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Should you always wear socks with roller skates/blades?

Generically speaking (rather than regarding you specifically), socks are optional. Barefoot skating is a pretty common question in skating specific forums like https://www.fsuniverse.net/ or https://...
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How to build basics to compete in slalom skating?

First of all, you need to set up "rockering". It's when outside wheels are less then inside. This will increase your maneuverability. Like (76mm 80mm 80mm 76mm). You will need time to get used to. ...
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How to build basics to compete in slalom skating?

Basics moves I. Forwards Parallel (Fish): legs side-by-side and adjust turning by knees -- the II. Forwards Monoline (Snake): both legs in the same line Forwards Criss-Cross: other leg curls ...
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Does the inline-skate weight refer to one or both skates?

Your best bet is to contact the manufacturer or retailer for exact specs, especially since weight varies by size, as well as having limited comparative value when skates have very different wheel/...
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Should you always wear socks with roller skates/blades?

For myself, no socks mean blisters will happen. This is true for any sport where the shoe itself is subjected to sudden stops, twists, turns, and long-term use.
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