Watch Where You Walk:
Congrats on your new skates! Ice skating is the most unique form of exercise. Protect your investment by watching where you walk. Hard surfaces like concrete, linoleum, etc. can dull your skate’s blades making it unsafe to skate. While most rinks have rubber mats leading from lobby to rink, you should purchase a pair of hard-plastic “guards” to walk around in your skates....
Tradition meets innovation with the new Jackson 5300. The 5300 is the evolution from the top selling Elite 5200. We took feedback from many elite athletes, coaches and skate techs to create the new 5300 boots.
What’s different from 52. to 53? First is our path back to leather. Traditional leather maintains it’s shape the best and will mold and shape to your foot better...
We are exceptionally excited to add our newest member of our Jackson Family Team: Kaetlyn Osmond.
Kaetlyn will be partnering with us as a Jackson Ultima Skate Brand Ambassador. She will join us through various means at events, rinks and clubs, performing Social Media activities, interviews and promotions, showcasing the entire Jackson Ultima offering, and assisting in product testing and...
If you have been following the skating trends, younger skaters are doing more advanced elements and demanding more from their equipment. But being an advanced skater doesn’t mean you need the most expensive equipment; you need what your body can control.
Introducing Flex. Jackson’s Flex boot is exactly as it sounds, with a softer stiffness rating of 35, it allows skaters to have increased flexion...
Quarantine Figure Skate Care
With the current corona-virus situation, it is imperative we take good care of our figure skates while staying safe at home. Here are a few tips to take care of your skates when off the ice for extended periods of time.
Blades Can Rust / Depending on the model of blades you wear, they could rust from even the tiniest bit of moisture. Take a small amount of WD40 or a 3–1...
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