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12-13-2009, 09:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Hockeyfan68 View Post
Yep ... block a couple of shots with cheap skates and see why paying a bit more would have been worth it.

I also say cheap skates will NOT give you the support of a more quality skate in very sharp high force cut type turns. Especially when you have all of your weight on one foot making a tight turn toward the goal or something from the boards.

It isn't even a debate really .... one should have at least an intermediate mid priced skate. These "public skating" hockey skates are for once or twice a year players who go on a pond or public skating.

If one plays any more than that they need a decent skate.
All of that is correct. The public skating skates are more geared towards young children I would say, like 5 to 9 or so when they quickly grow out of them and shots arent very hard and high tech skates arent needed.

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