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05-18-2009, 05:10 PM
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joeydzzle
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Originally Posted by Gunnar Stahl 30 View Post
you should not worry about that unti you are a better skater, imo
Yeah... but i was thinking that if i get my skates profiled so that its flatter with less of a curve making them more stable. This should make me more comfortable stopping, skating, pivoting.

It's wierd because i can hockey stop so-so with my equipment off (i still have to think about it, its not second nature like with my other skates) but when i put it on, i feel like my skates are just gunna slip out from under me. I have off thursday so i'm planning on putting my equipment on and just practicing skating at my local rink for hours. if i don't get it by then i'm going to get them profiled.

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