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Easton 2003 Air Skate




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Air Skates

Description:
  • Low profile outsole maximized turning radius
  • Clarino lining for a combination of comfort, durability and moisture resistance
  • ETC anti-microbial non-slip wicking footbed
  • Waxed laces for decreased stretch and a secure fit
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Junior Octane Skate




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  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Octane Skate




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    Octane Skate

    Description:
  • Pre-formed, anatomical ankle insert to minimize break-in period
  • Moisture wicking cambrelle lining ensures comfort and durability
  • Durable PU quarters
  • Easton injected blade holder with carbon steel
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Junior Ultra Lite Pro Skate




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  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Ultra Lite Pro Skate


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    Ultra Lite Pro Skates

    Description:
  • 70/30 microfibre/cambrelle lining for a combination of curability and comfort
  • Ultraskin slash resistant woven PU quarters
  • Low profile outsole maximizes turning radius
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Ultra Lite Pro Skate


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    Ultra Lite Pro Skates

    Description:
  • 70/30 microfibre/cambrelle lining for a combination of curability and comfort
  • Ultraskin slash resistant woven PU quarters
  • Low profile outsole maximizes turning radius
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Ultra Lite Pro Skate


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    Ultra Lite Pro Skates

    Description:
  • 70/30 microfibre/cambrelle lining for a combination of curability and comfort
  • Ultraskin slash resistant woven PU quarters
  • Low profile outsole maximizes turning radius
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Ultra Lite Pro Skate


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    Ultra Lite Pro Skates

    Description:
  • 70/30 microfibre/cambrelle lining for a combination of curability and comfort
  • Ultraskin slash resistant woven PU quarters
  • Low profile outsole maximizes turning radius
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Ultra Lite Pro Skate


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    Ultra Lite Pro Skates

    Description:
  • 70/30 microfibre/cambrelle lining for a combination of curability and comfort
  • Ultraskin slash resistant woven PU quarters
  • Low profile outsole maximizes turning radius
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Ultra Lite Pro Skate


    Add to cart for current price
    Ultra Lite Pro Skates

    Description:
  • 70/30 microfibre/cambrelle lining for a combination of curability and comfort
  • Ultraskin slash resistant woven PU quarters
  • Low profile outsole maximizes turning radius
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Z-Air Skate




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    Z-Air Skate

    Description:
  • Ergonomic ankle padding system comfortably secures heel
  • Ideal fit tongue with ergonomic sidecut design
  • Two piece, Nash/suede lining for a combination of comfort, durability and moisture resistance
  • Lightweight, contoured carbon heel reinforcement
  • ETC anti-microbial non-slip wicking footbed
  • Low profile outsole with carbon insert minimizes torque and maximizes turning radius
  • Carbon heel reinforcement
  • Wax laces for decreased stretch and a secure fit
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Junior Z-Air Skate


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    Z-Air Jr Skate

    Description:
  • Ergonomic ankle padding system comfortably secures heel
  • Ideal fit tongue with ergonomic sidecut design
  • Two piece, Nash/suede lining for a combination of comfort, durability and moisture resistance
  • Lightweight, contoured carbon heel reinforcement
  • ETC anti-microbial non-slip wicking footbed
  • Low profile outsole with carbon insert minimizes torque and maximizes turning radius
  • Carbon heel reinforcement
  • Wax laces for decreased stretch and a secure fit
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Junior Z-Air Skate




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    Z-Air Jr Skate

    Description:
  • Ergonomic ankle padding system comfortably secures heel
  • Ideal fit tongue with ergonomic sidecut design
  • Two piece, Nash/suede lining for a combination of comfort, durability and moisture resistance
  • Lightweight, contoured carbon heel reinforcement
  • ETC anti-microbial non-slip wicking footbed
  • Low profile outsole with carbon insert minimizes torque and maximizes turning radius
  • Carbon heel reinforcement
  • Wax laces for decreased stretch and a secure fit
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • Easton 2003 Youth Z-Air Skate




