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07-13-2009, 06:00 PM
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Join Date: May 2007
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I thought Eastons are for people who has low instep/arc...
I will try both Graf and Easton.
It is 100% personal preference, as nobodies feet are alike. I was told to get Easton's as well, because of my wide feet. They hurt my feet within a minute. The ones that worked for me were Vapor 60's, in a EE. I moderately tighten the bottom and then really tighten the top 5 eyelits. I have never had skates that have fit as good as the Vapor 60's.
No matter what anyone tells you, you have to spend a couple hours in a skate shop finding the exact model that fits you properly. I wore mine around for about an hour until I finally told them to heat them up. You can't size skates on the internet.
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