Shop Roller Skate Parts Online

Welcome to our online store for roller skate parts! We are excited to offer a wide range of high-quality skate parts and accessories to help you customize and maintain your skates.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced skater, SkateHut has everything you need to upgrade or repair your skates. From wheels and bearings to trucks, toe stops, and laces, we carry a wide selection of parts from the top brands in the industry.

We understand that every skater has unique preferences and needs, which is why we offer a variety of sizes, colours, and styles to suit every taste. Don't forget, next-day delivery is available and if you want to get your skates parts now and pay later, you can always use Klarna too.

Skate Parts FAQs

  • What are the different parts of a roller skate?

    The main parts of a roller skate are the boot, plate, wheels, bearings, toe stop, and hardware. The boot is the main part that covers your foot, while the plate is the part that attaches the boot to the wheels. The wheels are what allow you to roll, and the bearings allow the wheels to spin smoothly. The toe stop is the part at the front of the skate that allows you to stop, and the hardware refers to the screws, nuts, and bolts that hold everything together.
  • What are the different types of roller skate wheels?

    There are various types of roller skate wheels, including indoor, outdoor, and hybrid wheels. Indoor wheels are designed for use on smooth surfaces like rinks, while outdoor wheels are designed for rougher surfaces like pavement. Hybrid wheels are a combination of both indoor and outdoor wheels and can be used on a variety of surfaces.
  • What size wheels should I get for my roller skates?

    The size of your wheels will depend on your skating style and the surface you will be skating on. For indoor skating, smaller wheels are usually preferred (around 55mm-62mm), while outdoor skating typically requires larger wheels (around 65mm-78mm). If you are doing tricks or skatepark skating, you may prefer smaller wheels as they are more maneuverable.
  • What are the different types of bearings for roller skates?

    Bearings are rated using the ABEC system, which ranges from ABEC-1 (the slowest and least precise) to ABEC-9 (the fastest and most precise). However, many roller skaters prefer to use bearings that are rated ABEC-5 or ABEC-7, which offer a good balance of speed and durability.
  • What should I consider when buying new wheels for my roller skates?

    When choosing new wheels, you should consider the type of skating you'll be doing (indoor or outdoor), the size of the wheels, and the hardness of the wheels (measured in durometer). Softer wheels (around 78A-88A) provide better grip and are ideal for outdoor skating, while harder wheels (around 88A-101A) are better for indoor skating because they provide more speed and control.