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  1. I was just looking at those skates at Source for Sports as well. The CCM Ribcor Platinums (a 68k with 70k tongue and steel). I was pleasantly surprised to see they have a $50 promotion running right now, so they are only $349. Right now I have a pair of CCM Super Tacks. They fit great, but I think they are just too stiff for me. I thought I'd give the Ribcors a try and see how they feel.
  2. Helmet: Bauer Reakt 75 w/ Reakt Titanium Cage Shoulder: CCM U+ Pro Elbow: CCM U+ CL Glove: Bauer Vapor APX2 Pants: CCM QuickLite QLT Shin: Bauer APX2 Skate: CCM Super Tacks (just purchased today - previously skating in Bauer Supreme 180) Stick: True Xcore 9 85 flex, TC2 curve Bag: CCM 260 backpack
  3. I am curious if there is a difference in boot stiffness between the Bauer Supreme MX3, 190 and 180 skates. I know they all use the Curv Composite quarter package, but is the layup and manufacturing process of the boot different so that the higher end skates are stiffer? Reason I ask is that I am looking to get new skates, and the Supreme line fits me best, and I'd like to go with a Curv composite upper because I hear it molds well to your foot after baking. However, due to recent injuries (left broken ankle, right broken kneecap), I'm finding I can't get deep into my stride like I used to, and I think I might benefit from a "less stiff" boot.
  4. I am curious if there is a difference in boot stiffness between the Bauer Supreme MX3, 190 and 180 skates. I know they all use the Curv Composite quarter package, but is the layup and manufacturing process of the boot different so that the higher end skates are stiffer? Reason I ask is that I am looking to get new skates, and the Supreme line fits me best, and I'd like to go with a Curv composite upper because I hear it molds well to your foot after baking. However, due to recent injuries (left broken ankle, right broken kneecap), I'm finding I can't get deep into my stride like I used to, and I think I might benefit from a "less stiff" boot.
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