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The Tour Thor 909 Roller Hockey Skates are an excellent price point skate perfect for recreational players and those just picking up the sport that want a skate that will offer a little more performance growing room. The Tour Thor 909 skates feature the Tour Force all purpose wheel that can be used on a variety of surfaces.
- Model Number: 52TA
- Heritage: New
- Level of Play Guideline: Recreational
- 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 Package:
- Composite Reinforced
- Lateral Support System
- Heel Support:
- Heel Stabilizer
- Comfort weave lining
- Tongue Construction:
- Form Fit tongue
- Felt tongue liner
- Injected TPR outsole
- Tour Aluminum 6000 frame
- Tour Round Two-Piece 6mm Silver Axles
- Tour Force 76mm
- all purpose formula (about 78A)
- Weight of One Size 9D skate: 1202 Grams
Comments: I know this is an entry level skate but I am not happy with them. Boot is super soft, I don't play but I am an experienced skater who played D1 college hockey. I skate with my 7 year old son who is in a learn to skate roller hockey league. After a few months the boot started to separate from the chassis and the heel flexes every time I pivot. Seems to be a common problem. Contacted Tour and was told my warranty was only 3 months, but they did make good and they sent me a new pair of skates which I sold on Ebay!
From: Buffalo, NY
Comments: Very much a beginners skate, too soft for me, the boot is seperating from the chassis on both skates, i'm 210lb. Do yourself a favor and pay more for a better skate.
From: Craig, PA
Comments: I bought these skates maybe 5-6 months ago and I totally regret my decision to buy these. The boot is coming apart from the chasie and the boot is soft and caving in. These skates are an absolute mess the wheels suck also they get banged up in a couple uses. I am upset with tour because i expected better from them but these are crappy skates.
From: Alex, NY
Comments: Just getting back into inline hockey, bought these skates because of the price. They broke in very quickly, and I have been more than happy with their performance. Other skates in the same price range only have ABEC 5 bearings and the difference between those and the Thors with the ABEC 7's is pretty noticeable. The only thing I have been unhappy with is the wheels, mine are already destroyed. However wheels are going to wear out sooner or later so upgrading now isn't a big deal.
From: Tom, Michigan
Comments: My first pair of real hockey skates and i love them! They're a bit uncomfortable at first, but every pair of skates are like that. They broke in quickly and pretty light. I have no complaints so far. I love them! I've been told also that the wheels should be replaced because the original ones wear out really quick.
Comments: Nice entry level skates. Great bang for the buck. Definitely great build quality for a lower end skate.
From: Chris, Bayport, NY, USA
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