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04-17-2009, 04:14 PM
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vivianmb
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Originally Posted by hoefs13 View Post
I've had both a pair of Grafs and a pair of one70's punched out though both were on the heels. I developed some sort of bump on my heels from the Grafs rubbing. Anyway, it seemed like the Grafs were no problem, but I could see on the one70's that they torched the heels first before they punched them. I didn't care, simply cosmetic, but they were able to do it. However it sounds like your problem is in the toe area. On all my skates, the toe cap is a different piece than the rest of the skate. I don't know what they would do with it or if they could even reach into the toe with a punch. If they were able to do it, I would think that it would be permanent. If you were to get it punched out then punched back in when it heals I would think you are running the risk of damaging the structural integrity of the skate. Those are my thoughts.
i have 'em also they are called ganglions. if you care.

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