Tour Code 72 Inline Goalie Skate - Senior

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Tour Code 72 Inline Goalie Skate - Senior

Tour Code 72 Inline Goalie Skate - Senior is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
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The Tour Code 72 Inline Goalie skate offers a comfortable and protective skate for all inline play. The light weight VORRAC quarter package construction combined with an advanced thermos layer composition that is both lightweight strong and heat moldable create an amzing feel that won’t break down. The Tour Code 72 roller hockey goalie skates also feature high density memory foam ankle pads for a tighter heel lock which increases power transfers. The Tour Code 72 inline goalie skates include honeycomb venting in the instep for maximum breathability as well as an anti-lace bite tongue. The Tour Code 72 inline goalie skates feature a full cowling and Labeda Predator 9 goalie chasis with (5) 59mm Tour Guardian goalie wheels. 

Senior
US Shoe Size Skate Size
7.5 6.0
8.0 6.5
8.5 7.0
9.0 7.5
9.5 8.0
10.0 8.5
10.5 9.0
11.0 9.5
11.5 10.0
12.0 10.5
12.5 11.0
13.0 11.5
13.5 12.0
 
Junior
US Shoe Size Skate Size
2.5 1.0
3.0 1.5
3.5 2.0
4.0 2.5
4.5 3.0
5.0 3.5
5.5 4.0
6.0 4.5
6.5 5.0
7.0 5.5

 

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent skates but do not last over time I bought these 10 months ago to replace a 5yr old pair of Mission Inhalers that were starting to wear out. I bought these mainly because they were the only goalie skates available at the time. I play 2-4 times per week. I had a bolt start to separate from the back of the right chasis about three months in. Last week I noticed the other chasis not only lost a bolt in the same spot but the plastic bottom of the boot cracked at the bolt mounts on the inside. The toes on both skates are also starting to wear through already. I switched back to the old Missions until I can replace these. I would not buy these again as they wear out too quickly.
Date published: 2019-10-24
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What is the Width of this skate ? and are these skates the only inline goalie skates made now?

Asked by: mdalman
This skate is a standard D width. This particular skate is a goalie skate tour does have other skates in the code line that are player skates
Answered by: NathanE
Date published: 2019-03-25
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