Easton Synergy Skates

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  • Easton Synergy Skates: Innovative or Idiotic?

    Jan 20, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable, should be very durable and protective
    Cons: Holder is a little short during hard turns, reports of breakages

    Summary: My email has been full of requests for reviews of the Bauer Vapor XXX Skates and the Easton Synergy Skates. Yesterday, the axe fell on the Vapor XXX, today we look at the Synergy. Easton Pushes the Envelope ... read more

  • Money Talks!

    Apr 29, 2008 by
    Not yet rated.
    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

    Summary: I am a six foot, 180 pound defenseman who plays minor hockey at a moderate level.My skating used to be described as slow to medium. Ever since playing with a pair of Mission Amp Flys, I have loved Mission skates. And since my old Amp Flys were ... read more

  • Liking them less everyday

    Jan 1, 2008 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: Lightweight
    Cons: Too ridgid, will not break in. Thin tounge. Lace bite. Cracked Boot.

    Summary: Since purchasing my Synergy 1300c's in 2007, I have worn them perhaps 25 times. When I tried on this non heat moldable version of the Synergy line in the store, they were comfortable, but not too comfortable. I am a believer that a skate when first ... read more

  • Synergy skates.

    Dec 15, 2007 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: Broken in quickly, light weight, great protection when not cracked.
    Cons: Poor construction, mainly stitching, composite and steel break easily

    Summary: I bought these skate after trying on about 8 different pairs every variety. Knowing how skates break I was worried about the composite not giving, However these skates only took 2 hours before I didn't notice they were new. The Synergy was the most ... read more

  • tricky magical skates

    Oct 28, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    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

    Summary: Eastons synergy 1200c skates...On the shelf minus the bling , the synergies look quite magical with there carbon fiber stare and the foot shaped boot but I got a pair and skated in them once for about an hour, I found that they are anything but magical ... read more

  • Easton 1500c - Recommended

    Aug 29, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Very easy to break in, can be baked, composite technology.
    Cons: Heard blade can break, skates are expensive.

    Summary: I am a former junior hockey player, played a bit in college before I realized I wasn't quite good enough to play Div. I, and now am a men's league player. I've been on skates since I was 4 years old. Up until about two weeks ago, I was still skating on ... read more

  • Low-end models are to be avoided! (300 & 500) - Updated July 25th, 2006

    Feb 24, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: low-end (300, 500) good for beginners, inexpensive
    Cons: low end models should be avoided (ie: you get what you pay for)

    Summary: I just started skating about 6 weeks ago, and had ZERO idea on what I wanted in a skate. The local ECHL Idaho Steelheads team had a pair of Easton Synergy 1300's that they would sell me for a decent price, but $400 at that time was simply too much ... read more

  • Outrageously Expensive, but worth the money

    Jan 22, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lightweight. Comfortable. Minimal break-in required.
    Cons: Price.

    Summary: Warning: I'm not a hockey player and I don't play one on TV. I'm a skater of average (at best) ability who hasn't skated much in 10 years. I wanted some skates that would let me take my 4 year old on the ice and teach him how to skate a little bit ... read more

  • KISS

    Oct 7, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Re-coil System, Durability, Bio-Dry Liner, Shock-sorb footbed
    Cons: Tongue has lace bite, no true outsole, LPS blade/holder stinks

    Summary: When recommending higher end skates, I always say KISS. Keep It Simple Stupid. By KISS, I mean stick with brands you are comfortable with. Generally Bauer, CCM unless you are an elite level skater. While I found the Synergy skate to be comfortable, ... read more

  • Synergy 1300

    Jun 6, 2005 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    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.

    Summary: Have been skating on the latest top of the line Synergy skates for the past several weeks. My pair are the first to hit the ice this year at my local rink and I did not have the chance to speak with anyone who had skated on them before I took the plunge ... read more

  • Lightning TRX stikes twice

    May 31, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Light, Stiff, For some more comfortable than a Vapor
    Cons: Mechanical feeling, incredibly expensive

    Summary: A few years back I dabbled in speed skating, and let me tell you speed skates are cool in that mad max meets tron kind of way. Imagine leather and corbon fiber molded directly to your feet, and custom, oh my lord are they custom. Naturally, I asked why ... read more

  • 3 weeks later

    Mar 30, 2005 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: weight, initial fit
    Cons: cost, limited ability to manipulate skate wall due to carbon fiber

    Summary: I Thought it important to follow up on my initial opinion of puckmuggers excellent review. After 2 consecutive hours and 2 additional 1 hour sessions I developed persistent pain, numbness and tingling in the balls of my feet and in my toes. What I ... read more

  • Express Customer Reviews

  • Easton Synergy Skates don't last

    Mar 24, 2009 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Very light weight, breathable skates that are super comfortable.
    Cons: The boots themselves break and wear thru on the heals. 

    Summary: The Senior Synergy 1500's do not hold up to regular use at the house level of hockey.This is a light weight and very comfortable skate.  No break in time is required to enjoy them.  My 14 year old is on his 2nd pair this season due to the ... read more

  • Wear and Tear

    Feb 22, 2008 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Skates are light.
    Cons: Not great on corners, find that they bottom out. Stiff boot.

    Summary: I recently purchased a pair of Synergy 1200c after only wearing them for 3 times, the stitching on the tongue has already started to separate. I was informed by Easton Head office that if you tuck the tongue under your shin pad that the shin pad will rub ... read more

  • wow!

    Sep 23, 2005 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT!! make sharper turns, you feel that you skate faster!
    Cons: Very stiff boot, need time to get use to, pricey

    Summary: I needed a new pair of skates to replace my old Graf 705 skates. What i like about the synergy skates is the fact that they're so light. There's a lot of technology around this skate. They fit me very well the first time I wore them. I was scared about ... read more

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