UASC does not have a “dress code.” Skaters, however, often feel that wearing skating attire makes them feel more professional, which helps their practice attitude. You should base attire decisions on your skater’s needs and your budget. Skaters, however, SHOULD NOT practice while wearing flowing clothes and long hair should be pulled back. Wearing leggings and other close-fitting clothes helps the coaches observe body position and placement which enhances their ability to teach correct form. For children 10 and younger should wear a helmet.
Gloves or mittens keep the cold off skater’s fingers and also protects their hands during those inevitable falls!
You can purchase UASC logo jackets at ONSTAGE Dancewear and Footwear. It is located in the Powerhouse Mall in West Lebanon, NH. You can call 603-298-9061.