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Panthers607 08-11-2009 03:34 AM

Need help with choosing skates
 
I'm looking into buying these "NBH Flexlite 20 Skate"

"Light gameskate with tuuk light speed 2"

Do you have any words on these?

Good/Bad?

Should I buy a different model?


I'm kind of green when it comes to skates, so any help is appreciated :)
Thanks!

Saved* 08-11-2009 10:32 AM

The flexlite series is made for people with wider feet in mind. Don't just assume you need/don't need it, though. Get your foot measured.

Panthers607 08-11-2009 11:43 AM

Are they special designed/developed for people with wide feet?
Does that mean that you'll have problem skating with them if you don't have specially wide feet?

This new sportshop opens tommorow and they'll have that skate on campaign for a good price (205 USD).

I'm not sure if I have wide feet but pretty big overall.
Should I consider another model?

Saved* 08-11-2009 11:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OscarFLA (Post 20732478)
Are they special designed/developed for people with wide feet?
Does that mean that you'll have problem skating with them if you don't have specially wide feet?

This new sportshop opens tommorow and they'll have that skate on campaign for a good price (205 USD).

I'm not sure if I have wide feet but pretty big overall.
Should I consider another model?

Get your foot measured. If you're an E or larger, you should be fine. With that said, you need to try on a few different pairs. The Flexlite was designed for people with wide feet in mind, so you probably won't fit it properly unless you do have wider feet.

Panthers607 08-11-2009 12:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rented Mule (Post 20732497)
Get your foot measured. If you're an E or larger, you should be fine. With that said, you need to try on a few different pairs. The Flexlite was designed for people with wide feet in mind, so you probably won't fit it properly unless you do have wider feet.

I'm not sure we have those measuring scales here in Sweden. Or do we?
Never heard of it.


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