Welcome to 2018 Winter Olympics. Let's get your blades ready! See you in the podium skaters!
Setting new Standards - Thanks to the craftsmanship, MapleZ Long Track blades are now better than ever. Used by World Class Skaters!
The Vision collection is yet to launch. Get a sneak peak of our new upcoming ice boots! New tech, new design, everything you asked for.
Not only do we develop better and better skating equipment, but we push new standards into the inline sport with our innovative technologies. Have a look!
Besides all of the primary gear, MapleZ offers a wide range of accessories for your daily training and competition.
Beside all the mainstream items, you also need some accessories to keep your product in good shape and gear for your competition.
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The Netherlands has a long-standing history and culture in the sport of ice skating. It's fascinating to look back in time and see how it all got started. After many years of contributions and achievements in the olympic field, we are delighted to showcase our products at Museum Hindeloopen and Eerste Friese Schaatsmuseum. These two museums are located in Hindeloopen at the heart of Friesland.
Many famous names from the Dutch history of skating can be found here, such as Jeen van den Berg, Rein Jonker, Evert van Benthem and Minne Hoekstra whom have donated their trophies and medals to be displayed. Other various exhibits highlight the history of skating and speed skating, with a special exhibit on the famous Elfstedetocht race, a 200km course passing through 11 cities in Friesland. Hindeloopen and Schaatsmuseum offer the opportunity to see skating equipment from the early days to the most modern of items, how they were made, and see the professional gear used by Dutch World Champion ice skaters.
These two museums preserve the cultural history of skating in the Netherlands and tell the full story of where it began, how it evolved over time, and where it is today. Should you ever visit the Netherlands with a profound and passionate interest in broadening your knowledge of skating, then Hindeloopen is a must-see attraction to add to your to-do list.