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11-27-2010, 10:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Teppo View Post
Not sure where in VA you are, but Laurel Ice Gardens in Laurel MD has a decent selection of skates and staff that really know how to fit them properly. They also have equipment for stretching and punching skates if needed.

I bought a pair of Reebok 6K's there for $199. Considering the sharpening and baking is free, and you do not pay for shipping this was a far better price than anything online. I am sure it is not a skate that NHL'ers are wearing, but sure seems like a nice skate to me.
Thanks, I'm actually not in VA anymore for the most part so I wouldn't be able to get to any of the shops up in the DC area. I've been looking at the 6k's and they are on my radar. I have a narrow ankle but a slightly wide forefoot so I am hoping to be able to try on skates at some point before January.

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