ice skate

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ice skate

1. a boot having a steel blade fitted to the sole to enable the wearer to glide swiftly over ice
2. the steel blade on such a boot or shoe
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At Play It Again Sports, shoppers can find a variety of quality-used sports equipment, such as hockey skates or baseball gloves, which can affordably replace the ones their kids out grew from last season.
The fact that hockey skates offer ankle support means that he should play soon, but we have to make sure his ankle is repaired enough to be fully functional and avoid a recurrence.
She urged Owen, who had a four-month frustration with hockey skates, back onto the ice in figure skates.
Growing up in Canada, as soon as you can walk, your father or mother is putting hockey skates on you much like over here with kicking a football.
It would die quickly and confirm to the radio sports-talk crowd that there is no place for women on hockey skates.
As for hockey skates, their carefully crafted blades are precisely measured between a 9- and 11-foot radius to create the perfect balance of agility and speed (a shorter radius for more agility, a longer one for more speed).
His parents sought medical attention after they noticed that he looked uncomfortable while walking and had trouble putting on his hockey skates.
Soon, she stepped into her size-four hockey skates, and wearing her blue and white U.