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Tour Code Carbon GX Inline Hockey Goalie Skates - Senior

Tour Code Carbon GX Inline Hockey Goalie Skates - Senior

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Tour Code Carbon GX Inline Hockey Goalie Skates - Senior

  • GX Carbon Boot
  • Graphite reinforced
  • Quilted DRI-VECC lining
  • Memory cushion footbed
  • Labeda Predator Pro frame
  • Labeda Patriot Pro wheels
  • Bevo ABEC 9 bearings
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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 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 GX Inline Hockey Goalie Skates - Senior
$179.98
By Greg from Phoenix, AZ on July 28, 2014
Can someone explain the design reasoning for goalie skates? the short boot and small wheels, i've never really understood it and i'm getting back into playing goal
By Customer Service on July 28, 2014

Answer:
The boot is shorter because it has to fit under your leg pads, which are longer and much bulkier than players' shin guards. The wheels are smaller because goalies need surface area for digging in on side to side movements much more than they need skating speed. Most goalie skates have 5 wheels, which are only able to fit in the chassis because they're smaller than the four wheels that come with a pair of players' skates, and that extra wheel is supposed to allow the goalie to have greater balance and an increased ability to grip the floor as he pushes off to slide from post to post.