The most significant change for skating outside is to switch out your wheels! Some wheels are suitable for both indoor and outdoor Dubai Skate Academy but because outdoor conditions are often a little 'rougher,' you should probably go for some softer wheels.
Everyone has different comfort preferences, but here are a few extra short things to keep in mind when outdoor skating:
On concrete, larger toe stops will help you stop faster.
If you're going to be dancing outside, you should wear toe plugs (without toe plugs, dirt and debris can get inside and damage your skate)
Toe guards/protectors, which are often made of leather, will keep the toe of your leather boot from getting scuffed on asphalt.
Thick skate laces are more durable and do not shred on the pavement as quickly.
Rougher terrain can cause vibrations in your feet and joints; thicker insoles or gel insoles can assist make your ride smoother.
Every detail you should be aware of regarding outdoor wheels
Large wheels, 65 mm or greater
These wheels move quickly and handle uneven concrete and small debris well. The drawback is that they are difficult to maneuver and heavy and big.
62mm medium wheels
The most adaptable wheels are these. They move moderately quickly, and roll over obstacles with reasonable ease, yet are still light and nimble enough to practice outside dance.
Wheels that are 59mm or smaller
Very light and maneuverable, these wheels. Excellent for practicing skills or dancing outside. However, they roll over trash less effectively than larger wheels and are slower.
78A - Gummy and soft! The ride on these wheels is quite smooth. The concrete surface won't be as noticeable to you. However, they could not last as long as tougher outdoor wheels and slower ones.
85A to 88A
Wheels that are hybrid can typically be utilized both indoors and outside. They are typically a little faster and last longer, but they don't provide a ride that is as smooth.