Eric J Owens. Skateboards. April 25th , 2018.
Skateboarding can have great impact to the underside of the foot. It can lead to stress injuries in the arch, heel and ankle. Most of the shoes are created with this fact in mind. Most of these shoes contain highly-absorbent padding in certain areas. Air pockets or special cushioning in the rear can help to prevent heel bruises. Arch strains can be reduced with mid-foot structures.
But there are a few things you want to look at. OK so the first thing you want to look at is how much pop the board has. If the board has a lot of pop than your going to be able to get better, higher Ollies. The next thing you want to look at is how much concave the board has. Concave is how much the sides of the board curve in. You really have to test out different boards to find how much concave is right for you. The more concave a board has, the better the board flips over like doing kick flips.
Element skate boards also sponsors a wide variety of events throughout the year. With concerts, skate tours, team signings, barbeque contests, and skate demos being presented over the next few months alone, it is obvious that this company is doing its best to give communities a safe, healthy, and entertaining form of socialization....which is what the skateboarding world is all about.
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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