Tour Fish Bonelite 750 Inline Hockey Skates - Senior

Tour Fish Bonelite 750 Inline Hockey Skates - Senior

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5 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
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Tour Fish Bonelite 750 Inline Hockey Skates - Senior

The New Tour Fish BoneLite Series is the Ultimate Pro Level Series. It features our new Surlon Structural Support Unit, which allowed us to reduce the weight, without sacrificing the structural support. Keeping this in mind, we not only reduced the weight, we improved the Fit and Comfort. The custom Accu-Aire ventilation system not only results in Comfort, it helps to manage moisture as well the Backbone of the Fish BoneLite Series is the Fit and Comfort. The Advanced Technology of this boot, is unparalleled to any skate we have ever made. You will feel the difference immediately in the way the Boot cradles your foot, without pain.


  • Maximum comfort fit
  • Custom heel stabilizer
  • Accu-Aire Ventilation: (Comfort and Moisture Management)
  • Lightweight Graphite Outsole
  • Ultra Light 3D Reflective Exterior
  • DPS System, Lower Center of Gravity




  • Sizes 7-13, 80mm
  • Sizes 5-6, 76mm


  • New Super Fast BEVO Gold 9

Tour Hockey Skate Sizing Chart

Tour Hockey Skate Sizing Chart hockey skate boot width; letters next to skate size; hockey skate width

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.

Tour Fish Bonelite 750 Inline Hockey Skates - Senior
5 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
Long Island, NY
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Tour since 2008
September 4, 2015
I've used tour since 2008, had E2's(awesome, broke down too quick),Carbon cobalt( ugly stiff but great). Just picked these up after wanting new wheels and bearings. My old skates I bought in 2011 they are stiff like the 750's. I had to bake them twice just to break them in. I'm sure 750's will be the same. Getting to the point new wheels and bearing cost $150, these $218 shipped, plus you get 8 free wheels cost about $100 on the site. This was a no brainier. Unbelievable value. Enough said on that. As for the skates they are STIFF! They are also cozy comfortable best liner in the business. They are a little on the heavy side but you won't notice the all 80mm chassis is fast. I noticed a lot of people who are new to the brand and say it takes some time to get used to but it's worth it. I had mission,Bauer, and CCM before this and the HILO always gave me issues when I leaned to hard, the skate would catch in the front and I would lose grip. You won't have issues like that with these. My old skates even at 7 years old are stiff and still wearing well. I had one issue where the back achilles protection was ripping. Tour was excellent with there Customer service they gave me a brand new skate even after the warranty was way over. So to wrap up these like my last pair super fast, super durable, comfortable and great customer service. More people should jump on the tour band wagon. In the end the brand should keep the customer in mind. That should includes the cost and the quality. Good job Tour
Comfort , durability, and Value

Phoenix, Arizona
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great skates, great price
May 8, 2015
I've been using an old, old, ooooold pair of Vector's and a Craigslist-special pair of Bauer's Circa 1945. Finally decided to go big and get a brand new pair of skates and found the 750's here at an awesome price. I was a little weary of buying them due to the lack of reviews....everywhere, so I'll do my best to get a more complete review out there. These skates came just as advertised. Colors are pretty much how they look here, but (fortunately for me) not quite as flashy as the pictures may allude to. The white/grey/orange kinda section on the sides is actually some kind of holographic coloring that changes depending on what angle you're looking from. It's nothing that your decision should be based on, but it's a really cool touch and something I haven't seen in a skate before. Out of the box they were really stiff....realllllly stiff, which I like and suggests that they will hold up to my level of play (3-4 times/week, both recreational and competitive). Just by rough judgement, they aren't significantly lighter than my other skates, but they are certainly built at a much higher quality. Considering stiffness and quality of materials, I'd still say they're pretty light. The tongue is super thin, but does have the plastic insert that makes it just as protective as a typical skate tongue just without the bulk. The section of the boot from the tip of my toes to about the arch of my foot is wider than any skate I've worn. I knew this about Tour coming in, and it actually was a big reason I bought them as my Bauer's really cram my little toe. However, they were even wider than I expected and if I don't lace them as tight as possible, it's a little uncomfortable (I like my skates to be as tight as possible, so this may just be personal preference). After baking them, I did get a much more form-fitted feel in the skate and any looseness I was worried about pretty much went away as they molded to my feet a little more. The wheels and bearings are beautiful. Right out of the box they spin like crazy and very, very smoothly. I recently spent $60 on some labeda millennium wheels, and I was really impressed with their grip and roll....the wheels on these skates are somehow even nicer than the millenniums - absolutely awesome. Overall, the skates were a little stiff at first. I've had brand new skates before, and I know that it's just a matter of fact that they'll be stiff at first, but these are even more-so. I attribute that to the quality of material and an indication of just how durable and well-built these skates are. I've only worn them twice now, and of course they'll need to be broken in a bit more...but as of now, I am extremely impressed and very happy with my choice. At the price I got them at (which somehow was less than they are advertised now) I could not have made a better choice. Even at $250-300, I doubt you could get a better quality skate. I would have liked to see waxed laces in them or some other higher quality laces, as the stock ones are really stiff and just feel kind of cheap. However, I highly recommend these to anyone looking to upgrade to a more pro-style skate. I can see these lasting me a long time and can't wait to get back into them!
Materials Build Quality Fit Stiffness Wheels/bearings Colors

Lancaster, Pa
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Skate for the $$$
May 7, 2015
Never tried Tour before, but I've been pleasantly surprised by these skates. Boot is comfortable & fits well. Tongue is thin, different than any skate I've had before. Very light overall. Boot styling is a little funky, but not as ridiculous as the Bonelite Pro. Overall I would recommend these skates to someone who doesn't want to break the bank on skates, but wants quality.
Price Fit Fast

Corona, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice skates
May 5, 2015
Best quality skates I've ever owned and got them at a great price at Hockey Giant. the 80mm wheels take some getting used to though.

By Ezra from Visalia, CA on April 3, 2015
Is the Tounge a soft tounge that is able to flop?
By Customer Service on April 3, 2015

The tongue on these Tour skates is not like a traditional felt tongue that you can flop.

By Dave from Harrisburg, PA on May 5, 2013
Am I able to select other bearing options, or does the skate ship as is every time?
By Jeremiah at on May 6, 2013

The Super Fast BEVO Gold 9 Bearings are the only bearings we can ship with the skates. All skates must be delivered to the customer as we received them from the manufacturer.

By Patrick from Lancaster, Pa on April 22, 2015
Are these able to be "Baked"?

By Customer Service on April 22, 2015

Yes, these skate will respond well to being heat molded.

By john norman from 19335 on December 30, 2014
Do these skates come with the free set of wheels?
By Customer Service on December 30, 2014

Yes, the free set of wheels is included.

UPDATE: The free set of wheels is no longer included

Heat MoldableYes
Quarter PackageUltra Light 3D Reflective
Tongue1-Piece tongue with anti-lacebite padding
Ankle Padding/SupportCustom lateral support stabilizer | Memory foam ankle inserts
FootbedMemory cushion
OutsoleCarbon graphite
ChassisLabeda Hum'er Eviction Aluminum Chassis | 1-piece
WheelsLabeda Addiction Wheels - White/Orange - 74A
Wheel ConfigurationSizes 5-6 (76-76-76-76) | Sizes 7-13 (80-80-80-80)
Bearings608 ABEC 9
Additional FeaturesDPS System - recessed front wheel channel for lower center of gravity
Made In-
WarrantyBoot = 90 Days | Chassis = 1 Year