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10-11-2014, 05:02 PM
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Broken skate blade

Hey guys, the other night at practice I deflected a pass with my skate and my skate blade broke...

http://imgur.com/gmNGS7Y

Is there a place somewhere that I can buy a replacement blade? I searched online and the only thing I could find that slightly resembled what I had was: http://www.hockeymonkey.com/easton-h...rd-runner.html
However it didn't mention anything about what skates it's compatible with, but it looks like a match. Also, there's a drop down for what looks like sizes, but I'm not sure if that's correct or not, so I guess I'd choose the 7.0/7.5? I have Easton Stealth S9 skates 7.5D size if that helps at all.

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Under the holder's back tower, there's a number in plastic that should give you your size. For example, my old Easton S15s in size 8.5W uses a size 8 holder and says '8L' and '272L' meaning in mm.

I recommend finding some better quality STEP steel if you intend to keep these skates for a while.

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Under the holder's back tower, there's a number in plastic that should give you your size. For example, my old Easton S15s in size 8.5W uses a size 8 holder and says '8L' and '272L' meaning in mm.

I recommend finding some better quality STEP steel if you intend to keep these skates for a while.
This. About the same price as regular steel/

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Under the holder's back tower, there's a number in plastic that should give you your size. For example, my old Easton S15s in size 8.5W uses a size 8 holder and says '8L' and '272L' meaning in mm.

I recommend finding some better quality STEP steel if you intend to keep these skates for a while.
Ahh yeah I see that, I have 7L and 253L. The only issue I'm seeing now is all the sizing charts list my size as being 263L and the sizes in the 250's are 250L and 254L.... I think this time I'll just bite the bullet and go to the pro shop so I get it right. Thanks for the help!

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Nevermind the number was rubbed off on the bottom, it's definitely 263L

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