Reebok White K Pump Senior Ice Hockey Skates
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Reebok White K Pump Senior Ice Hockey Skates
Provides the ultimate level in personalized pro performance and comfort.
Max Armour™ V thermoforming core provides lightweight structure, stability and durability.
Heavy duty micro-fiber provides durability.
Vented fiberglass composite outsole maximizes energy transfer.
Reebok White K Skate Specs
- Quarter: MAX Armour V
- Core: HD foam core
- Pump: Yes
- Skate Lock: Yes
- Liner: Heavy Duty Microfiber
- Outsole: Vented fiberglass
- Footbed: Reebok Comfort Foam
- Tongue: Full felt comfort foam
- Holder/Runner: E-Pro Scalloped 10' Radius
|Reebok Senior Hockey Skate Sizing Chart|
|Reebok Skate Size||6.0||6.5||7.0||7.5||8.0||8.5||9.0||9.5||10.0||10.5||11.0||11.5||12.0||12.5||13.0||13.5||14.0|
|Shoe Size (US)||7.5||8.0||8.5||9.0||9.5||10.0||10.5||11.0||11.5||12.0||12.5||13.0||13.5||14.0||14.5||15.0||15.5|
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 7 to 13 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 2 to 7 years old with a US youth shoe size of 7 to 1.5.
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.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
October 31, 2013
The skates are amazing.
cant get better
November 7, 2012
skate is perfect! reebok skates are like bedroom slippers. love the look and weight. great skate for a pretty reasonable price. i will never buy a different brand again
By marc from egg harbor twp nj on February 10, 2014
By Customer Service on February 11, 2014
Answer:No problem. The Lock is useful for securing the laces in the eyelets beneath the Lock. Personal preferences are always the key when it comes to these types of things, and what the Lock does is allow the player to lace up the lower part of the skate to his liking and secure it so that it does not come loose during play.
So, if you like to have the lower portion of your boots laced up very tight, but you like to have the upper portion of the boot laced up relatively loosely, you can accomplish that with the Lock. Simply lace up the lower portion of the boot and then when you get to the Lock, you pull the lace through the metal eyelet of the Lock and snap it down over the lace to secure it in place. Then, you can lace up the top eyelets without affecting the tightness of the lower portion beneath the Lace Lock.
It really allows you to lace up your skates with precision for a comfortable fit and the confidence that your laces won't come loose during play. If the top few eyelets happen to come a little loose during play, all you have to worry about is adjusting the tightness of those eyelets above the Lace Lock because everything beneath it is secure.
By Roger from Ontario, CA on June 9, 2013
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on June 10, 2013
Answer:Generally speaking, if you've never had issues with the width of the shoes you've worn over the years, you likely have D width feet. And, Reebok skates are slightly roomier than most other manufacturers, so the D width ought to work well for you if you've never had trouble in the past. The best way to determine your width is to go to a shoe store or skate shop and have them size you up with a Brannock device.
By Bill Mal from New jersey on January 24, 2014
By Customer Service on January 24, 2014
Answer:Yes, the White K Skates can be baked.
By Jen-Yen Chen from Ashburn, Virginia on June 26, 2013
I have some questions about the boot of the White K skate.
1. I have Reebok 10K roller hockey skate and I love it a lot, but the size 9E is still not quite wide enough to my feet. I wear size 10.5 shoes just to fit the width of my feet... the length of my feet is actually size 10 of the shoes
The boot of 10K is sufficient to me. Is the boot of White K at least the same level of the 10K boot? I know Jeremiah has mentioned in the video that the quality of White K is between 12K and 14K, but I am 265 pounds in weight, is this white K boot OK to me?
2. Thought there definitely has difference, but how exactly is the White K differs from 20K? I checked the video...other then the texture and the look, I do not know who different in quality is the White K boot from the 20K boot.
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on June 27, 2013
Thanks, I'm glad it was useful to you! The 10K Boots from 2010/11 were near the top of the line, just below the 11K Skates, so they're going to be higher quality skates, overall, when compared to the White K and 14K Skates. The skates in the current line that are most comparable to the 10K Skates are the Reebok 17K Skates.
I would steer you away from the White K Skates due to your support needs, and would recommend at least upgrading to the 14K or even the 16K. As you go up the line from one skate to the next, say from the 14K to the 16K, you'll notice a fairly substantial difference in regard to the stiffness of the boot as well as the rigidity of the outsole, which is what it sounds like you're looking for, along with a weight reduction and other feature upgrades. When it comes to aggressive/advanced skaters and heavier skaters we always recommend opting for more support rather than settling for "just enough". Your boots will provide the extra support you need for a longer period of time if they're higher quality, stiffer boots to begin with.
My recommendation would be to go with the Reebok 16K Skates in 9.0 EE. You can also get your skates punched out (widened). Our stores are able to do this for you.
Please let us know if you have any other questions and we'll gladly help you out.
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