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True TF7 Skates
- Updated: June 26, 2020
True Hockey will soon launch the mid-price point True TF7 Skates.
The True TF7 skates, designed for competitive players who aren’t looking to break the bank on a pair of skates, are constructed using a fiberglass one-piece shell that features TRUESHELL technology. This technology provides players with an incredible thermoformable fit which also features unmatched power in every stride. This tech also seamlessly wraps around the toe box, helping to eliminate any weak points in the construction and provide incredible impact protection.
In front of the True TF7 skates, you’ll have a traditional felt tongue, good for providing ample lace bite protection as well as impact protection. Meanwhile, inside of the boot, you’ll find a black wick liner. This is going to help wick away sweat and keep your feet dry and comfortable while you play.
Moving below your feet, the True TF7 skates will feature a cool insole system that allows you to integrate a special fit insert to accommodate your arch type. There will be three different arch types available, low, mid, and high. You simply place the insert on the designated spot of the insole to ensure proper fit, and you’ll be good to go with a custom insole to help comfortably fit your foot.
Rounding things out on the bottom of the skate, the True TF7 skates will feature the all-new SHIFT holder featuring enhanced BenchChange technology. This new setup will allow for faster blade replacements without needing a magnetized blade change tool. You will love the efficiency of this new setup. The SHIFT holder on the True TF7 skates will be utilizing a SHIFT stainless steel runner as well, which will more than do the job for a competitive pair of skates.
The all-new True TF7 skates will be available starting July 16th in Europe, and August 13th in North America. Prices will start at $249.99 for junior sizes of the TF7 skates, while senior sizes will go for $329.99.