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Anjin-san

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  1. I'm currently in a pair of MX3's size 7D. I've read that the new Fit 2 is equivalent to the D width. Can anyone advise if the lengths are consistent (ie, the length of a MX3 size 7 is the same as an Ultrasonic 7)? I'm guessing that I'd fall into a size 7, Fit 2.
  2. Hey JR, I’ve noticed that the 2018 Bauer catalog has not been published. Is it (or the 2019 Bauer catalog) coming at some point, or is that a thing of the past?
  3. Where exactly are the nicks, on the skating surface of the runner or along the sides? Can you post a picture?
  4. I've heard that Bauer will repair it by replacing the entire piece.
  5. While I do like the one piece injected lacing on my MX3's, I have observed that many pro stock Bauer skates utilize conventional eyelets. It's my understanding that when ordering custom skates if you increase vamping, you forfeit the injected lacing. As much as I like them it's clear that the injected lacing is something many pros wearing Bauer skates manage to do without. Just an observation.
  6. I believe the boot itself is less stiff due to how the Curv material is layered.
  7. Has anyone had any more experience between the 2014 Supreme skates and the current 2016 models? In particular I'm curious if in fact the 1S and S190 do in fact run larger than the MX3 and the 190.
  8. Definitely looks to have more volume.
  9. Does it really matter whether the sizing lines up or is consistent with another brand? Regardless when getting fitted you're always going to try on several sizes anyways. I understand that it can be an annoyance. However I would never blindly buy new skates in a particular size based solely on past experience with a previous model. I'll always try on several pair to ensure a proper fit.
  10. Played 2 games with the Speed Plates in my MX3's. They seem to take up a hair more volume than the stock footbeds. I just barely fail the pencil test on the MX3's, most like due to the injected stability lacing. Therefore I started getting some lace bite by the end of the second game. As for the Speed Plates themselves, they were comfortable, but I can't honestly say that they performed better. Just my opinion of course.
  11. I got size 7 plates for size 7D Supreme MX3's. Fitted them last night and there is a tiny amount of space between the front of the Speed Plate and the front of the toe cap. However that's no different than how the stock insoles fit and there's no movement whatsoever when the skates are on and laced up. I'll skate in them tomorrow night. So far they are very comfortable.
  12. Just got mine and molded them in my MX3's. I won't be able to skate in them until Thursday but I'll come back with an update.
  13. Not sure if this has already been posted but Ice Warehouse has all sizes in stock. Just ordered a pair the other day. Can an anyone advise if Speed Plates take up less volume than Yellow Superfeet?
  14. SeanCornell91, can you advise if either these or the original Yellow Superfeet take up more volume when compared to stock Bauer footbeds? I really like the Yellow Superfeet and have recommended them to several friends of mine. My only issue is the loss of volume. Also, how do these compare to the Carbon Superfeet? Thanks!
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