design your own helmet appearanceWhen I met Diederik (owner of Cádomotus) last summer, we were discussing the sport psychology behind the ice-skaters’ and inliners’ choice for material. Cadomotus has a lot of color combinations of equipment available. It’s even possible to order a colored helmet shield or design your own helmet appearance, to complete your outfit. Are you aware of the colors you wear during your performances? Are you aware of the clothing choices of your opponent? If you want to know more you must read this article!

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Daniel Greig is an Australian inline and ice speed skater, currently living in The Netherlands to train for the coming Winter Olympics. He is one of few skaters to have medals from both inline and ice skating World Championships, this proves that he understands the sport of skating in all it's forms. For this reason he is in a position to have relevant opinions on almost all matters skating related. We asked Daniel to be a guest reviewer of our products to both see how they stack up, and provide you will information that you can use. Please enjoy. 

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Technical details of the Omega speed skate helmetCádomotus designed the Omega skate helmet, with an evolved application of honeycomb technology. The application used here is unique. The tens of thousands polymer tubes that make up the structure of the helmet are not only useful to process the force impact in a crash, but also they’re ideal fans in a sport where sweat is a punishing factor.

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The Cádomotus Omega skate helmet has - besides all the specific characteristics you expect in protective head gear – an integrated visor. Omega is a helmet and goggles all in one. Nearly all skaters wear glasses to prevent eyes tears at high speeds, particularly those on skating on natural ice whose tears tend to freeze! If you wear glasses, you use them to see more detail. But these glasses, they give you something extra.

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Cádomotus Versatile 2 in  1 speedskate 4x110 and 3x125Spectators at this year's Roller Speed Skating World Championships in Oostende, Belgium were surprised to see the unveiling of a new inline speedskate setup, a 3x 125 millimeter wheel, frame, boot combination. Tests were done on and off the track, with results being something that not too many were open to discussing. What does this mean? It means we're on the verge of something new.

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Reynolds Technology Ltd in Birmingham, UK is one of the key suppliers for the unique Cádomotus ice blades. Their 853 tube is an essential element of the long track blade that is the lightest and strongest on the market today. Managing director Keith Noronha is as passionate about Reynolds' outstanding tubing technology as Paul Marchese is about tuning speedskates. No wonder that their collaboration has lead to one of the most outstanding innovations since the introduction of the clap skate: Cádomotus Record.

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