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The Tour ETX 550 roller hockey skate is the entry model for Tour's line-up. The ETX 550 offers a great value for those who are looking to pick up the game of street hockey. The ETX 550 includes the Tour Surge (80A) wheel's which will be great for those outdoor surfaces.
- Model Year: 2012
- Model Number: 55TA
- Heritage: New for 2012
- Level of Player: Ideal for the entry to rec-level player
- Fit Guidelines: General fit aspects of the Tour boot are med-high volume, wide heel pocket, medium-wide across top of foot and forefoot and toe box. Traditional stance.
- Sizing Guidelines: Tour skates generally fit a 1 size down from your regular shoe size
- Quarter Package:
- Reinforced quarter panels
- Heel Support:
- Heel Stabilizer
- Quick Dry Comfort Lining
- Tongue Construction:
- Form Fit tongue
- Felt tongue liner
- Injected TPR outsole
- Tour Aluminum 6000 frame
- Tour Surge 76mm
- all around wheel (about 80A)
- Weight of One Size 9D skate: 1133 Grams
Comments: Had these skates for 2 months. skated in them 5 times on indoor surfaces only and entire ankle support has collapsed. Had massive pain on both sides of my feet the entire time i was wearing them. i do not recommend these skates at all.
From: Matt, Darwin, NT, Australia
Comments: These skates were pretty descent, but after maby 4 months, the ankle support completely collapsed and i have to get new skates. I dont like to chang bearings or wheels though so those aspects were fine, but you cant skate with skates withought ankle support and if you skate mor than 2 or 3 times a week, do not get these skates, its not really worth it
Comments: Iv had these skates for about 3months now. I play once a week. I'd rate myself as a mid range player. I enjoy these skates so far. The only problem is the 1/4 strength iv lost almost all of my ankle support. I am upgrading soon.
From: Derek, Frostburg, MD
Comments: I just started playing roller hockey and I'm loving these skates so far. Even though they are one of the lower line skates of Tour, they give you everything you'd ask for in a roller skate...flexibility, speed and great turning. I reccomend buying these if you're a beginner or been playing for years!
Comments: Bought these to get into street hockey on skates. Just playing 4 on 4 with some friends. The have great stability, nice even fit. No foot overall foot soreness, and no specific sharp points. The only thing that's a little strange is that your heel feels like it sits lower than your toes. Tour says its to force you to lean forward in your boot, it takes some getting used to. Over all, I think its a great starting skate for people that like Easton ice skates.
From: Sean, CO
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Sizes Available: 12.0
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Sizes Available: 12.0