> > They are probaly going to charge quite a bit, and I've played hockey for a
> > while now and there is no way in hell I would where those Nike Figure Skates!
> Sundin uses a pair that are entirely black except for a white swoosh
> symbol on the heel. I'd consider wearing those. On the other hand I'd
> have to sign the same fat contract Fedorov did to wear those grey and
> white "moon boots." But then again what goalie wears brown pads anymore?
> Pretty soon they'll become commonplace. Has anyone seen the Bauer Air
I would have to agree that eventually they'll be relatively commonplace.
Styles always change and even though some traditionalists will always
want thing to stay the same, they won't. Not that being a traditionalist
is bad, it's just the way things are. The skates are very different, but
I don't think they look that bad. I would also like to note that from
what I can see around here, I think that the kids around here would all
like to have Nike skates. I don't know if Federov's Nike skates will
ever be commonplace, but I would bet that some form of Nike skate will be
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