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Written on: 15/07/2012
these skates are awesome! i use them about 3 times a year and they work great for about 8 years! i highly reccommend these skates… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2010
I have owned two pairs of these skates. The second pair is on it's 6th year of hockey/reffing. I am on the ice probably on average 4 days a week and these skates just keep holding up. I would buy another pair in a second if I can find some. Great buy… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2006 by Seward (13 reviews written)
After my CCM Vector 3.0's let me down I decided to try their 952, what a welcome surprise. To start they were on for $179.99 Canadian regular $450, and then Sportchek heat moulded them to my feet skipping most of the break in time. They fit great from day one, and only got better. I have played one full season on them (five games and three practices a week) and they have held up great. I don't have a lot of money to spend, and now that I got my 952's I see I don't have to spend a lot to get… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2005 by quimper (1 review written)
All in all,CCM 952 Super-Tacks are probably the best skate on the market for the casual player who plays a lot. Great support, and the heat-fitting makes break-in a lot less painful that any other skate I've ever owned.
Tip: If the heel support is bothering you, skip that hole when lacing until you have the boot fitting perfectly. It allows you to break the skate in in two stages… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/10/2004 by Superphone man (8 reviews written)
These CCM 952 super-tacks are the most comfortable skates on the market and also the best looking. They offer great support and flex. The only bad thing about these skates is the price, at £280 they are not cheap but if you pay peanuts, you get monkeys… Read Full Review