Definition of Racing skate
1. Noun. An ice skate with a long blade; worn for racing.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Racing Skate
Literary usage of Racing skate
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1893)
"Before these skates were manufactured in recognised factories they were made in large quantities by local NORWEGIAN PATTERN racing skate. blacksmiths, ..."
2. Spalding's Winter Sports by James A. Cruikshank (1917)
"Spalding Tubular racing skate, No. TEN or No. TEA attached to Spalding No. 337 Shoe. Pair, $9.0O No. TBA. Spalding Tubular Steel racing skates, ..."
3. Recreation by George O. Shields, American Canoe Association, League of American Sportsmen (1897)
"Nearly all of the champions use skates made in Norway, called the Norwegian racing skate. The blade is made of steel, 17 inches long and 1-16 inch thick, ..."
4. Tobogganing on Crooked Runs by Harry Gibson, F. de B. Strickland (1894)
"Take a racing skate of the Fen type for an example. The heel of the skate is cut very square. When a racer wishes to go round a Turning a Corner on the ..."