Global Figure Skating Equipment Sales Was 1.35 Million Units In 2016

The global figure skating equipment market is dominated by few players from Canada, United States, UK, Switzerland and Italy etc., such as Jackson Ultima, HD Sports (MK Blades, John Wilson), Edea, Risport Skates, Paramount Skates SP-Teri, Graf Skate, Riedell Shoes, Roces, American Athletic, Rollerblade and Winnwell. There several players from China, but all of them are small players and mainly specializing in the low-end market.

In 2016, the global figure skating equipment sales was 1.35 million units and it will reach 1.75 million units in 2022; while the revenue of figure skating equipment was 148 million USD and it will be 185 million USD in 2022, with a CAGR of 3.8% between 2016 and 2022.

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North America and Europe are dominating the figure skating equipment market, due to the long history and cultural customs of ice skating, and high consumption levels. Asia-Pacific market are increasing at a rapid rate, especially in China, Southeast Asia and India etc.

Figure skating equipment market is impacted by several factors which directly have relation with the growth of the market. The increasing number of people choosing ice skating either for leisure or thrill, rising ice skating sports, the increasing number of waterless ice skating arenas, rising eco ice skating rinks especially in the emerging economies, rising disposable income, new innovations in equipment used in ice skating, exercise and health benefits from ice skating and rising artificial ice skating arenas for people are few of the aspects which have a positive impact on the ice skating equipment market. 

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