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MyBoxersSayJoe

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MyBoxersSayJoe last won the day on April 19 2017

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About MyBoxersSayJoe

  • Birthday October 10

Equipment

  • Skates
    Bauer Vapor APX (custom by DarkStar50)
  • Stick
    Bauer Nexus 1000, True 6.0
  • Gloves
    Bauer Vapor APX2 Pro
  • Helmet
    Bauer REAKT
  • Pants
    Tackla
  • Shoulder Pads
    Bauer Vapor 1X
  • Elbow Pads
    Reebok 12K
  • Shin Pads
    Bauer Vapor 1X
  • Hockey Bag
    Whatever they gave me in high school

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    Male
  • Location
    New Joisey
  • Interests
    Hockey, cars, computers, chicks
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  1. Hmmm. Nexus are their higher volume skates, right? I only ask because my Vapors are completely custom, so that boot may not be best for me in stock form. When I had stock Vapors 7EE worked for my forefoot, but I got heel lift. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bauer-Nexus-Skates/193507713577?hash=item2d0df56229:g:zQsAAOSwPKZexAYh
  2. Hmm. I'm now seeing that Marsblade O1 chassis are in stock. Can I order just boots from somewhere? Or will everything I order have chassis and wheels on them? I did check sidelineswap for skates in my size, nothing much near it. Maybe just these cheap Tours in 7R: https://www.hockeymonkey.com/roller-hockey/skates/senior/tour-roller-hockey-skates-volt-kv4-sr.html Or Bauers in &R:https://www.purehockey.com/product/bauer-rs-inline-hockey-skates-senior/itm/36675-41/ Then get a Marsblade 01 chassis wheels and bearings. Then have them mounted and life's good? Okay skates for $400 + shipping & mounting?
  3. I'd liken it to being on a 15' radius lol. My ice skates are a quad profile.
  4. I have clunky old leather Bauer Supremes that are like torture devices to my feet. In ice hockey skates, I have custom Vapor APX's that are 6-5/8 EA and 6-3/4 EA. Basically 27 CM x 11 CM on both feet, so that makes my ratio 2.45. Does anyone have a suggestion for a pair of skates for me to just get out and exercise in. Preferably just good enough that I won't have to modify or upgrade anything, but not top of the line since I probably won't be using them all the time once ice rinks open up again.
  5. What's a SuperDeker? I was about to, but the skate does not seem like it'd fit my foot well. I'd order some cheap boots that would separately, but I don't think any hockey shops are open to mount them. Plus, they keep pushing the release date back from what I've seen.
  6. Just wondering if anyone is taking the time to work on something specific, or what they're doing just to stay in shape or involved with the sport? I broke out my old inline skates and skated a few blocks and got winded. I probably should continue to do that and/or get new inline skates. I have all my stickhandling stuff in my unfinished basement. I should probably work on that as well. There are a few hockey documentaries on Amazon Prime that I watched that really make me miss the game.
  7. Switched to Lizard Skins. You can get them in different thicknesses to achieve the feel you prefer.
  8. Definitely had a set of Jones shoulder pads. Blue with white plastic. I definitely never got hurt with them.
  9. Definitely. Bounced my head on the ice as a Learn to Skate kid slammed into the back of my legs. Wear a helmet.
  10. @Amazinmets73 Looks great! And something I'm totally guilty of and not even just on jump backs, is not shifting the weight to the inside leg and loading up for the first crossover. For the most part you're nailing it, there are a few times where you're not putting as much weight or pressure to the inside leg on the jump back and you're having the outside leg, which is extended for the stop, do all or most of the work. You're going such a great job with the smooth crossovers in the second video. Nice and level, no bobbing. Fantastic. Seriously, keep up the great work. Have you been playing in pick up or any game situations at this point?
  11. Grafs came with Tuuks before the Cobra holders were developed.
  12. My friend who just returned to hockey after a hip replacement, swears by the new Tackla girdle.
  13. Thanks, guys! I'm still waiting for them to get me a list and pictures.
  14. Stick and Puck would be the way to go. It's just open ice where you can bring a couple of pucks and work on whatever you'd like.
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