Skateboards. Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 08:19:16 AM
Playing a pivotal role in many competitive sports, such as roller hockey, roller skating is no longer viewed as a simple pastime. Roller skating has even featured in the Olympics, making its debut in 1992. Other competitive sports to feature roller skates include speed skating, figure skating, roller derby. As well as sports, roller skates have been used in global stage shows, such as Starlight Express and made a huge splash in the disco era of the 1980s.
Nike Dunks was introduced in the market as an ideal product for basketball. As immensely popular, this brand soon captured the attention of shoe collectors and sneakers lovers. As this product gained market interest, all new variations were released in the outlets in order to promote it for the energizing events. A big evolution in the popularity of this brand came after associating it with the world famous athlete and basketball icon Michael Jordan in late 1980s. The earlier versions of Nike dunks were made up of canvas along with solid profile rubber sole. Gradually the fashion trends for basketball transformed into all new leather forms and this was when the fall of Nike dunks initiated.
Some brands even use silicon rubber material to increase the durability of the shoes. There are also different types of soles designed for the skateboarders for different purposes. Most of the manufacturers have also included thermoplastic toe box reinforcement, asymmetric stabilizers for medial upper support, gel components to add to the fluidity of movement and gum grip outsoles that ensure the skateboarder does not slip.
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