Newlove Pro Shop
- All items ordered through the online store will be shipped. (Contact Joe Martin directly to place an order if curbside pickup is preferred).
- Additional items available in the Pro Shop, not seen online. Please call the Newlove Pro Shop to inquire about specific items.
- Online payment through Pay Pal.
- Watch @SlaterIceArena social media pages announcing when new items are added
- Free shipping for orders over $100
Curbside Pickup Details
- Curbside pickup can be arranged by contacting Joe Martin directly to place an order and arrange pickup details.
- Payment taken over the phone.
Need some equipment for the season or looking for some gift ideas for your Falcon fans ? Check out all the Newlove Pro Shop has to offer:
- Falcon Hockey Apparel and Accessories
- Figure Skates
- Hockey Skates
- Figure Skating Accessories
- Hockey Equipment & Accessories
To order merchandise, or for general questions, call the Newlove Pro Shop at 419-372-2264.
Over Night Service - $4.50
Same Day Service - $6.00
Eyelet, Rivet repair or replace - $1.00 each
Facemask mount - $7.50
Boot press use - $5.00
Skate oven use - $5.00
Mount any blades on new boots - $10.00
Mount any blades on used boots - $20.00
Stretching - $5.00 per boot
Waterproofing soles - $5.00 per boot
Reconditioning soles - $20.00 per pair
(remove blades, plug holes, waterproof soles)
Blade tighten with holes - $4.00
Blade tighten without holes - $8.00
Skates are sharpened and measured using two systems: the depth between the two edges and the rocker, and is accomplished using a grinding stone of various grits and polished with a compound to achieve a smooth surface. The stones are first honed or dressed to the proper radius based on the use of the blade: general purpose figure skate blades are often sharpened with a shallower hollow than high-end competitive freestyle blades . For hockey skates, a more shallow hollow (such as 1/2) provides speed and glide and less “bite”. A deeper hollow (such as 3/8” or 5/16”) gives an aggressive edge for grabbing the ice. Generally, the less hollow that a figure skater or hockey player can skate with, the better. (Riedell Technical Manual, 2002).