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10-24-2011, 01:38 PM
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i use one70s cause i got a wide toe and a wider mid foot.

Apparently if you need a wider skate you should get eastons.

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i use one70s cause i got a wide toe and a wider mid foot.

Apparently if you need a wider skate you should get eastons.
Aren't CCM and RBK the widest one?

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Aren't CCM and RBK the widest one?
when i was tryin out skates at prohockeylife they refused to let me try/buy ccms so i dont know lol

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You might try having them punched out a bit before you go buying new skates.

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Yes have them baked, and if that doesn't fix the problem have the one skate punched where it hurts. I've had this done to my skates. It's easy and free to have a skate punched if it's too small but if it's too wide you need to buy new skates.

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I've been told at my LHS that Bauer Flexlites are made especially for wide feet.

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