SKATES - Buying Guide and Advice
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01-24-2013, 10:50 PM
Join Date: Nov 2012
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Good advice here^. Cheung, see if you can try a Bauer Supreme skate in a size 6 and 6.5. If you found discomfort on your internal mall., the more 'anatomical' shaped padding in the Supremes and Easton skates should help. A 'D' width Supreme skate should feel wider than a 'D' Vapor and same with EE. Definitely heat mould if you can.
i end up pick Easton RS skates and due to 6.5ee out of stock, so i pick 7.0ee. After i try them on, they are more roomy than i expect. The width fit good and length just a bit long.thank you for all your advice.
i do have one more problem, i would like to give them a shot to brake them.but there is no such service in my city (Hong Kong), i hear my teammate told me that some of you guys will brake them by oven at home.right?
Would you mind to advise how to progress at home by oven?
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