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  1. I just got the carbons and had my first skate. I find them more comfortable then the regular yellows. I feel on top of the edge a bit better and that could be due to the more solid footbed. i did not notice any height difference between the two. Nice product
  2. I just recently switched from CCM CL to the Bauer Supreme one.9 and the fit was great. The bauer is a stiffer skate and I find that I can transition between backwards and forewords way better on the tuuks then the e-pro.
  3. Can I get your feedback on what your opinion is from switching from the CCm to the on.9. I am on the fence switching to the one.9 skates or get my CL's repaired as it needs new holder and steel. I like the fit on the Bauers with the amount of ankle support and no heel lift.
  4. i was in the same boat and decided to get a pair of franchise in narrow fit and they were snug and had the mobility.
  5. I had the 11k's and went to try on the 20k's and found them to wide in the forefoot and i tried on the same size as my 11k's and thought even after baking they would be still too wide. I liked the ankle fitment better in the 20k's but wanted a closer overall fit so i went with the CCM CL and these skates sure molded well
  6. I had the same problem, i prefer the Bauer one.9 fit over the NXG and the nexus. I felt my heel was locked in better and the skate felt better all around, that being said i still prefer my CCM CL. I found the Bauer feels like a lower cut boot, not by much compared the CCM. I would sell the nexus to your brother and get the one.9 better molding capabilities as well so i have been told and felt on my foot
  7. Hi Miseaijeu, I just recieved a covert dt1 for valentines day and it is a 100 flex. I usually use a 87 flex bauer total one nxg. The covert does feel stiff when you lean on it and the bauer did feel the same at first and i am wondering if it will be to stiff, what is the rule of thumb so i can determine if i need a 85 flex? I am 210lbs and prefer wrist shots
  8. i just got mine and have used it for 2 games and 2 goals so far. The shaft of the nxg compared to the previous verions seems more square which i like. I feel the nxg is a tad bit lighter then the normal T1. I realy like the nxg for the puck feel and balance, the pucks fly off and are accuarete. So far i am very happy and i have yet to have any Bauer Duarability issues. My older T1 has last a season and a half, my APX has lasted a half season. The only downside to the NXG is i have the grip version and the coating is coming off down near the bottom from some face off hacks.
  9. I can't decide if i want a DT1 or a total one NXG. The feedback from the DT1 sounds positive. Anyone tried both of these sticks out?
  10. I am going to buy a pro stock APX the codes says A42-A SE and looking at the codes it is a european version. When looking at the stick it has the tac spiral and grip and is the same shaft dimension as a Total one. DO you think this may be a totalone with a APX blade? The blade defintley feels like a APX.
  11. When i bought my Cl they fit good out of the box and i was amazed on how well the skates mold. I had the guy at the LHS squeeze the ankle so i would have no heel slip and a good ankle lock. The skates are highly moudable but if you are experiencing pain in the fore foot i did not feel the skate expanded in that part. I have owned the last 3 gens of the reebok pump skates and they are good but do break down quickly, i was told that the 20k is stiffer and well made.
  12. I agree on the canucks sale, prices were too high and the equipment was beat down. $200 for Burrows warriror gloves with holes. I was hoping for practice jersey's, no luck
  13. (The RS definitely felt lighter in the store, but the Mako felt more balanced. Just got my Mako, trying it in my game tomorrow.) Let us know how it is in your game. Im on the fence with the Mako as i have not had much luck with Easton sticks and im looking to buy a new one. Its between the Mako or wait for the Bauer Nexus
  14. I liked the reeboks (and i have used every generation pump version) as they are more comforable but durability was a issue as in a season the tendon guard ripped and the boot became very soft. The Bauer One100's are a stiff skat and i like the stiffness of them but my foot did not fit the toe box correctly so i was basically trying to make the skates work and it was not comfortable. The reebok's are made in Canada and the outside is defintely more durable then the Bauer's and i know its just cosmetic but the Bauer started to peel in certain areas. I am now onto the CCM CL and these are the best ones i have used It all comes down to fit
  15. I have used both skates, i am in the CL's right now and find the fit better than the reebok and the boot is stiffer. I found that the Reebok 11k's broke down after a half season and were soft in the boot, the tendon guard also ripped. The big fit difference is volume i found the reebok did not lock in the heel as much and you had to resort to the pump a lot. The reeboks are a comfortable skate and the lace lock is a nice feature but when heat molded they did not react as good as the CCM. It is a personal choice and i find the CCM to be a better performing skate