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Supra 535 Ice Skate

* Regular depth instep with a curved heel shape and a narrow fitting heel * XLPE Teclite mesh composite quarter construction for pro-level support * Thermolam construction system allows heat molding of boot and support as part of the heel lock system for comfort and versatility * EVAFit AirNet lining system is lightweight, durable and wicks moisture away from the foot * CompTech outsole provides excellent boot / blade interface * Re-designed, wider grilamid toe cap provides durability and protectionHolder/Runner: * Size 1 - 5, 12+: Cobra Pro2000 * Size 5.5 - 11.5: Cobra NT3000
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I have a high instep and high arches
How do graf rate and fit ?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Mass.
on Supra 535 Ice Skate
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The Graf Supra 535 Ice Skate has a regular depth instep with a curved heel shape and a narrow fitting heel. Thermolam construction system allows heat molding of boot and support as part of the heel lock system for comfort and versatility.
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