Rollerblade Maxxum 90 男士滑冰鞋
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I was expecting a break in period based on my experience with the Bravoblades. After a couple times out with the Maxxums, it is apparent to me that this break in will not be nearly as lengthy as the Bravoblade break in was. If you do not want to break in a pair of skates, then the soft boot might be better for you. My experience is that hard boot styles roll on for years after the soft boots have worn out.
Some of the reviews really worried me after I ordered these so I will try to clarify as to the disparity in reviews ...
1. The sizing is fairly true but a little small, I would recommend ordering 1/2 size larger than your sneaker size. I bought size 11.
2. If you have a wide foot (mine is medium), I would consider another skate. I am sure that the hard boot would be unforgiving for a foot wider than my own.
3. Some reviewers criticized the skate for uncomfortable ankle fit. I did not have a problem, but I have long lower legs and my ankles are probably more slender than most at the point where the padding surrounds the ankle. My advice is this: Measure up 8 in. from the bottom of your heel onto your ankle, then measure the circumference. Mine is 10 in., and the ankle on the skates (size 11) is just perfect. If your ankles are considerably larger, then you might want to consider a different skate.
When they arrived, I put them on and walked around on the carpet for an hour or so to see where they were likely to hurt during break in. They did seem slightly problematic on my arches. As a result of this, I placed strips of duct tape onto my arches under my socks before my first couple outings, this is a fairly sound tactic for any new skates but for hard boots in particular. I did not get blisters as a result.
I wanted to give these five stars but one side of one of the pull up straps was mis-attached and would have pulled out as a result if I would have used the strap to pull the skate on. These are my skates, now, so I put additional stitching into the attachment of the straps using a high tensile thread, the straps will be fine with the fix. I know that many people would be very turned off by this sort of thing but I find such sewing problems rather common in this day and age where I assume that the person that made this stitch was probably working 18 hour days for pennies (Made in Thailand).
Hope this helps, once again, very, very nice skates but not for everyone.