate 2 more places. One or two of the given links only carried Quads. These 4 places carry several options in the $110-$200 range. Naturally they carry less, and more, expensive skates.

http://www.inlinewarehouse.com/
http://www.onlineskatehouse.com/
http://www.skates.com/
http://www.zappos.com/welcome.zhtml

Zappos is more expensive than the other places, but the price does includes overnight delivery.

Let me know if I should be paying more than this amount to ensure quality (and comfortable) skates. I would say from my research so far that this price range should be fine for a beginner not interested in speed, hockey, aggressive, arts, etc., skating. Just needing something to cruise around on for getting in shape and the fun of skating.

Any other opinions gladly read and considered. Thanks.
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