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    Z-Air Youth Skate

    Description:
  • Ergonomic ankle padding system comfortably secures heel
  • Ideal fit tongue with ergonomic sidecut design
  • Two piece, Nash/suede lining for a combination of comfort, durability and moisture resistance
  • Lightweight, contoured carbon heel reinforcement
  • ETC anti-microbial non-slip wicking footbed
  • Low profile outsole with carbon insert minimizes torque and maximizes turning radius
  • Carbon heel reinforcement
  • Wax laces for decreased stretch and a secure fit
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • CCM Senior and Junior 152 Tacks Skates




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    152 Tacks Skate

    Description:
  • INTEGRATED WEDGE™ provides medial and lateral support, heel lock protection and reduces breakdown
  • Proformance Boot Profile™ accommodates forward flex and reduces breakdown
  • CAMBRELLE† lining promotes quick-drying and ensures a comfortable fit
  • SURLYN† reinforced insole provides increased durability and support
  • Proformance Profile Carbon™ steel runner
  • YOUTH - Features new PROLITE 3™ blade holder with Proformance Profile Carbon™ steel runner

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Senior and Junior 152 Tacks Skates


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    152 Tacks Skate

    Description:
  • INTEGRATED WEDGE™ provides medial and lateral support, heel lock protection and reduces breakdown
  • Proformance Boot Profile™ accommodates forward flex and reduces breakdown
  • CAMBRELLE† lining promotes quick-drying and ensures a comfortable fit
  • SURLYN† reinforced insole provides increased durability and support
  • Proformance Profile Carbon™ steel runner
  • YOUTH - Features new PROLITE 3™ blade holder with Proformance Profile Carbon™ steel runner

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Senior and Junior 152 Tacks Skates


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    152 Tacks Skate

    Description:
  • INTEGRATED WEDGE™ provides medial and lateral support, heel lock protection and reduces breakdown
  • Proformance Boot Profile™ accommodates forward flex and reduces breakdown
  • CAMBRELLE† lining promotes quick-drying and ensures a comfortable fit
  • SURLYN† reinforced insole provides increased durability and support
  • Proformance Profile Carbon™ steel runner
  • YOUTH - Features new PROLITE 3™ blade holder with Proformance Profile Carbon™ steel runner

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Senior and Junior 452 Tacks Skates




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    452 Tacks Skate

    Description:
  • Thermo-formable CCM® F-I-T SYSTEM™ provides increased fit customization
  • INTEGRATED WEDGE™ provides medial and lateral support, heel lock protection and reduces breakdown
  • PROformance Boot Profile™ accommodates forward flex and reduces breakdown
  • CAMBRELLE† lining for quick drying and comfortable fit
  • Asymmetrical tongue with felt provides a closer and more comfortable fit
  • Internal LACE BITE PROTECTOR™ reduces lace pressure
  • SURLYN† reinforced insole increases durability and support
  • PROLITE 3™ blade holder with offset post design improves energy transfer
  • Proformance Profile Stainless™ steel runner yields the optimum combination of speed, agility and stability
  • Available in widths D and E

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Senior and Junior 452 Tacks Skates




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    452 Tacks Skate

    Description:
  • Thermo-formable CCM® F-I-T SYSTEM™ provides increased fit customization
  • INTEGRATED WEDGE™ provides medial and lateral support, heel lock protection and reduces breakdown
  • PROformance Boot Profile™ accommodates forward flex and reduces breakdown
  • CAMBRELLE† lining for quick drying and comfortable fit
  • Asymmetrical tongue with felt provides a closer and more comfortable fit
  • Internal LACE BITE PROTECTOR™ reduces lace pressure
  • SURLYN† reinforced insole increases durability and support
  • PROLITE 3™ blade holder with offset post design improves energy transfer
  • Proformance Profile Stainless™ steel runner yields the optimum combination of speed, agility and stability
  • Available in widths D and E

