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01-17-2009, 12:37 AM
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N/B One 70 skates

Does anyone have a pair of these? are they nice? what is different about them compared to the one 90s or one 95, or even the one 75s

i have a pretty arched foot, how is the arch

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The Bauer One series should fit your high arch pretty well. They have a fairly narrow heel though.
The one90 just comes with the clear blue lexan Lightspeed holder that has a few durability issues. It's a lighter and stiffer skate than the One75, but depending on your weight and the level you play at, the one75 should be plenty enough skate.

The one95 was the follow up to the one90. The skate offers a bit more volume and is slightly wider than both the one70 and one90.

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thank you for the response. are the one 70s much worse than the one 75s?

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got the 70's skated on them once and the tuuks shattered. i need to get new blade runners now. but it was a very fast skate while it lasted

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got the 70's skated on them once and the tuuks shattered. i need to get new blade runners now. but it was a very fast skate while it lasted
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did they replace it for you? im just a beer leaguer at this point, all i really care about is comfort and weight. ive worn xxxx before but they were a size too small. i felt very unbalanced on them. im using supreme 3000 right now, but they are heavy as ****. are the one sereis similar to the vapors?

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vapors tend to be more generic and a bit wider. the one series is more molded to the fit. i've had 40s and one95s and the one95s feel way much better. its like wearing a track shoe with a blade on the bottom.

fyi, the vapor series is ending this year, so you will get a great deal on them during the summer as the new x: series replaces the vapor series, and bauer also has a new skate line coming out called flexlite. The flexlites are kinda like the grafs.

if you want a skate this season that is not the top of the line, but right below it, get one75s or vapor 30s if you can find them. if you want to wait a couple months youll get a great deal on the vapor40s. if you want to wait till next season (like august) get the flexlite 4.0s, X:40 or X:50, or get the one75 which will still be available.

Personally if I would wait if you could. Youll get a great deal on 40s, and youll also be able to check out the X: and flexlite lines.

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thanks, i will have to look into that. i wore 40s but i didnt like them too much, especially not for the price, thats why im leaning more toward teh one series.

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thank you for the response. are the one 70s much worse than the one 75s?
The One75 is actually an update of the one90. They fit narrow just like the one90s and some of the durability issues were fixed.

The One75/One90 is actually a lot of skate, so if you actually aren't that great a skater, it might feel too stiff.

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The One75 is actually an update of the one90. They fit narrow just like the one90s and some of the durability issues were fixed.

The One75/One90 is actually a lot of skate, so if you actually aren't that great a skater, it might feel too stiff.
hmmm, thanks. i didnt realize the one 75 was an upgraded version of the one 90s. how are the one 70s? any good? im a pretty decent skater for someone who is a bit on the tall side

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