December Figure Skate Boot of the Month: 910 LS

Written By: Riedell | December 1, 2011

One of the most popular pages on our website (more than 1,700 skating fans viewed the page in October!) is for the 910 LS our December Boot of the Month. The 910 LS is part of our Instructional Series of boots which is great for intermediate skaters moving into more competitive jump combinations, like a waltz-toe loop or more challenging spins, like a sit spin.

Skaters interested in the 910 LS are looking for flexible support and reinforcements to help master competitive skills on the ice. What features of the 910 LS will help take your skating to the next level?

  • Because the 910 LS is part of Riedell’s Light Series and is lighter than other traditional boot designs, it is a great boot for perfecting jumps and spins.
  • A lower backstay collar offers great support for the lower leg.
  • The 910 LS is the only Instructional Series boot designed with a tongue lace bar and three hook lacing pattern.  Together, these features provide a comfortable, flexible fit.
  • Plus, Dri-Lex™ lining helps keep your feet dry even after hours training on the ice.

The 910 LS is recommended through ISI and USFSA Basic Skills Freestyle 3 & 4 and pairs wonderfully with our Eclipse Crescent our Quest Onyx blades.

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