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Zuperior M - static86

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Profile - Zuperior M

Steel – Step 272

Hollow – 3/4"

Skates - CCM Super Tacks size 8 with Superfeet Carbon pro hockey inserts.

About Me –  I've been skating regularly for 10 years, started in my early 20's and have been working on my skating ever since. I've done several power skating classes to help improve along with plenty of extra ice time to put it all together and practice. I am usually on the ice 3-4 times a week between beer league and sticks and pucks. I had my skates profiled for the first time about 3 years ago to a 10' and it was an immediate improvement to the stock CCM steel which did not seem very consistent. I've been curious about trying some other profiles and came across the Prosharp Project and it seemed like a great way to find out what works best for me.

Review -  Vs the single 10', this profile felt worse in mobility, slower in acceleration, it felt more stable, and had a little more speed, but that could be due to the fact that I felt more stable so I was able to carry the speed better/more confidently. Forward and backward skating felt alright but anything laterally or trying to make quick cuts and moves felt like I was skating in mud. I couldn't get the quick little bursts of speed and felt like I had to work a lot more which was evident by my calves burning after an hour of skating. I do think it might benefit from from a shallower RoH. So far out of the single 10', the 10'-20' and the Zuperior M, I like this one the least. That might change as I have a couple more profiles to try out.

Acceleration - 2

Mobility - 1

Stability – 4

Speed – 3.5

Profiles I've tried rated best to worst:

1. 10'-20'

2. 10' (control)

3. Zuperior M

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