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|Player Profile||For the player who wants additional comfort and support, but still wants to maximize reaction speed and explosiveness.|
|Fit Profile||Anatomical - generous. Standard heel, deep contoured ankle and generous wrapped contour of the forefoot|
|Quarter Package||Sublimated Tech Mesh with Compound Blend Core|
|Heel Support||Integrated spine|
|Ankle Padding||6mm EVA foam|
|Tendon Guard||Traditional flex|
|Lining Material||Heavy Duty Microfiber|
|Tongue||Felt with Lace Bite Protection|
|Blade Holder||Speed Blade 4.0|
Skate Weights are determined using a size 8.0 regular width senior skate, a size 3.0 regular width junior skate, or a 11.0 regular width youth skate.
I skate about 4 to 5 times a week,and these skates are able to hold up. From the great price point, you are able to get some of the features from the high end rbz.Review by MacMillsauce (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I owned an old pair of CCM E50's that were ready to retire. The old CCM skates never really fit quite right. They were too narrow and after several years of use they were still not right for me. So, I went to the local hockey shop and tried on all the major brands (Bauer, Easton, Graf, Reebok, CCM) and found the CCM were by far the best for me. The RBZ 70 skates were incredible! I sized the skates using the CCM sizing "machine" that not only tells you the length and width but also the arch. The included insoles are ok but when I inserted the CCM insoles that fit my arch, these skates came to life.Review by Ice rocket (Posted on 7/24/2016)
As expected, the first use of these skates started with slight discomfort on the sides of my foot but after 10 minutes of hard skating ice time they started to break in. By the end of the game they fit like a nice pair of Nike running shoes. Also, the boot is tough! I took a slap shot to the ankle and barely felt it. I didn't expect to see much difference in the 4mm added height of the blade holders but I soon found I was wrong. My turning radius is considerably tighter. I can't say enough about these skates. They are awesome!
By the way, I researched skates for about 6 months...I did my homework and can't be happier.
Get these! I spent months trying to find a good pair of skates within a budget of around $200-$250 and finally found these. Bauer do have a good few competing skates, but I'm pretty stubborn when it comes to buying there stuff.Review by Ross the Boss Ray (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Definitely consider these anyway! But check out some other options as well to make sure they suit you!
Best skates I've ever purchased.
I am a forward for a AAA hockey team just outside of long island. I skate 6 days a week. I needed a pair of skates and its hard to find a pair of skates that are my size. I am a size 14 foot and the skate fits perfectly to my foot. Took 10 shots to the foot felt nothing. Highly recommend this skate.Review by the enforcer (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Probably worst skate I've ever owned. No support or protection actually switched back to my old skate halfway through the season after using these. The quarter package ripped after a few practices. I mean I guess you get what you pay for but I was extremely disappointed with these. I don't know if its just me or not but it seemed like towards the end the steels started to not hold an edge. The 4mm higher holder is cool but i don't notice a huge difference my turning radius was always pretty good but I bottomed out alittle easier with these for some reason. Just overall the cons are to much to over look truly disappointed with these skate.Review by FellaFollower (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Ive had these for 9 months being On the ice 2-3 times a week playing 16A. For the good, they give some great acceleration and let you dig deep in your turns. Now the bad, almost the first week the took 1 shot to the quarter and it started to peel. About a month later, the corner above the top eyelet started to come apart and now you can open up the side of the skate and see the plastic inside. That's my only real problem, might just be because of how I put my shins over them, Idk.I am currently the fastest on my team, even though I lack a quick, explosive start which I believe may or may not have to do with the skate. Overall they get the job done and I'm sticking with them until they die.Review by speedy (Posted on 7/24/2016)
These are my first skates, and i have had them for about 3 weeks now. i've gone skating on them three times and the only wear you can see on them are the boot scuffs my friends made.Review by Zach (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I play a couple times a week at least and the rivets holding the blades on at the heel pulled free after a couple months. I played in the Labatt Tournament this weekend and all the rivets on the inside of my right skate are completely pulled free. I twisted my ankle and went into the boards pretty hard.Review by RIOT (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I'm 6'3" and I weight 290 lbs. I get it. I'm a big guy. My old Bauer's haven't failed me yet and I've had them for decades. I was just looking for a lighter more comfirtable skate.
Anyone know where they put the GVW limits on these things? I'm going to need to know that for my next pair. Theses things are going in the trash.
The Skate is covered against manufacturing defects and workmanship under normal use and maintenance for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of sale to the consumer when used as intended under normal use and alterations.
The Skate Blades are covered against manufacturing defects and workmanship under normal use and maintenance for a period of one (1) year from the date of sale to the consumer when used as intended under normal use and without alterations.