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05-01-2009, 09:19 PM
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Hockeyfan68
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Originally Posted by adaminnj View Post
I'm 6 ft 200 lbs I skate on a pro return vapor XXX (A year now) with no issues.

The vapor XXX (30) is cheep now and it's an elite level skate. Not a current model but a good quality skate. As I understand it if your foot is widder than a EE you ought to look at the supreme line.

I have a E heal but a EEEE ball of my foot. (Duck feet hole the webbing) so I got the vapors and had the front pushed open a bit because the supreme heal cup was a bit sloppy.

I will always get a new or used pro return skate before buying a lesser skate. I pulled a groin when I first started playing hockey because the boot broke down because of my awesome skating power and fat arse.
Thanks for the info ... I will keep that model in mind for sure. I hate buying new gear .... hate it.

I wear a standard D width thankfully ... I definitely want a "good" skate without spending a mortgage payment haha.

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