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Old June 9th, 2019, 02:33 PM   #1
llamont
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Default Difference in Plate Types (Dance, Rhythm, Derby, etc) ???

Hello all,

I am curious to learn about the difference in plate disciplines (more specifically the difference b/t plates that are advertised to be better for rhythm and derby. I see a lot of PowerDyne Reactor Pro plates, PowerDyne Arius plates, Snyder plates, and Roll-Line plates at my rink and Iím curious if thereís really a big difference. I attend adult sessions so thereís a lot of rhythm/shuffle skating. Any applicable info is appreciated and I hope this is not too ambiguous of a request.

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