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03-25-2005, 11:32 PM
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Roller Blades

Which is the better one?

The Easton Z-Air Roller Hockey Skate

or

Tour SilverMax Roller Hockey Skate


a quick reply will be appreciated ty

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Personally, i'd go with the Tours, but if you can, try them both on before you choose.

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well im buying them off ebay , so i cant really try them on. but i like the tours better too than the easton but the tours might be a little too small and the easton are the right fit so i dunno whether to wait till another deal comes or get the easton the guy on ebay says the easton are better and retailed for over $300 and im gettin them fro like $120

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The one that fits your foot the best is the one that's going to be the best one for you. They're too different skates for two completely different foot types.

What's your foot type like? High arch, low arch? Wide, narrow? Do you need a deep boot?

What skates (ice) do you currently use? This will help figure out which of the two inline skates you're looking at will be the most similar to your ice hockey skates.

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thanks, i decided to screw ebay and go to sportcheck. I bought a pair of Bauer mega 30-50 skates. They are nice pair of skates

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thanks, i decided to screw ebay and go to sportcheck. I bought a pair of Bauer mega 30-50 skates. They are nice pair of skates
Good decision.

I own a pair of Bauer 20-90's and they're great.

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