Thread: MLX Skates
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03-24-2013, 07:23 PM
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romdj
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
We recommended Mod Squad because they have lots of people who have used the skates and covered them from the beginning.

The MLX skates were sold direct to customers for about $400 a pair.

They've been bought out by Easton, I don't see a website anymore, so I don't know how you're going to get any warranty support.
true enough, but I'd go to S2k instead, MSH has mlx's under their skin (read the last pages of the mlx topic and you'll understand why).
I personally love their skates, the only thing that bugged me is the fact that they could only go with full sizes, and that I didn't like. however it's definitely a quality skate.

I wouldn't spend more than 300$ on them new nowadays, because it would be impossible to get their replacement tongue or skate guard, and it's hard to work around those kind of issues.

Mako Skates are the future and imo have a great design! They are pricey though, but it's the price tag they have to display in order to be a valid competitor to the totalone line.

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