Bang them against your head over and over again. Then take the skates to your local pro shop after you take yourself to the hospital.
Remove the entire skate blade holder - screws and all - from the boot, and replace it with a new skate blade holder with skate blade.
Yes, NikeBauer Supreme One90 Skate Blade holders do brake very easily. They are a new type of plastic that is lighter than the old ones but is not as strong. If you see a pair you will notice that they are clear and they are actually 3/4 of an inch thinner than old skate blade holders.
depends on the skate and the size but the average is about 1lb .1 oz
The Bauer 195 skate is very narrow in the heel but decently wide in the toes. You should try the Bauer Vapor x60s
The sharpness of the blade has nothing to do with the skate itself, but rather the person that sharpens it. Skates are usually sharpened once a month at Ice Hockey rinks with sharpeners, so it doesn't matter which skate you buy unless you buy a skate with the new T-Blade System. The T-Blade System sells blades separate from the boot, so you can choose both the sharpness and length of the blade.
they make about 120910291092019201$ per year on average
It will be just above the 500 mark
Bauer has 70% of the market share in the NHL currently
April 13th 2008
it's called the blade.