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RangersMoogle 02-24-2006 06:45 PM

Baking inline skates.
I picked up a new pair of inline skates, and I've baked my ice skates before, but was wondering if I can do the same for my inline skates. They're the CCM PF6 model, is taking the wheels off and baking them a bad idea?

Scotty Hockey 02-24-2006 07:19 PM

Not a bad idea at all. I've been playing roller hockey for years and get my Missions baked immediately upon purchase at the skate shop. While I can't attest to how much making will help a CCM pair in particular, the idea of baking blades isn't a bad one. Same kind of boot so why not?

Seth Lake 02-24-2006 08:30 PM

Never done it myself, but always have my inline skates baked at the pro shop. I wear TOUR skates though, but have coached several players that wear CCM's and all have also had their skates baked.

Just make sure to take out the wheels first! :biglaugh:

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