CCM RBZ 60 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

CCM RBZ 60 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

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CCM RBZ 60 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

RBZ 60 Skate Upper Features

    Sublimated tech mesh provides support and durability.
    Microfiber ensures a comfortable fit and durability.
    Low-profile injected outsole maximizes energy transfer.
    Comfort felt with added lace bite protection.

RBZ 60 Skate Lower Features

    Proformance 10'
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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 60 Ice Hockey Skates - Senior
By Corey from San Diego on October 27, 2014
How does the RBZ 60 fit a very wide flat foot? I am having a problem with foot pain on the top of my foot, and it is keeping me from skating. Looking for another entry to mid level pair of skates that has a big toe box that can get me skating pain free. Is another brand better for a large toe box, like Bauer Nexus or ?
By Customer Service on October 27, 2014

The RBZ Skates are a good choice for people with wide, flat feet. They're comparable to the Nexus Skates, which would also be a good choice. Either of those two lines are the best places to look.

By Sergey from Delta Junction, AK on January 30, 2015
Are these skates thermoformable?
I just got them and they have very stiff sides.
Thanks, Sergey

By Customer Service on January 30, 2015

The foam isn't designed to mold to your feet through the baking process like it does with higher end skates, but if you heat them up, it will soften the material a bit and potentially cut down the break-in time.

I'd recommend just using a hair blow dryer. Don't just set it inside the skates and let it run - hold it above the hole for a few minutes and then put them on and lace them up. Do this in the locker room before going out onto the ice and you'll get the best results because the material will be more flexible when warm.

This process runs counter to the methods used with thermoformable skates because the foam in those types of skates is supposed to be warmed and then cooled before you use the skates. But since the foam in these skates is not thermoformable, it should hold its shape just fine if you skate while they're still warm.

By Matthew from Largo, Floirda on February 24, 2014
Would these skates be considered an entry-level skate? Building on that, how do I know by looking at your listings which skates are entry-level, which skates are intermediate-level, and which skates are high end? Other than by price. Thank you for your help.

Best wishes,
By Customer Service on February 27, 2014


Hello Matt,
Here's a rundown of the skate models in each of the current lines:

 ReebokCCMBauer VaporBauer SupremeBauer NexusEaston StealthEaston Mako
Top Model20KRBZAPX2TotalOne NXG1000RSMako
2nd18KRBZ 100X100One.980085S -
3rd17KRBZ 90X90One.860075S -
4th16KRBZ 80X80One.740065S -
5th14KRBZ 70X70One.6 - 55S -
6thWhite KRBZ 60X60One.5 - - -
7th12KRBZ 50X50One.4 - - -
8th9KRBZ 40X40 - - - -
9th4K - X30 - - - -

Heat Moldable-
Quarter PackageSublimated Tech Mesh
TongueComfort Felt
Ankle Padding/Support5mm EVA Foam
FootbedLightweight CCM
OutsoleLow Profile Injected
RunnerE-Blade Proformance 10'
Additional Features-
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WarrantyBoot = 90 Days | Holder/Runner = 1 Year
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