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Junior 52 Skates




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    CCM 52 Skate

    Description:
  • Embossed integrated Wedge for rich pro look
  • Anatomically positioned foam ankle pads for comfort
  • Anatomical felt tongue accommodates forward flex with proven comfort and durability
  • CAMBRELLE† liner for quick drying and comfortable fit
  • Quarter package offers cut and abrasion resistance
  • Vamping offers improved abrasion and cut resistance
  • Nylon toe tip provides abrasion and cut resistance
  • Die-cut foam footbed offers great recreational comfort
  • Durable outsole ensures long term performance
  • CCM® E -Blade™ holder
  • PROformance Profile Carbon™ steel runner

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Senior 652 Supertacks Skate




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    652 Super Tacks Skate

    Description:
  • Thermo-formable CCM® F-I-T SYSTEM™ provides increased fit customization
  • INTEGRATED WEDGE™ provides medial and lateral support, heel lock protection and reduces breakdown
  • PROformance Boot Profile™ accommodates forward flex and reduces breakdown
  • DURATEX™ professional lining provides durablility and comfort
  • Tag quarters improve abrasion resistance and weight reduction
  • CCM® F-I-T SYSTEM™ footbed provides excellent fit and comfort
  • Asymmetrical tongue with felt construction provides a closer and more comfortable fit
  • Integrated lace bite insert evenly distributes lace pressure
  • PROLITE 3™ blade holder with offset post design for improved energy transfer
  • Proformance Profile Stainless™ steel runner yields the optimum combination of speed, agility and stability

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Senior and Junior 852 Supertacks Skate




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    852 Super Tacks Skate

    Description:
  • Thermo-formable CCM® F-I-T SYSTEM™ provides increased fit customization
  • INTEGRATED WEDGE™ provides medial and lateral support, heel lock protection and reduces breakdown
  • PROformance Boot Profile™ accommodates forward flex and reduces breakdown
  • Full fiberglass outsole provides increased medial and lateral support
  • SP7 Ballistic nylon provides lightweight support and stiffness
  • WEARFORCE† side vamping for improved abrasion resistance
  • CCM® F-I-T SYSTEM™ footbed provides excellent fit and comfort
  • Integrated LACE BITE PROTECTOR™ evenly distributes lace pressure
  • Asymmetrical tongue with felt construction provides a closer, more comfortable fit
  • PROLITE 3™ blade holder with offset post design improves energy transfer
  • Proformance Profile Stainless™ steel runner yields the optimum combination of speed, agility and stability
  • Choose between widths D,E

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Junior and Youth Powerline 500 Skate




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    Powerline 500 Skate

    Description:
  • Re-designed pattern improves fit, comfort and styling
  • Brushed tricot lining for quick drying and comfortable fit
  • Ballistic nylon provides abrasion resistance and stiffness
  • Side stitching reinforcement increases lateral support
  • SL 1000 Blade

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Senior Vector 4 Skates




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    Vector 4.0 Skate

    Description:
  • CCM® F-I-T-SYSTEM® combines heat and pressure for a “gapless” customized fit
  • Molded anatomical ankle support ensures required lateral support
  • Comfort foams immediately form to the ankles eliminating break-in
  • Anatomical felt tongue accommodates forward flex with proven comfort and durability
  • Lightweight high-density foam lace-bite guard covers full length of foot for comfort and protection
  • CAMBRELLE† liner delivers quick-drying comfort and durability
  • Silver nylon quarter package delivers exceptional durability
  • CCM® footbed has a natural heel cup for comfort
  • Silver low-profile outsole allows for tighter turns, quicker stops and maximum push-off force
  • CCM® E-BLADE™ RPL blade holder maximizes energy transfer and features replaceable (RPL) runner attachment
  • PROformance Profile Stainless™ steel runner

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • CCM Senior Vector 7 Skates




