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Bebai wrote:I owned a pair of fr2s n found them extremely bulky [..]
Teach wrote:Hello ppl,
I have a big dillema. Since here i can buy only Rollerblade, i wanted to go for Fusion GM. I wear eu47 (31cm) for all of my shoes and snikers and the shop that sells RollerBlade has only 30.5cm.
At Rollerblade sites it says that they fit true to size or even if u want a tight grip u can go to minus one size.
My question is should i go for Fusion GM (30.5cm, which 0.5 smaller that my other shoes) or i should go Fusion 84 which has my size (31cm)
I want to use my skates 2-3-4 hours in a row, maybe more maybe less and if its hurt my feets it would really suck
And i dont have a chance to try them since i will order them via internet.
btw i dont know difference between Fusion GM and Fusion 84 model, but there is not much talk about FUsion 84 model so im a bit affraid to go for them since not many ppl is buying them and there is probably a reason for it.
tnx in advance
Cormac wrote:I got the RB 90 a couple of weeks ago, after a few years of not skating. The reason I chose them after trying numerous others, including soft boot skates, is their responsiveness due to the hard shell.
I've got about 16 hours use out of them now and finding them very fast and responsive. I'm using them with thick socks as I can feel the hard shell through the liner in places but still happy with these skates. They really feel sharp, giving me a feeling of good control, with every movement of my foot being transmitted to the skate.
I tried on the Seba GT 90 but didn't find the fit of the boot suited my foot shape, which is on the narrow side.
Teach wrote:I guess i should go Twister or Seba FR 1, whats the difference between these two skates?
Bebai wrote:Thanx 4 the mini review. Nice to hear from some1 who's had an experience using the RB-10. I figured the liners might b thin cos the twisters are . I don't really mind though. Any other thing else u might have to say abt it?
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