Various ice hockey skates


Fig.1: Hockey skate, 3rd quarter 20th century


This model has the same tubular structure as traditional Norwegian type speed skates. The model was popular with school boys in the fifties and sixties of the 20th century.

Manufacturer: Kovopol (CZE)
Mark:
Model: Tornado
Technical data: total length: 28 cm; platform: length x width x height: 24 x 6,5 x 6 cm; blades: height x thickness: 13 x 3 mm; weight: 665 g including boot


Fig.2: Hockey skate, 4th quarter 20th century

As speed skates hockey skates have undergone important changes in the last quarter of the 20th century. The tubular frame was replaced with synthetic materials as was the leather of the boots. Also the laces were replaced by clamps.

Manufacturer: Tuuk/Bauer, Mississanga, Ontario (CAN)
Mark:
Model: Philadelphia
Technical data: Total length: 28 cm; platform: length x width x height: 24 x 7,3 x 6 cm; blades: height x thickness: 12 x 3 mm; weight: 615 g including boot

 



 

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