Thread: Feet Problems
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08-31-2010, 01:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
Both of these could be the same type of problem. When you are putting pressure on the front of your foot (as you would with skating backwards), it wants to flatten out, but if the boot is stiff and narrow, your foot has nowhere to go, so it curls up and you get pain and cramps.

One thing to try is to bring the skates to a good hockey shop and describe the problem and ask if they can stretch them or punch them out. Usually they do it for free with a sharpening. What they'll so is widen the boot very slightly where you're having pain.

The only thing I don't know is if cheap skates can be punched/stretched. Usually they can't be baked, but I think they can be punched.

I had SERIOUS foot pain with my skates when they were new, had them punched out a bit up front and problem solved.
Will that even work with inline skates

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