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Overview of Graf G755 Pro Ice Hockey Skates
- Relatively affordable
- Exceptionally comfortable out of the box
- Great performance
- Fused holders and runners
Review of Graf G755 Pro Ice Hockey Skates
The Graf G755 Pro ice Skates blend traditional skate comfort out of the box with contemporary performance and components. Utilizing 4K composite materials and a liner with many layers, the Graf G755 Pro Senior Ice Hockey Skates were created.
Graf skates are famous for their superior build, functionality, and comfort. Graf wants to maintain its reputation for innovative design and high-quality goods, which can only be accomplished through the skill and workmanship that go into each Graf skate.
Let’s review more features of this skate
Technical Features of Graf G755 Pro Skates
Weight: 865 grams (Size 9)
Heat Moldable: Yes
Quarter Package: Reinforced PRO Microfiber Composite
Ankle Padding: Memory Foam Anatomically
Heel Support: Deep V-Heel Fit
Tendon Guard: Traditional Flex Guard
Lining: 3D PRO Black and Yellow Breathable Brushed Nylon Comfort Lining
Footbed: GRAF Hockey Standard Anatomical Footbed
Outsole: 4K composite outsole
Tongue: GRAF Hockey Standard Flex Tongue with 10mm Thick Protective Felt
Toe Cap/Box: GRAF Hockey Competitive Grilamid
Blade Holder: GRAF Ultra 5000
Runner: Ultra 5000 Stainless Steel Runner
Warranty: Boot (90 days) Holder (365 days) Runner (90 days)
What is the Graf G755 Pro Skates made of? Are they durable?
The boot quarter package, which has traditional-looking stitching, comprises a blend of 4K carbon fibers and heat-moldable microfibre. The boots become less rigid and incredibly comfortable as a result, albeit at the expense of slightly less protection.
The plastic protective cover on the side of the forefoot both shields the athlete and increases the skates’ longevity in this vulnerable area. As one of the best heat moldable quarter panels GRAF Hockey has ever created, GRAF uses a reinforced PRO microfibre composite quarter panel.
For maximum support, the G755 Pro has a stiff tendon guard. However, the outsole comprises Peakspeed 4K carbon fiber, which offers torsional stiffness for improved energy transfer and lighter weight.
Graf employed a pre-molded, multi-density liner for the toe cap that offers thermal and physical protection and comfort. The boots rest comfortably at the ankle thanks to the specifically shaped inside paddings, keeping your heel fixed and your feet firmly anchored.
In terms of fit, the PRO G755 is somewhat looser around the forefoot and toes up front while being very snug in the heel. Compared to other high-tech tongues, the heat moldable flex tongue with extra thick felt protects and secures the foot better.
These skates feature a comfortable boot thanks to Graf’s extensive use of high-quality materials. It’s fantastic to see Graf include the FlexFit collar and other features, even though they are nothing new compared to other high-end skates.
How does Graf G755 Pro Skates Perform?
The boots’ 10-mm felt tongue keeps the top of the foot as pleasant as possible, mirroring the comfort of the liner itself.
The Graf G755 Pro has a standard footbed consisting of brushed microfiber and molded arch support. A pair of heat-moldable Orthotic footbeds are supplied in the box for improved comfort and fit.
Thanks to the composite midsole and outsole’s enhanced boot strength, the base of the skate has better blade control to maximize energy transmission. They’re coupling the Graf 5000 Holder with replacement Cobra 3.0 stainless steel runners with a 10 ft radius to enable more precise and rapid turns.
The Graf G755 Pro skates continue to have the most comfortable toe box on the market at this time, thanks to the padded toe box, which is still a standard feature.
Is there a difference between the Senior, Intermediate, Junior, and Youth versions of Graf G755 Pro Skates?
When you first put your skates on, push your foot forward until your flat toes are just barely touching the toe cap. You can see behind the heel of your foot as it descends the skate by bending your knee forward.
The skates are too big if your finger can comfortably fit behind the heel. You should insert your fingers into the skate with your heel firmly in touch with the back of the skate.
Hockey skates should generally fit one and a half sizes smaller than your shoe size. A different fit could exist for every athlete, though. The bulk of the audience members anticipate a close contest. You should if, for example, your American men’s shoe size is 9.
SENIOR Hockey Skates
Adults and fully grown children with a Men’s US shoe size of 8 or larger can wear skates.
Intermediate Hockey Skates
Kids between the ages of 10 and 13 who wear US shoe sizes 5 to 7 can fit into intermediate hockey skates.
JUNIOR Hockey Skates
made for children who wear US shoe sizes 2 to 4.5 and are between the ages of 8 and 10.
YOUTH Hockey Skates
made to fit children with US juvenile shoe sizes of 1.5 or less who are nine years old or under.
Our Verdict/Overall Thoughts on Graf G755 Pro Skates
All things considered, Graf G755 Pro is a high-performance machine, yet certain compromises had to be made to keep the price tag at US$549.99.
I strongly recommend these skates for players looking for comfort and finesse to up the level of their game.