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Graf Canada LTD. Ultra G5 XI Ice Skate

* V2 Carboframe technology, integrating a carbon-fiber core fused to the PE insole for optimum rigidity and strength resulting in unmatched responsiveness and energy transmission * EPP teclite mesh monocoque quarter construction to give full integration of the frame to the quarter structure for optimum strength and responsiveness * Thermolam-construction system allows heat-molding of boot * AirNet lining utilizing the evaFit moisture management system to wick moisture from the foot while minimizing moisture absorption and providing improved drying time * Anatomical ankle padding for maximum foot comfort and heel lock * New wider grilamid toe cap provides extra durability, protection and additional width * Aggressive forward angle for maximum agility, while providing for fuller stride extension and energy transfer per stride
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Questions & Answers for Graf Canada LTD. Ultra G5 XI Ice Skate

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what is diff b/t graf g5 and g5 xi?
asked 2 years, 4 months ago
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Anonymous
on Ultra G5 XI Ice Skate
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answer 1
The G5 Xi is a slightly lighter skate that features the NT lite ultra 5000 holder and a V2 carbon frame. The Xi has a slightly different fit as well. The G5 Xi heel of the skate is slightly more narrow than the G5. The Xi mid foot has a regular fit and the forefoot has a wider fit than that of the G5. The boot construction of the Xi is EPP Teclite Mesh Monocoque Composite, which makes for a stiffer, lighter boot.
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answered 2 years, 4 months ago
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what are the instructions on baking these skates?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 30-39
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Moon Township, pa
on Ultra G5 XI Ice Skate
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answer 1
The best way to do it is set your oven on the lowest temperature (180° is ideal). Place skates in oven for about 10 mins. Remove skates and tie them up as tight as possible for about 15 mins. Best to do it while sitting stright up in a chair
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Gender: Male
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