CUSTOM SIZE ADJUSTMENTs
GET A SKATE THAT FITS
The shell of an Adapt skate is meticulously designed, considering the most prevalent podological issues. As a result, the standard skate offers an excellent fit for the majority of skaters.
Unlike typical hardboots, the Adapt shells are not shared among multiple sizes. Instead, each EU size has its own distinct shell, tailored with specific adjustments in length, width, and even height.
However, we offer some additional custom adjustment options if needed.
DO YOU HAVE WIDE FEET?
In addition to our standard-width shell, we provide the option for custom adjustments to ensure the perfect fit for you. You can choose from a wide shell (+3mm overall) or an extra wide shell (+6mm overall).
Adjustments to width are made in the fore/midfoot area.
ARE YOU IN BETWEEN SIZES?
Are you searching for that perfect fit, but find yourself in between two sizes? Don't worry!
We provide the option to create half EU sizes. In that case, we use the smaller shell size to ensure the best fit width-wise. We then make adjustments to the toe area, granting you an extra 3mm of space lengthwise.
PART OF THE SERVICE
All custom sizing adjustments are completely free of charge, as we consider them an essential part of our service in providing you with your ideal Adapt setup.
Interested in learning more about these adjustments and how to obtain them?
Simply send us an email with the pictures as shown below. Check out our Find Your Size page for more info.
Based on this information we can determine whether these options are benificial for you.
Take an insole from a pair of skates or shoes. Stand on the insole, with your heel placed correctly in the heel pocket.
Mark with a pen or a piece of tape where your toes reach on the insole.
Take a topview picture of your foot on the insole. Make sure we can see the whole foot and insole, like on the example image.
Measure in a straight line from the center of the heel to the top edge of the insole.
Take a topview picture of the ruler on the insole. Make sure we can see the whole insole and your marking of where your toes reach, like on the example image.
Place a ruler under your foot at the widest point (most often around the ball of your foot). Make sure the ruler is placed perpendicular to your foot, so you are measuring in a straight line.
Take a topview picture. Make sure we can see the ruler and your foot, like on the example image.