Tempish Slide Mat£55.95
Street Surfing Waveboard Cones 4-pack£8.95 £4.15
Tempish Skate Air Soft Socks£6.95
CCM Waxed Laces£4.95
Powerslide UBC Carry Strap£8.95 £7.95
Powerslide Myfit Fitness Skating Socks£14.95
Rollerblade Skate Socks 3-Pack£20.95
Tempish Waxed Laces£8.95
Powerslide Skater Finger Bell£10.95 £8.95
Tempish Select Socks£7.95
Ennui ST Footies£25.95
Tempish Figure Skate Laces£4.15
Powerslide MyFit Footies Low Cut£16.95
Tempish Clip Compression Socks£9.95 £8.95
Powerslide LED Clip£8.95
Powerslide MyFit Skating Socks£18.95 £17.95
Powerslide Powerarch 45 Velcro Straps 2-Pack£11.95
Powerslide MyFit Donut Footies 2-Pack£21.95
Tempish Pirouette Spinner£10.95
Powerslide MyFit Footies High Cut£20.95
Tempish Snike Boot Heater£9.95
Tempish LED Lights£6.95
Seba Slalom Cones 20-Pack£18.95
Powerslide Free skate Cones£14.95
Powerslide MyFit Powerdisc 45 Atop Lock£42.95
What Accessories Do I Need to Inline skate?
Inline skate accessories, also known as inliner accessories, are essential to every advanced and beginner skater willing to improve their overall comfort and performance. Inline skating gear like liners, footies, training cones and laces can make your skating experience more enjoyable, help improve your balance and master new tricks.
Inline skate Liners
The inline skate liner is the part of your inline skate where the main focus is to provide you with a comfortable ride.
These inner boots help you get the right fit and support for your skates. If your skate liner gets worn down, you can always replace it with a new one, which will almost give you the sense of having gotten brand-new skates. Inline skate liners are even removable and washable, which makes it easy to keep them clean and odor-free. Inner boots are designed to provide support, being breathable and some can even be heat-moulded for an optimal fit.
Inline skate Footies
Footies for inliners provide you with extra support and potentially improve the fit of any boot.
Specifically designed for skating, these footies are made of long-lasting neoprene material, offering protection from sore ankles and blisters, and increasing your comfort even with a new pair of skates.
Laces and Training Cones
Inline skate laces can always come in handy when it’s time to replace your worn-out set. This type of skate laces is usually made with high-resistant fabrics to keep its original shape for a long time. In addition, they can be found in many colours, so you can add a personal touch to your inline skates.
Training cones for inline skating are the cherry on top of the cake for those skaters aiming to improve their slaloming and stopping skills. They also provide countless hours of fun while practising your riding style in small spaces.
Remember to not get on your skates without the right protection. Check out our selection of Skating Protective Gear.