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Do I need D or EE skates?
If the number is larger than 2.65, a normal width or D width, should be fine (much higher than 2.65, a width of C should be fine). If the number is between 2.5 and 2.65, try a wide or E width. If the number is under 2.5, an EE or extra-wide width may be best. via
Is EE width wider than D?
D-width is a medium for men, and a wide size for women. E widths are considered to be wide for men, and extra-wide for women. EE width shoes are extra wide for both men and women, and used to be harder to find for women, though more companies have introduced EE women's shoes in recent decades. via
What does EE mean in skates?
What does EE mean in hockey skates? Ice hockey skates come in a range of width sizes. EE is the widest fit. Generally for ice hockey skates the following letters correlate with different foot widths: C = Narrow fit. via
What does R mean in skate width?
R is wider than D. E is wider than R. EE is the widest width. via
Is your skate size the same as your shoe size?
Most roller skates are going to fit the same as your standard shoe size. So, if you wear a size 8 in your everyday shoes a size 8 in roller skates will fit. Most brands of roller skates will make their skates fit the same as popular shoe brands to make it easier to size. via
Do hockey skates fit like shoes?
A proper fit for hockey skates should fit 1-1.5 sizes smaller than your street shoes. Most skates use this formula (1 to 1.5 sizes down from shoe size), except Pre-2010 Mission skates which run true to shoe size. via
Who makes Graf skates?
85% of the skates produced by GRAF SKATES AG in Switzerland are sold worldwide. Main markets amongst others are Russia, Scandinavia and Germany. For the Japanese market ice skates are produced on particular lasts (shape of foots). via
How do you choose skateboard width?
What size skateboard should you get? We recommend starting with a skateboard deck width that is proportional to your shoe size. If you wear men's size 6.5 to 9, start out with a deck width of 7.5 to 8.0 inches. If you wear shoes 9.5 or larger, we recommend getting a deck between 8.0 and 8.5 inches. via
Do you size up or down for ice skates?
Bauer, CCM, and True hockey skates normally fit 1 to 1½ sizes smaller than your shoe size. For children, it is acceptable to order a half size bigger than that to accommodate growing feet; however, wearing skates any larger will cause blisters and will break down the sides of the boot. via
What size of skates do I need?
The general rule of thumb when sizing Bauer ice hockey skates is to go down 1.5 sizes from your shoes. For example, if you wear a size 10 shoe, it is best to start out with an 8.5 size hockey skate. For junior and youth size skates, you will want to go down just one size from your shoe size. via
What is D width?
D Widths. A 'D' width is the most common size for men and is considered a Normal/Medium/Standard width. For women, a 'D' width is considered Wide. via
How do you know if you need a wide shoe?
Review Your Measurements
Just remember that the need for wide shoes is about more than the width of your foot. It also depends on the length (your numbered shoe size) and whether you're a man or woman. For instance, if your foot is 3.75 inches wide and you wear a size 5, you'll need a wide fit. via
How big is EE width?
Wide EE measures from 3.4 inches to 5.4 inches across the bottom of the ball of the foot, depending on the length of the foot. For example, a male who wears a size 9 and has an extra-wide foot would measure approximately 4.3 inches across the bottom of the ball of the foot. via