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Are Easton hockey skates any good?

Overall Impressions. Easton has taken big strides with their skate development. Not only did they present a good look, which some may argue with, but the construction of this skate seems far superior to some of their past releases. Overall fit is excellent, and baking should yield an even better fit.

Does Easton still make hockey skates?

Easton was such a big part of so many kid’s and pro’s game! Bauer’s parent company Performance Sports Group acquired Easton Hockey in 2016 and they no longer make equipment under the name.

How tight should ice skates be?

How tight should hockey skates fit? Hockey skates should be snug, but not uncomfortably tight. When unlaced, your toes should just barely touch the toe cap. When standing in your skates with them fully laced, you want your heel snug in the heel pocket, so your toes have a bit of space at the end.

Why do the sides of my feet hurt when I skate?

Your ankles and feet will deeply hurt as a result of your muscles not used to the skate or boot. You will notice some vibrations and strain along your ligaments called plantar fascia that support the arch of your foot. This arises because these ligaments feel some extra load on them.

Are roller blades supposed to hurt?

No, skates are not supposed to hurt. They may feel tight when they are brand new, and loosen later however.

Why do my feet hurt so bad when I roller blade?

Your rollerblades hurt for one or more of several reasons: skates too big, too small, wrong shape for your feet, you’re skating with an odd form, your muscles are not developed enough, you have an existing medical condition, some combination of these, or you simply need to break the skates in.

Is roller skating bad for your feet?

There are so many health benefits of roller skating, from building muscle and improving balance to improving cardiovascular health and stamina. However, like any other sport, roller skating can sometimes cause foot and ankle pain.