View Single Post
07-16-2012, 03:02 PM
AIREAYE's Avatar
Join Date: Jun 2009
Country: China
Posts: 4,679
vCash: 500
No problem, good luck! The reason why is that a very soft boot can be detrimental to your skating at that level and frequency. You'll very likely finding yourself wanting a new pair after a few months no matter the degree of fit. Why not simply invest in a good pair for hockey to start and spend the money on a better pair later down the road as you develop your technique and your own preferences.

I believe the guide should cover most aspects, but the key is that I cannot tell you how well a skate can fits, that's up to you to try on yourself. If you have anymore questions, please post them!

AIREAYE is offline