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05-12-2010, 06:28 PM
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Also, the OP points out why it's best to buy skates at your local hockey shop. Not only will they make sure that they fit you properly, but they'll also bake them and sharpen them free of charge when you buy them (at most locations).


The shop I bought my skates at would have charged me $65 to have them baked with the CCM fit system if I didn't buy them there. Sharpening is pretty cheap but for the cost I would have paid to have them baked and sharpened would have actually made the skates more expensive than if I bought them online.

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