Customer Reviews:

Comments: These are TERRIBLE!i can't turn and when i skate on a smooth surface the wheels just slide.at least they are light.
From: Bob, Stalker

Comments: They are the most comfortable skates I've ever owned. I have tried CCM's, Bauer's, and Mission's. Nothing comes close to the fit that these skates offer. The pump helps huge with people who have smaller ankles and helps keep your foot stable while your skating. They have never given me blisters like every other skate has when I was breaking them in. I will not go back to any other brand.
From: Don, Ramstein, Germany

Comments: I came off a 5 year hockey hiatus and decided to invest in a decent pair of skates for my comeback. I've worn Tours and Bauer Vapors in the past and have generally been happy, but found that the fit of the Reebok skate was a better for my hind foot shape (medium-wide). The forefoot is a little wider than other models which was great, but that is not to say I didn't need to stretch one of the boots for a perfect fit. As you'd expect with a higher end stiff boot, these boots need to be baked for a proper fitting to make the most of your investment. Having used a "full rocker" set up on my old skates it took some getting used to the 4 x 80mm wheel set up on these skates, but it seems that the design of the skate boot does accommodate this set up nicely and its fairly easy to get used to after a couple skates. Wheels are soft, especially if you're an average size adult, but they do hold up well on an indoor sport court surface. Lace lock is a great feature once you get used to it. Overall I think the combination of skate features and price are very fair, it would have been nice if the bearings were higher end and laces waxed for this price. Small details that you'd expect standard from a quality brand.
From: Platypus, Hoboken, NJ

Comments: They are the most comfortable skates I've ever owned. I have tried CCM's, Bauer's, and Mission's. Nothing comes close to the fit that these skates offer. The pump helps huge with people who have smaller ankles and helps keep your foot stable while your skating. They have never given me blisters like every other skate has when I was breaking them in. I will not go back to any other brand.
From: Don, Germany

Comments: I've returned to hockey after a 8 year absence. Long ago I played with mission proto vsi which were the bomb back then. After purchasing these skates the first thing i noticed is that skate technology is miles ahead!. Although a 80mmx4 doesnt give you the best turning radius it takes very little to get used to it, the body instinctively compensates. The grip you get from those wheels is .. ok, Not the grippiest (if there is such a word) in the market, but i've never worried about wheels in a new skate, because thats the first thing that goes. What really makes this skates excel is the speed given by the contact surface of the wheels, (more contact surface = more push in the stride). Hats off to reebok people on that move. Changing the tri-di setup was a bold move. Success. Of course the little extras that come along are great like the lace lock or the vented toe cap. Just a great overall product. Reebok makes me glad to be back on skates. A must for everyone who left 8 years ago :P
From: Diego

Comments: The boot: These skates look great and they are super light compared to my old CCM Vector 08's. They were super comfortable when I put them on, but when I skated on them they hurt and still hurt to this day. I play two games a week and sometimes I practice during the week on my own and my skates still hurt my feet. I got massive blisters even after baking them. After one season of two games a week I finally stopped getting blisters from them. They still hurt my feet though and it is difficult to wear them for long periods of time. I am hoping the pain will eventually go away because the construction of these things is top notch. The frames: They are all 80's. I hate them. I am used to fast acceleration and quick turns on skates, but these things feel so heavy and clunky because of the size of the wheels. It's crazy because my CCM's are heavier, but they feel faster and lighter because they are the tri-wheel frames(72-76-76-80). If you are currently wearing a tri-wheel setup, I guarantee that you will hate the flat 80 wheel setup this skate comes with. The wheels: They grip really well but the wheels are literally melting away every game. All of the wheels seem to wear pretty evenly, but there are gouges out of the inside of the wheel and if you run your fingers over them you can feel new ridges formed from melting. I weigh 170lbs so I might be a little too heavy for the wheels, but I have never seen a wheel deteriorate like these ones have. When these wheels are done, which is probably within the next season, I will purchase some better wheels that can hold my weight. Oh and I only skate on indoor sport court surfaces.
From: Andrew, Redwood City, CA, USA

Comments: LOVE THEM!!! Fast, light, and comfortable!!!
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Matt, Kapolei, HI USA

Comments: These skates are awesome! The four 80mm wheels give you maximum grip to the floor for speed, quick turns and stopping. I don't weigh much and stopping fast was always an issue for me till I got these skates, the grippy whew help a bunch too! Overall I can't see there being a better skate for the price. The pump is also great since I have smaller ankles you can count on the pump to keep your heel locked in place.
From:  ndm4355, Dunbar, PA

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