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11K White Pump Ice Skate 2010

* Redesigned Pro Armour IV quarter package is stronger, lighter, and more durable * Boot embedded with composites at 3-distinct zones: Spinal, Flexion, Abrasion to support all facets of skating * Deeper heel pocket and reconfigured ankle foams keep the foot locked in place * Improved pump location/size increases air bladder size and aids in proper foot position * Felt-foam hybrid tongue consists of 5mm dual-density base foam and high-density compressed EPE foam * Dual zone liner is one part tacky-Nash at the heel and moisture wicking Clarino liner throughout remainder * Lightweight carbon outsole harnesses energy transfer * Griprtonite footbed further keeps the foot in place * Proformance-lite runnerYouth features: * Max Armour IV quarter package * Nylon composite construction * Anatomical ankle support * Lightweight injected outsole * Anatomical felt tongue * Griptonite heel footbed * E-Blade holderPlease note: Youth model does NOT feature the pump.
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Questions & Answers for Reebok 11K White Pump Ice Skate 2010

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How does this tongue compare to the tongue on the APX or 7.0?
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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Anonymous
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answer 1
Both the 11K and the Vapor APX skates are great choices for any level of player. The 11K skate has a felt-foam hybrid style tongue while the APX has the Form Fit 3 tongue which is made from a more dense material that is more durable. If you are looking for the skate with a stiffer tongue to protect against lace bite, the APX would be the way to go.
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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Question
What size holders are on the 11k size 9.5 senior skate
i would like to change from the epro holder to the tuuk light speed 2 holder and runner and would like to know what size to buy
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: More than 5 times per week
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Chicago, IL
on 11K White Pump Ice Skate 2010
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answer 1
Your Reebok E- Pro holder is currently a 287. If you are wanting to switch to a Tuuk LS II holder you will need to purchase a size 280 holder and steel.
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