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U+ Crazy Light Green Ice Skate

Commitment is measured by the bruises on your arms, the gaps in your teeth and the skate on your foot. The New CCM U+ Crazy Light is the only skate built with ultra reactive U FOAM technology. The U+ Crazy Light conforms to every contour of your foot. It fits better on your foot, so you can perform better on the ice. Only one question remains. Are you committed enough to wear CCM? * Match your skates to your team's uniform * U Foam Pro quarter core provides a super-light internal support that not only saves tons of weight, but also molds to your foot perfectly * Vector Armour Surlyn quarter package provides Pro-level ankle support while maintaining comfort and low weight * Anti-microbial liner with branded grip helps keep your foot locked in and germ-free * Lightweight carbon composite exhaust outsole translates your foot movements directly to the ice with minimal energy loss * CCM Armour tongue provides an additional layer of protection * E-Pro Holder and stainless steel Pro-Formance scalloped runner help save additional weight * Made in Canada
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Switching brands?
Would it perhaps be bad to switch from being in Bauer skates my whole life then switching to CCM be an issue?
Skill Level: Advanced
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 3 years, 10 months ago
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Anonymous
on U+ Crazy Light Green Ice Skate
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answer 1
I'm 43 and switched from CCM to Bauer this year.
Used Bauer as a youth, then CCM in my 30s.
What do you mean whole life? 15 years?
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answered 3 years, 7 months ago
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ljk106
answer 2
You definitely need to take into consideration the different fit of CCM versus Bauer. The CCM will have a more narrow heel and mid foot areas. This could give you an entirely different feel when you are skating.
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answered 3 years, 10 months ago
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