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  1. They should retail for 650. Reebok has come to realize that their skates are made to be more flexible and therefor more prone to break down, so they lessened the price burden on the consumer.
  2. Consider using super feet insoles. They keep you from flattening out in the boot and you will gain a bit of room in the toes.
  3. Not saying this is the case, but working at a LHS has shown me that people: 1. Always think their foot is a lot wider than it is 2. Almost glean a bit of pride from having a wide foot It could be that you have a vapor width but are too square at the toes to wear them.
  4. I had the issue too. Heated the edge, bent it out, now no issues. Still the most comfortable pair of skates I have ever worn. Fit like shoes.
  5. I have superfeet in my Mako's and have not had any issues.
  6. Sherwood Ryan curves are pretty straight, not as much heel or loft as a drury. Also look at PM9 curves, straightest retail blade I know.
  7. Quick ? Miseaujeu. Will warrior be offering the W28 in the AX series?
  8. Thank you so much. This is very helpful. One last question. I've generally used a draper style curve but am interested in trying something with a bit more toe (like the kreps). Between the Slovak, Versteeg, and Smyth which one would you suggest. (the Kremlin is a bit too open for me)
  9. Im considering going the custom route with Warrior. 1. The "widow" is really DT1 construction, right? 2. Is there any e28/kreps clones on the customizer? 3. Does anyone have any comparable for the "Slovak" curve? 4. Is the Dolomite the AX1 or still the dolomite?
  10. I missed most of the previous discussion. My bad for not checking out the rest of the thread.
  11. Has anyone tried blacking out the silver heel of the boot? I've seen it done with customs but I am wondering if there are any processes to do this with the retails.
  12. After seeing the skates they are a great deal. Most of the defects I've seen are completely unnoticeable.
  13. Glencross has switched from Easton and is using a red Dynasty AX-1
  14. I was able to try one out. Couldn't believe how nicely they molded. The boot feels cut a little high but overall I am impressed by the skate.
  15. How is the Wisniewksi? Iv'e been thinking of trying it. The closest Pattern in warrior to what you are looking for is the Gionta (only available on the DT2 i believe) Maybe try a Bergeron (on the 20K) if you are willing to try something different.