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Vector inline VS Vector Ice

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06-05-2006, 02:57 PM
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killerbee
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Vector inline VS Vector Ice

From what I've read the Vector line fits more narrow(ice)
I have a wide foot. Borderline buying E width but I buy standard D.

Anyway, I recently bought a pair of Vector PF4s, for under 50 bucks, new.
And a pair of 652s. I finally replaced my Micron Megas. I had 3 pairs of them, with no complaints.

So I find the Vector inlines to fit perfect, no soreness whatsoever. The Tacks give me some pain. Worn both about 5/6 times each.

Do the Vector ice skates fit the same as the inlines cause I really like these and I've seen the Vector Pro, 04 models, for a little over 200.

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