One of the more popular things at our tradeshow each year is the closeout section discounts. We’ve made a flyer with the closeout items that are leftover from the show and that is now available. This is only for existing customers, but if you qualify and you don’t have a copy yet, please ask for one with your next order. Or if you would like us to email you a copy just send us over proof that you’re allowed to see prices by including your account number and a recent invoice number.
The Explorer XT is a new line of inline skates from Pacer. The adult Explorer comes in men or women versions. Both have power straps, Gold 7 rated bearings, and 76mm wheels from their new wheel company Kemistry. The men’s version comes in sizes 6-12, the ladies version in sizes 6-10.
The juvenile version is very similar to the adult except the bearings are Bronze 3 rated and the wheels are a little smaller. The juvenile skates are adjustable with two versions (boys or girls) and each version comes in three different adjustable sizes. If you buy just one pair of each version you can stock an inline skate in two colors that will fit almost any younger skater that comes in.
small – fits sies 10J, 11J, 12J, 13J
medium – fits sizes 13J, 1, 2, 3
large – fits sizes 3, 4, 5, 6
Tour has three new hockey skates that are in stock now and ready to ship.
#60TA – Code 9.one – Composite reinforced boots, Bronze 3 bearings, Kemistry wheels.
#70TA – Code 5.one – Heat moldable boots with carbonite construction, Silver 5 bearings.
#80TA – Code 3.one – Zykin construction boots, Gold 7 bearings, Grippium wheels.
For more details on the Explorer or Tour skates, please see our www.seskate.com/blog page for pics and details. This is the time of the year when new skates are coming out fairly quickly. Visit the blog page frequently, sign up for our email newsletter, or follow us on facebook or twitter (www.twitter.com/seskate).
We keep a list of skating rinks on our website at www.seskate.com/rinks. There is no charge to be listed, even if you’re not a customer, we just want to try to help drive traffic to the different local rinks. But we need your help to make sure the list stays up to date. If you could please take a minute to visit that page and make sure your rink is properly listed we’d appreciate it. Also check out the other rinks in your area. Let us know if one is missing, or let us know if we’ve got one listed that has been closed. Thanks for your support in keeping this page as up-to-date as possible.