The number of rental skates you will need varies widely based on the size of the rink, the size of your city, and the number of other rinks nearby. A real small rink in a real small town could get by with 200 pair of skates. Some large rinks in bigger cities have as many as 1,000 pairs of skates, but very few rinks today need that many.
Almost all rinks today offer both inline and quad (traditional style) skates. Many rinks also offer speed rentals (think of these as high-performance quads).
Click on the following for more info about the different types of skates we offer:
Excel 5500 Inline Rentals
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