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    Vector 7.0 Skate

    Description:
  • CCM® F-I-T-SYSTEM® combines heat and pressure for a “gapless” customized fit
  • Pro molded anatomical ankle support delivers the lateral support players demand
  • Pro comfort plus foams immediately form to the ankles eliminating break-in
  • Lateral asymmetric foam placement provides comfort and keeps tongue in place
  • New lightweight molded high-density foam “saddle” lace-bite guard covers full length of foot for maximum comfort and protection
  • ULTIMA DRY™ liner for a better blend of comfort, durability and moisture management
  • Lightweight metal-mesh light quarter package is significantly more durable than traditional nylon packages
  • MICROTEX† trims maximize abrasion resistance and long term durability
  • ULTIMA DRY™ footbed features a lightweight natural 3D heel cup and moisture management system
  • Lightweight silver fiberglass outsole maximizes energy transfer
  • CCM® E-BLADE™ RPL blade holder maximizes energy transfer and features replaceable (RPL) runner attachment
  • PROformance Profile Stainless™ steel runner

    CCM Skate Fitting Guide
    Street Shoe Size Skate Size
    All Senior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Junior Sizes order skates 1.5 sizes smaller than street shoe size
    All Youth Sizes order skates 1.0 sizes smaller than street shoe size

  • Easton SBX Ultra Pro Lite Jr Skates




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    SBX Ultra Pro Lite Jr Skates

    Description:
  • SBX (Soft Boot Construction) for a supple fit and unsurpassed range of motion
  • Two piece, Nash/suede lining for a combination of comfort, durability and moisture resistance
  • Redesigned, fuller fitting tongue for a combination of comfort and lace bite protection
  • National Kangaroo grain microfibre quarters for an instant fit and unmatched durability
  • Anti-microbial non-slip wicking footbed
  • Low profile outsole maximizes turning radius
  • New Razor Bladz II with improved hardware system and runner to holder fit
  • Order these skates 1.5 sizes smaller than your shoe size.

    FITTING GUIDE FOR SKATES
  • Ice skates normally fit 1 to 1 1/2 sizes smaller than your shoe sizes
  • When sizing skates for younger players, you can go up 1/2 size to accommodate growth, but be careful not to buy the skates too big. A skate that is too big is not supported by the foot, and will cause blisters and premature breakdown.

    STEPS FOR A PERFECT FIT
  • Try on skates with same socks you plan to skate
  • Unlace skate enough to allow foot to slide in easily
  • Push foot toward front of skate until big toe just touches end of toe cap
  • You should be able to fit one finger between the back of your foot and the heel of the skate
  • Force your foot to the heel of the skate by kicking it on the floor
  • Lace up the skate
  • For a proper fit, the big toe should be able to just barely touch the toe cap

    SKATE CARE
  • Remove the skate's footbed to allow boot to dry
  • Wipe all water off of your skate blades, and cover them with "soakers" or cloth skate guards

  • I-Tech Senior SKR3500 Skates




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    I-Tech Junior SKR3500J Skates




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    This is the   Hot Shot Training Puck, for hockey coaches, and players. It is perfect for improving wrist shots, backhand shots, and forehand and backhand passing. It is much heavier than a regular puck (2 lbs.) It is resistance training and skills training all at the same time. As a youth hockey coach for the past nine years, I have had good results with it. It works on the same principle as a baseball player swinging three bats in the on-deck circle then stepping up to the plate with only one bat. The weight of the three bats together makes the single bat feel so much lighter. The Hot Shot requires a player to use much more exertion than a regular puck. The muscles “remember” the effort required to move the Hot Shot, then, the same effort is used on a regular puck. “Muscle Memory”, it really works. You and your players will notice the difference the first time out. The cost is $12.99 and includes shipping and handling

    For further information, please call (906)337-7360 or email us at Hot Shot Products.   
    Hot Shot Products
    is a division of Menco.




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