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Easton Stealth 75S Hockey Skate

Being the middle child is hard, but the Easton Stealth 75S Ice Skates hold their own...with a little attitude. Positioned in the exact middle of the Stealth lineup, the Stealth 75Ss offer a just right combination of technologies borrowed from its high-end siblings, without becoming a fully fledged top of the line skate.Borrowed from the 85S is the Molded Thermoformable Quarter Package, a mouth full we know, it simply means the boot is anatomically molded to start and can be baked to further form the boot to your ankles anatomy. This lessons the break in period and helps to prevent blisters.The 75Ss immediately give you a quick connection to the ice, just as the 85Ss would, with a low-profile outsole featuring Dry Flow. Not only does this outsole let the boot flex slightly with your foot, it also lets you feel every stride, corner, and cut straight from the ice to your feet, giving you the advantage. Dry Flow in the outsole is constantly working to keep your feet dry within the boot, ultimately keeping your foot in place rather than sliding within the boot because of moisture.As hockey players, we love those back to back game days and also dread them because our skates never fully dry in between games. To take care of that Easton has equipped the 75Ss with a quick drying moisture management lining. This liner is specially designed to dry skates faster, which in the end gives you fresh skates to step into before game time and reduces the risk of blisters.Each tongue features an anatomical profile with integrated lace bite protection which fits snug against the front of your ankle protecting you from shots, slashes, and the ever annoying lace bite.Rounding out the 75Ss are the Razor Bladz II Holders, designed with optimal height on the heel helping you stay power stance ready, on top of Eastons aggressive Elite Runners.Borrowing from your siblings is ok as long as you return it. Well we never said the 75S was the perfect middle child. With an attitude of their own the 75Ss bring advanced features for the advanced players, all at a great price.
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Customer Reviews for Stealth 75S Hockey Skate
Review 1 for Stealth 75S Hockey Skate
Date:4/7/15
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JCampbell
Skill Level: Beginner
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
Gender: male
Interest: Ice Hockey
Best Description: Player
Poor Quality
Cons: Quality
I'm new to hockey and was stoked to get a $300 skate for $130. Thought I was getting a heck of a deal on a decent skate that I would be able to use for my first couple sessions as I am just starting out. However after only 3 months of use I ripped the eyelet out of the right skate.
Review 2 for Stealth 75S Hockey Skate
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Heavy
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dastyukiandekes
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Skill Level: Advanced
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
Gender: male
Interest: Ice Hockey
Best Description: Player
99 Problems
Cons: not durable
I was really excited to get these skates on sale. A $300 dollar pair of skates for $150? Sign me up!
I had these skates for 3 months and they were nothing but a pain in the butt. First the steel design was poor, as the little grooves on each side of the middle caused the blade to "pop" out to the side. This resulted in needing new steel less than a month into owning them.
Fast forward to a couple months in, and not one, but TWO eyelets rip out of the skate. Luckily Total Hockey does the right thing and allowed me to exchange skates within warranty, but I would not recommend these skates to anyone after the hassle that they caused me.