Tour Code Carbon Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

Tour Code Carbon Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

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3.5 Stars based on 9 Review(s)
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Tour Code Carbon Ice Hockey Skates - Senior

  • Custom graphite carbon composition mirrored with nylon fibers results in weight reduction and added strength
  • Graphite reinforced
  • Quilted DRI-VECC lining
  • Memory cushion footbed
  • Crew™ Stainless Steel blade
  • Crew™ blades are made in Canada
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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 Code Carbon Ice Hockey Skates - Senior
3.5 Stars based on 9 Review(s)
3 Stars

February 16, 2012
Boot is middle of the road stiffness...again where are people getting their info. Blade clearly states STAINLESS STEEL and im sure they did this not to confuse consumers. I would know brother In law works for company. Water has been left on the blades and stored in a basement after pond hockey and it wasnt an issue

Glen Baxter
5 Stars

January 17, 2012
Do people not read? The description says "stainless steel runners". They say "stainless ON the flippin' runners". "Code Carbon" is the model of skate, and the BOOT has some carbon content. Pretty good skates at this sale price.

2 Stars

dont get
May 16, 2010
i bought this skate and the blade and chasi feel apart in the middle of a game.

John C.
5 Stars

Great Skate
January 7, 2010
I don't know where people are getting their misinformation about the Tour Carbon Code skate. First of all, it says right on the blade: STAINLESS STEEL. Secondly, this boot is every bit as stiff and durable as the Easton S17. Excellent skates! I should know a thing about 'em as I have both. Cheers...John

2 Stars

Manufacturing Standpoint
August 3, 2009
I work for an AHL team and I also work in mechanical engineering. Carbon steel will oxidate in humidity, let alone ice/saliva/mildew conditions of a hockey rink. At least the blades are replacable. So, if you like the boot, go buy a couple sets of blades (if they are available) and store your skates separately from the rest of your equipment. That will maximize what you get out of these. Seems to me like you could spend the same money on a lot of nicer skates and not have as much hassle. Also, the equipment guys I work with would laugh at you for wearing tour skates and playing ice hockey (not that this is an important part of the process, but they won't fix them if you break them, which is important).<br><br>From a marketing standpoint, I think it took some balls for a company to put carbon steel on a carbon fiber skate. I imagine that was their entire decision making process, which is disappointing when considering other products from Tour.<br><br>Sure, carbon steel is also lighter than stainless, but it is also more brittle, oxidates, and is not considerably cheaper.

5 Stars

July 9, 2009
these skate are awsome. the boot so lite but the blade is heavy. people on the other reviews say the blade is bad but there alright .

Biggest FAN
5 Stars

June 21, 2009
Cory Patterson Uses these skates..period! that enough for me to know and to use them...

2 Stars

Recreational Skate Only
June 6, 2009
An OK skate for messing about but won't use these for any serious ice hockey. Not much of a size or width selection and who makes skates without stainless steel blades anymore? Got a better deal on a more popular brand on clearance and a lot more skate for the money. Good for a Friday night public skate but not so good for any serious hockey player.

3 Stars

Nice skate for pickup.
May 4, 2009
I found these skates alright but they just seem like a cheap imitation of a top end Easton skate. Great for just messing about but I wouldn't use these for league play. They could have at least splurged a bit and put a stainless steel blade on them as opposed to the carbon steel. Still not too bad a skate at a reasonable price. Great for the weekend pickup crowd.

Heat MoldableNo
Quarter Package-
Ankle Padding/Support-
FootbedMemory cushion
Additional Features-
Made In-
WarrantyBoot = 90 Days | Holder/Runner = 1 Year