True TF7 Jr. Hockey Skates
The boot is True TF7 is a culmination of thousands of foot scans and hundreds of hours of development to get as close to a tailor-made skate fit as possible. The True TF7 shell uses TRUESHELL tech, their own one-piece fiberglass shell that creates the thermo-shaped boot and gives it the best fit. TRUESHELL tech that winds down on the boot and toe provides superior protection while eliminating weak points around areas with high impact. True TF7 has an anatomical felt tongue that creates a rigid, contoured design. This traditional feel and fit means that the tongue provides increased comfort for all players. For the interior of the skate, True went with a blackwick lining the entire inside of the boot. This antimicrobial moisture-transporting lining helps keep your feet dry while providing increased comfort. True has also implemented a custom fit system with the TF7 insole. This insole integrates suitable inserts to accommodate feet with low, medium and high arches. The placement of the fit inserts is marked on the insole for easy placement to ensure the correct fit regardless of the arch type. The lower part of the True TF7 uses brand new versatile SHIFT holders. The SHIFT holders have improved BenchChange technology that enables faster replacement of steel without the need for a special tool. Simply pull back the blue slider, snap out the steel and replace it with a new steel. These holders are specially designed to prevent you from wasting time on the ice. True TF7 will also use SHIFT steel in stainless steel. The steel in stainless steel provides a dense, durable stainless steel that keeps a sharp edge over time. True TF7 will be thermoformable to further enhance the fit and comfort of the skate and ensure that your foot has the best fit inside the boot possible.
If you are a player looking for a skate with fit and dynamic performance, look no further than True TF7.
Sizing Guidelines: When you receive your skates, try them on and push your foot forward so that your toes (while flat) barely glance the toe cap. Bend your knee forward and look behind the heel of your foot down the skate. If you can fit a finger behind the heel easily, the skates are too big. A fingertip should be securely wedged between the heel of your foot and the back side of the skate. While all players might have their own preference for fit, hockey skates should be 1 ½ sizes down from your shoe size. For most players this will be close to the proper fit. For example, if you are a US Men's shoe size 9, you would want to go with a skate size 7.5.
|True Junior Skate Sizing Chart|
|Skate Size||EU Shoe Size||Measurement (cm)|
|Please note: Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.|
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