Specifics for Each Single Radius Prosharp Profile
7 ́ A good profile for figure skaters
8 ́ A good profile for figure skaters
9 ́ A good profile for figure skaters. A common hockey pro- file that gives fast cross over skating, but hard to maintain speed. Easy to do tight turns and change of directions. The short ice contact requires a deep hollow to grip the ice. In return, it makes you to dig into the ice producing higher friction, bad glide, unstable feeling, and hard to hit maximum speeds. Size of holders up to 254.
10 ́ Gives tight turns, fast acceleration, and change of direc- tions. But, the short ice contact digs into the ice, produc- ing higher friction, and bad glide. Size of holders up to 263.
11 ́ Good profile for younger players that have learned the proper skating techniques from an improved balance of a longer radius. Size of holders up to 272
12 ́ Gives more drive speed and stability, than a shorter ra- dius. A popular profile for lighter skilled players, who will stay with a single radius. Size of holders up to 280
13 ́ The optimal choice for a fully developed skater and average player who will stay with a single radius. Size of holder from 263 -296
14 ́ The optimal choice for a heavy playing defenseman or average skater. Size of holders 280-312
15 ́ Radius for good balance, especially for the lighter players. Enhances the ability to work on skating posture. *Note: go for a shorter radius when the skills are developed enough.
17 ́ Radius for very good balance. It gives heavier players the ability to work on skating posture. Increases speed, even in cross overs, but it lacks in acceleration and agility.
*Go for a shorter radius when the skills are developed enough.
19´Radius for even more balance. Increases speed, but it lacks in acceleration and agility.