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02-04-2012, 11:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Crosbyfan View Post
Are you going to try them on? Or do you really know the model?
No chance to try them on unfortunately, and they do not allow returns. I tried them on at a local hockey store to get a sense of how they feel, while still trying to decide how to proceed, so I know what size fits ideally.

What I'm looking to achieve is have a "performance" pair of skates, where my current pair is comfortable, but loosens during the games as they are a tad big. I'd keep my current pair for public skates with the kids, stick n' puck, etc., and use the smaller size, more snug-fitting pair for more competitive open hockeys/games.

I am leaning towards just getting another pair of my current (discontinued) skates as I found a brand new pair online at a 1/2 size down. I'll just wait until the newer model that replaced them goes on clearance in a year or two and is itself replaced with a newer model.

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