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Tour Thor LX5 Junior Inline Hockey Skates

Tour Thor LX5 Junior Inline Hockey Skates

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Tour Thor LX5 Junior Inline Hockey Skates

  • Boot: Elite Boot, Maximum Support and Comfort
  • Frame: Tour Elite Aluminum 6000
  • Wheel: Labeda™ Gripmaster
  • Bearing: Abec-9 (8mm)

Size 1.0 = 72mm - 72mm - 72mm
Sizes 2.0 - 4.0 = 72mm - 72mm - 72mm - 72mm
Size 5.0 = 76mm - 76mm - 76mm - 76mm


Tour Hockey Skate Sizing Chart


Tour Hockey Skate Sizing Chart



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 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.

*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 Thor LX5 Junior Inline Hockey Skates
$139.99
By robert whittemore from taunton.mass. on May 6, 2013
there are no stoppers on this skate. how do you stop? I just purchased apair of these skates from you.
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on May 7, 2013

Answer:
Inline Hockey Skates do not come with stoppers. If you are planning to use these skates on the street for recreational skating, you will want to purchase a different set of wheels designed specifically for outdoor use. Stopping on inline hockey skates is very similar to stopping on ice hockey skates, though it is not as easily performed on gravel or cement.