Review by marvas2007
March, 24 2009
Pros: Very light weight, breathable skates that are super comfortable.
Cons: The boots themselves break and wear thru on the heals.
Review by eatsleephockey
April, 29 2008
Pros: Blades give extra jump to your skating Hold up well Silver composite looks cool
Cons: Tongue is thin, moves to one side Silver looks kind of beat up
Review by hockeypro
February, 22 2008
Pros: Skates are light.
Cons: Not great on corners, find that they bottom out. Stiff boot.
Review by roddy1
January, 01 2008
Cons: Too ridgid, will not break in. Thin tounge. Lace bite. Cracked Boot.
Review by claycarlson
December, 15 2007
Pros: Broken in quickly, light weight, great protection when not cracked.
Cons: Poor construction, mainly stitching, composite and steel break easily
Review by shakazgiz
October, 28 2006
Pros: light, super light,comfortable,tough looking, did I say light
Cons: weird,kooky blade holder, kooky angled blade,hole in bottom where water could get in
Review by hockeydad93
October, 10 2006
Cons: breaks to easy
Review by talleymon
August, 29 2006
Pros: Very easy to break in, can be baked, composite technology.
Cons: Heard blade can break, skates are expensive.
Review by angrygames
February, 24 2006
Pros: low-end (300, 500) good for beginners, inexpensive
Cons: low end models should be avoided (ie: you get what you pay for)
Review by jystrebler
January, 22 2006
Pros: Lightweight. Comfortable. Minimal break-in required.
Review by meow6212
October, 07 2005
Pros: Re-coil System, Durability, Bio-Dry Liner, Shock-sorb footbed
Cons: Tongue has lace bite, no true outsole, LPS blade/holder stinks
Review by qc_hockey4life
September, 23 2005
Pros: LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT!! make sharper turns, you feel that you skate faster!
Cons: Very stiff boot, need time to get use to, pricey
Review by tjarnotmd
June, 06 2005
Pros: Lightest skates ever worn PERIOD. Increased foot speed. Excellent manueverability. Excellent protection.
Cons: VERY STIFF SKATES. Heel Bottoming in tight turns. Minimal arch support. Very Expensive.
Review by green
May, 31 2005
Pros: Light, Stiff, For some more comfortable than a Vapor
Cons: Mechanical feeling, incredibly expensive
Review by oxtox1
March, 30 2005
Pros: weight, initial fit
Cons: cost, limited ability to manipulate skate wall due to carbon fiber
Review by puckmugger
January, 20 2005
Pros: Comfortable, should be very durable and protective
Cons: Holder is a little short during hard turns, reports of breakages