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The Tour Code MX roller hockey skate offers Tour's championship proven Code 1 boot technology at a great price! The Tour Code MX offers high end comfort with the same quilted padded liner used in the higher Code Carbon Pro skate. The Pro Teck™ support package on the Code MX hockey skate is more ideally built to support entry to intermediate level of play. With this combination, the Code MX will conform and fit your foot right of the box. The Code MX hockey skate comes equipped with Labeda's fast Humer frame that speeds around the rink on big 80mm wheels.
- Model Year: 2011
- Model Number: 62TA
- Heritage: Tour Code MX continuation
- Level of Player: Ideal for the beginner to intermediate level of player
- Fit Guidelines: General fit aspects of the Tour boot are med-high volume, wide heel pocket, medium-wide across top of foot and forefoot and toe box. Traditional stance.
- Sizing Guidelines: Tour skates generally fit a 1 size down from your regular shoe size
- Quarter Panels:
- Code 1 technology equals weight reduction without sacrificing the structure of the boot
- Pro Teck™ quarter panels - Results in weight reduction and added strength
- Ankle Foams:
- Memory Foam comfort fit
- Quilted Dri-Vecc™ Memory Soft liner - Wicks moisture and maximizes comfort
- Heel Support:
- Reinforced tendon guard
- Ankle/heel stabilizer support system
- Tongue Construction:
- Felt tongue
- PVC outsole
- Double layered toe side patches
- Direct Power System (DPS™)- This is a cavity in the front portion of the outsole allowing larger 80mm wheels to be recessed into the skate. Therefore, the skate can use all 80mm sized wheels to increase the player’s speed and maximum grip, while still maintaining a low center of gravity.
Low center of gravity = more control more speed!
- Labeda's Hum'er Shadow frame:
- 6000 Aluminum frame
- Stamped construction
- Two piece axle design
- The Humer frames are the only frames on the market that can take all 80mm wheels
- Wheels: Labeda Xtreme Wheels:
- 608 hub design
- Soft (76A) compound for maximum grip for indoor play
- Wheel sizes:
Skate size - Wheel size
Skate size 5-6 - 76mm
Skate size 7-12 - 80mm
- Bearings: Bevo ABEC 9 608 bearings
- Weight of 9D skate:
Comments: I am a beginner and these skates are great for price. Comfortable from
start. I used indoor and outdoor and they are holding up well. I would recommend new
wheels. Ones with skates not too good. I will be upgrading to better skate soon and
Tour customer for life!!!
From: Mark, New Jersey
Comments: I have had these skates for a year and a half now and they are starting to crack on the bottom. The
inside is being worn out and falling apart more and more after every use. The bearings broke quickly and had to be replaced. I DO
NOT PLAY HOCKEY ON THEM. I work at a skating rink and use them for recreational skating as well. They were great until about 2
months ago when they started slowly falling apart. But since i use them nearly five days a week, it's understandable. Great skate
that will last a while with moderate usage, but what do you expect for $100.
Comments: The Tour Code MX were easy to break in. They broke in very quick and the wheels lasted for a couple
months but I ended up replacing the bearings and the wheels for better ones. If you use them outside, then the boot will look
crappy pretty fast. Buy some bones bearings and hyper wheels and they're okay skates. I wish I would've gone with more
expensive ones. Still a good skate for the price.
Comments: This skates are a fantastic deal my son in love with them and my wallet is very happy i would tell all my
friends about this place,thank you very much
Comments: Comfortable skate, but not durable. The Shadow Labeda Shadow
bending at about 6 months. The inner chasis supports broke and the pins
holding the boot at
the front came out. Loved the skates while they lasted, but they hardly
lasted. Go with a
From: Steve, Loveland, CO, USA
Comments: Good skates to begin with but not realy a hockey player but iv had these skates over 4 years
now only thing i do with them is race at (skate odessey in hornlake) great skates though all my friends have some and bought
them for me to try i ended up wearing them for so many times i forgot how to jam skate because the skates are so comfortable i
forgot i even had skates that's how good except for the silver part on the side though see all of my friends are serious racers and
sometimes when we come in to turn. We hit each others skate and they get scratched up on the side but on the other hand these
skates are great for bginners though and you guys have great prices B^)
Comments: I am an older skater just getting into in-line hockey and these were my first serious skates.
Afer the inital break in period, these skates were great. They fit wonderfully and were very responsive. I found the original wheels
a little soft for my taste but that is just a preference. My one complaint is that after not quite two years, the outsole on both skates
has cracked. I know that they are not the top of the line skates but I would have liked to get a bit more use out of them.
From: Eric, FL
Comments: Overall: These are wonderful skates! i recommend for beginners and intermediate players
PROS: -durability: chassis, laces, toe (extremely hard) -no more blisters/foot cramp after only a month or two of moderate use -
definitely gives you the speed you need for roller hockey -my teammates tell me "dude you're gonna love those skates" and after
two yrs of use they do not disappoint CONS: -white wheels are just awful for sport court and asphalt as they get dirty as hell... the
wheels are pretty bad all around get new ones quick -slightly bulky and heavy for my taste NOT A HUGE PROBLEM! -inner padding
disappeared (but after 2 yrs what do you expect?) however they are still surprisingly comfortable -the shiny stuff on the sides
looks a lil goofy to me but if you like it go for it :) GREAT BUY FOR THE MONEY!
Comments: Decent overall skate for the price, good for beginners, and slightly past beginner. More
advanced players will find support lacking, not to mention the boot will break down fairly quickly on you. Decent cheapo wheels,
they won't last long, but aren't bad for this price range. For what its worth I'm very hard on skates, I actually ended up breaking
the frames on these doing jumps, etc.
Comments:[I am an avid middle school roller hockey player who plays on sport court in 70-80 degree
summers and 30-40 degree winters (Georgia weather) and here's my take on the TOUR CODE MX inline hockey skates...] great
intermediate skate, lasted me about a year (3 seasons + summer recreational use) very quick break-in period with no comfort
problems afterward; my very first skates ever (bauers) gave me blisters after half an hour of skating, but these dont give me
blisters ever pros: very durable, comfy w/easy break in, looks cool, moderate wheels cons: shiny parts on sides get scratched a
lot(doesn't look so cool anymore but I'm just picky), a bit bulky/heavy for my taste but again not a huge problem all around, a very
durable and responsive beginner/intermediate skate with no real problems! I recommend to novice or intermediate players
HOCKEY RULES!!!!!!!!!!!! rock on to all of you hockey players and fans Thank you Inline Warehouse for making it easier to play the
greatest sport ever and your prices are beast :) :) :)
Comments:They are comfortable and allow you to go fast. The wheels they come with stink...they slide
way to much (replaced them with Rink Rat HotShots, work great) Overall definitily a great skate for what there worth.
From: Ragman USA
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