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Bauer Inline skates 62$ reg price 180$

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[Canadian Tire] Bauer Inline skates 62$ reg price 180$

I found a pair of pretty decent inline skates at Canadian Tire for cheap. (reg price is a bit over-inflated but definitely worth 62$)

They had tons of sizes. Great for exercising this summer :D



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Thanks. which montreal CT was it? Is that a 10EE? That's my hockey skate size. Are inline skates the same sizing?
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elixer wrote: Thanks. which montreal CT was it? Is that a 10EE? That's my hockey skate size. Are inline skates the same sizing?
Yup same sizing. Essentially identical boot to an ice skate... 10EE jeez you guys have HUGE wide feet!
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elixer wrote: Thanks. which montreal CT was it? Is that a 10EE? That's my hockey skate size. Are inline skates the same sizing?
It's in Saint-Leonard. However this might be Quebec/Nationwide.

Not too sure about how sizing works for hockey skates, but I can tell you that I usually wear 10.5 to 11 in shoes and I had to get a size 10 in these.
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Definitely for roller hockey...no brakes on those bad boys
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Are you able to add brakes to them though? Been looking to get a decent pair of inline skates just for an hour or two of skating around my neighborhood every day.
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What model is this? Thanks
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theosis wrote: Are you able to add brakes to them though? Been looking to get a decent pair of inline skates just for an hour or two of skating around my neighborhood every day.
Hockey style skates usually aren't able to add brakes. Unless there's something I don't know about, but I've been using hockey inline skates for years.
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Thanks OP. They didn't appear to have this deal at my local Canadian Tire but while I was there I found a pair of CCMs that were on clearance from $129 down to $50.
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Thanks OP what location did you visit?
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strippedaway wrote: Thanks OP. They didn't appear to have this deal at my local Canadian Tire but while I was there I found a pair of CCMs that were on clearance from $129 down to $50.
Same, I went in looking for this deal, and I did find them but they weren't in my size. So I kept looking and found the CCM's at a price I'm more fond of :)
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Tip: For hockey skates get ~2 sizes smaller than your shoe size.
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Wow! Is this leftover stock from the 90s?
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LilSteve wrote: Wow! Is this leftover stock from the 90s?
These are essentially hockey skate boots but with the runner and holders replaced with a roller chassis and wheels. I get that roller blading as exercise was a fad in the 90's, but plenty of people still play roller hockey today, and these skates would be great for anyone looking to get into it.
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merciscool wrote: Hockey style skates usually aren't able to add brakes. Unless there's something I don't know about, but I've been using hockey inline skates for years.
Mine have brakes...I removed them for roller hockey.
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strippedaway wrote: Thanks OP. They didn't appear to have this deal at my local Canadian Tire but while I was there I found a pair of CCMs that were on clearance from $129 down to $50.
matt1396 wrote: Same, I went in looking for this deal, and I did find them but they weren't in my size. So I kept looking and found the CCM's at a price I'm more fond of :)
Mind posting a picture or model of the CCMs? I'm going to CT tonight to check it out!
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