Comments: I wanted to buy the "last model" Reebok skates before they were rebranded under the CCM name as they seem to be the only boot my feet find comfortable. I have a narrow heal and wide toe-box and thus the Pump is very helpful for me. I skate 3-5x/wk for most of the year and thus needed a skate that would hold-up over the long haul. I moved-up from my old pair of 9k's and love these boots. I baked them at home and had them radiused to match my old blades. My first skate was 90-minutes and I had zero issues. They are stiff...much stiffer than any other Reebok boot. They also feel different and I think it is the combination of the new blade assembly and boot quarter. And yes, the cornering clearance is noticeably better than my previous skates. While I realize these skates aren't for everyone (all feet are different), they are a quality product that work well and I highly recommend them.
From: Jason, NH
Comments: I am an average rec league player but enjoy having good equipment. I went to these Reeboks from the Bauer X7.0. The Bauers are definitely stiffer, but the Ribcors are still somewhat stiff. Can't comment about wear because I've only had them a few months. There was virtually no break in, just baked them and skated. The lace lock feature is great. The pump performs as advertised, although I was expecting a little more compression; still nice to pump up between periods of games. The new steel isn't just hype, these blades really hold an edge. I'm very pleased with these skates.
From: Tim, Greensboro, NC
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