CCM RBZ 100 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

CCM RBZ 100 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

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The new CCM RBZ 100 skates are an elite level model that provide highly competitive players with the high tech specs and features that they look for in top of the line models. The CCM RBZ Skates are the new top model, just under which fall the CCM RBZ 100 Skates. The RBZ 100 Skates are very lightweight and nearly as stiff as the top model RBZ. One of the best new features running through the majority of the new skates in the RBZ line is the incredible responsiveness to heat molding. The new Action Form quarter package and SpeedCore foam core provide a complementary combination of stiff support and customizable comfort characteristics that are truly unique to the CCM brand.

To provide an additional performance advantage, CCM created the CCM SpeedBlade 4.0 Holder which is 4.0 mm taller than traditional holders, allowing for tighter, quicker turns. The holder is fixed to a vented composite outsole to allow moisture to escape through the bottom of the boot. Inside the boot, they've lined the skate with high quality Clarino to provide great comfort as well as a great moisture wicking material to keep your feet dry.

CCM RBZ 100 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

RBZ 100 Skate Upper Features

    New Action Form™ + Speed core provide advanced support for maximum speed.
    Full CLARINO liner with smooth contour design enhances fit and comfort for high performance.
    Surlyn midsole provides a solid structure for blade interface.
    Carbon composite exhaust increases torsional rigidity, maximizes energy transfer and delivers a reactive feel.
    Anatomical response ensures an excellent seating in the skate.

RBZ 100 Skate Lower Features

    Speed Blade 4.0
    Speed Blade Stainless
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CCM RBZ Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart

CCM recommends that if you have been wearing prior CCM Skate models, you may want to go down an additional 1/2 size in order to get the best fit with the RBZ Skates. The new CCM RBZ Skates have a deeper heel pocket which adds a bit of extra length to the boot. This is why you may want to consider going an additional 1/2 size down.

So, if you previously wore size 9.0 CCM Skates, size 8.5 in the RBZ may provide the best fit. Go 2 sizes down from your U.S. Shoe Size rather than 1.5 sizes down. Keep in mind, personal preference does still apply. All information in this sizing chart is to be used as a general guide and does not ensure an exact fit.

CCM RBZ Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart
CCM Skate Size Men's Shoe Size
U.S. Euro U.K.
6.0 8.0 40.5 7.0
6.5 8.5 41 7.5
7.0 9.0 42 8.0
7.5 9.5 42.5 8.5
8.0 10.0 43 9.0
8.5 10.5 44 9.5
9.0 11.0 44.5 10.0
9.5 11.5 45 10.5
10.0 12.0 45.5 11.0
10.5 12.5 46 11.5
11.0 13.0 47 12.0
11.5 13.5 48 12.5
12.0 14.0 48.5 13.0
12.5 14.5 49 13.5
13.0 15.0 50 14.0
13.5 15.5 51 14.5
14.0 16.0 52 15.0
14.5 16.5 53 15.5

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SENIOR Hockey Skates
Senior hockey skates are sized to fit adults and full grown teenagers with a Men's US shoe size of 7 or greater.

JUNIOR Hockey Skates
Junior hockey skates are sized to fit kids in the range of approximately 8 to 12 years old with a US shoe size of 2 to 6.5.

YOUTH Hockey Skates
Youth hockey skates are sized to fit toddlers and young children in the age range of approximately 9 years old and younger with a US youth shoe size of 1.5 or smaller.

*Female Skaters*
The difference between men's shoes and women's shoes is 1.5 to 2 sizes. So, if you wear size 9 women's shoes, that translates to a men's size 7.5 or 7.0, which would put you in a size 6 senior hockey skate. More simply put, go 3 sizes down from your women's shoe size in order to find your hockey skate size.

CCM RBZ 100 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior
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I would recommend this item to a friend.

June 18, 2015
Awesome skate especially at the sale price

By Paul from Schaumburg, Illinois on January 12, 2015
Dear Sirs,
What is the insole' lenght of the 12EE skates (inches or preferably cm)? My feet are 31.0cm.
Kind regards
By Tommy @ on January 14, 2015

The insole length of these skates in a size 12.0 EE is going to be 30.3 cm.

By Victor from Sweden on June 28, 2014
How big is the difference between the rbz and rbz 100?
By Customer Service on July 1, 2014

It's a noticeable difference, but you certainly won't be disappointed in the RBZ 100 Skates. What you really end up paying for is a lighter, stiffer outsole, an upgraded footbed and CCM's best new runners. Structurally, they're very comparable, but you get some nice, extra performance and comfort features with the RBZ Skates.

By Jeff from Florida on March 7, 2015
Haven't bought skates in awhile. Are these supposed to be heat fitted or "baked"? How do I do that if I buy them online?
By Customer Service on March 9, 2015

The RBZ 100 skates would respond very well to heat molding, and cut down on the break-in time quite considerably. If you do not have a local shop that has a skate oven, you can get a very similar result by using a hair dryer.

All you will need to do is place the hair dryer on high heat inside the boot, making sure that all parts of the heel and ankle are heated evenly. After heating the boot for about 5-7 minutes, place your foot inside of the skate and gently tie the skate snug. When tying the skate, make sure you pull "out" instead of "up" when tightening them. If you pull up, the eyelets may pop out.

After tying the skate snug, you will have to wait for the skate to cool down and form to the contours of your foot, which usually lasts about 15-20 minutes. At no point in the process should you get up and walk around or move your foot inside of the skate, as this will cause the boot to form to your foot incorrectly.

After you have baked them and they have cooled down, I would wait atleast 24 hours before skating in them to make sure the boot has had enough time to fully cure.

By Brandon from Ohio on March 12, 2015
Does the mid foot area on the other side of the arch expand when heat molded (outside foot)? I usually wear a D width and when I tried them on they were a little tight in that area. Should I go with the EE width? I purchased them from you but want to make sure before I return them and get a EE width
By Customer Service on March 13, 2015

The outside part of the midfoot area on the boot does indeed expand as well to the contours of your foot when heat molded. After they have been baked and skated in a few times, they will really start to break in and form to the shape of your foot. If you bake the skate, and they still do not fit to your liking, you are more than welcome to send them back to us to exchange for a different size.

By Erik from Philadelphia pa on April 29, 2014
What's the difference between the rbz 90 skate and the rbz 100?
By Customer Service on May 1, 2014

Weight and stiffness, as well as several material differences. The RBZ 100 Skates have vented, full composite outsoles, upgraded liner and more durable/supportive quarter package.

Heat Moldable-
Quarter PackageAction Form + Speed Core
TonguePro Injected Foam & Felt
Ankle Padding/SupportHigh Density Poron Memory Foam
FootbedAnatomical Response
OutsoleCarbon Composite
HolderSpeedBlade 4.0
RunnerSpeedBlade Stainless Steel
Additional Features-
Made InChina
WarrantyBoot = 90 Days | Holder/Runner = 1 Year
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