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11-16-2008, 08:21 AM
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Tour Code Inline Skates

Ok so I'm in the market for some new inline skates. I want to get a pair with one wheel size (no mission or ccm) and have narrowed my search down to some Tour Code skates. I'm looking at the Code Blue and Code Red skates (they are in my price range of $150ish). So I want to know if anyone has tried these skates or currently own them? Also, whats the difference between the blue and the red? Thanks all!

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I have the Tour Code Blue skates and they are amazing. I love them. I have had them for 3 years now and I have not even needed to change wheels yet. I am not quite sure the diffrence between the Code Blue or Code Red but I do know the Code Blue is awesome.

PS...where did you find these. I havent been able to find another pair. I was looking to possibly buy another.

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I was buying them online, after I tried some Tours on at the local stores. Quick search through Yahoo and Google and you can find them pretty easy. I've been finding the code blues for around $150 and the reds for about $25-50 more.


Also I have another question.... I know they come with micro 608 bearing wheels, but those can be changed out for regular 688 bearing wheels right? I figured the axel is the same so the hub size doesn't matter. Am I correct?

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Ok so I'm in the market for some new inline skates. I want to get a pair with one wheel size (no mission or ccm) and have narrowed my search down to some Tour Code skates. I'm looking at the Code Blue and Code Red skates (they are in my price range of $150ish). So I want to know if anyone has tried these skates or currently own them? Also, whats the difference between the blue and the red? Thanks all!
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I have tour code 1's, which ive only used once.

Amazing skate, light as hell. Straight ahead skating his like like skating like the wind.

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