3 Point Skates Oregon OH

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Dick's Sporting Goods
(419) 269-2262
North Towne Commons
Toledo, OH
 
Bass Pro Sports
(419) 891-3900
10000 Bass Pro Blvd
Rossford, OH
 
North Towne Commons
(419) 269-2262
851 W Alexis Rd
Toledo, OH
 
Great Lakes Sports
(419) 726-8122
5101 Advantage Dr
Toledo, OH
 
M C Sports
(419) 536-1571
3550 Executive Pkwy
Toledo, OH

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Dick's Sporting Goods
(419) 474-0170
5001 Monroe Street
Toledo, OH
 
Beartooth Mountaineering
(419) 824-4000
5700 Monroe Street Starlite Plaza
Toledo, OH
 
Icehouse Pro Shop
(419) 476-7400
1258 W Alexis Rd
Toledo, OH
 
Toledo Physical Education Supl
(419) 726-8122
5101 Advantage Dr
Toledo, OH

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Kempo Martial Arts Centers
(419) 473-1519
2950 Douglas Rd
Toledo, OH
 
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Are 3-point Skates better than 2?

Feb. 10, 2010

Are 3-point Skates Better?

QHi, Bill: Some skaters cling to their traditional two-point skates. Others sing the praises of Bont's three-points. But as far as I can tell, there's no clear winner in the "which are better" department. What are your thoughts about three-point skate setups? Do they provide significant advantages over the standard setups with two frame mounts? - Dennis in California

Hi, Dennis from sunny California: As you may know, for many years I — along with my children, Nicole and Wayne — have been involved with Bont. In fact, I was one of the people who pushed for an early release of the Bont 3-points, and Wayne was the first skater to test them in a race: the 2005 Inline 111 in St. Gallen, in which he won the midway sprint.

Bont developed the 3-points in response to the introduction o...

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