Quad skates and inline skates are two very popular types of skates, but they have significant differences that distinguish them from each other.
Quad skates have four wheels, two on each side of the skate, and are generally used for figure skating, ice dancing, and recreational skating. They are quite stable and easy to maneuver, making them a popular choice for beginners. Quad skates, depending on the wheels, may suffer a little more on uneven surfaces, such as streets and sidewalks, but they are quite comfortable to use for long periods.
Inline skates, also known as inline skates, have a straight base with in-line wheels, which makes them best suited for speed skating, tricks and stunts. They are generally faster and more agile than Quad skates, which is why they are the most chosen by those who want to skate the streets and cover greater distances.
Another important difference between the two types of skates is the design of the boot. Quad skates have a lower, more flexible boot that allows more freedom of movement in the ankles. Inline skates have a higher boot and provide greater ankle support.
Choosing between the two types of skates depends on the style of skating you want to practice. Choose one of them, or both and allow yourself to enter this magical world!