Re: Place a vote for the most comfortable inline skates ever!
It is a tough question you ask and I think by the response to this post .... you have the answer.
There is no such thing as the "most comfortable skate ever" becuase it completely depends on your foot shape and skating style as to the comfort of the boot for you as an individual. I would say the boot that gives the least ammount of dead space, when you put your foot in it, will be the comfiest boot ever ... for you but prob not for me.
My vote for comfort goes for the Vector PF10's, this is because I have skinny ankles and heel and the Vector wraps around it well. Plus the lack lock keeps my foot inplace and stops slippage i.e. blisters and wasted energy transfer, but again, someone with wider ankles and bigger heels probably wouldn't see a benefit in that.
The material used in Tours always seems comfy, but the boot is just too wide even D width and just doesn't fit my foot. Same with Missions, but these are a bit better for me.
If you are starting to play again, go to your local hockey shop and try different pairs on that are in your price range and suit how you skate. An ice boot conversion set up may suit your more, Grafs, Mission's ice range, Eastons etc etc that don't range inline boots.
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