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01-05-2011, 08:52 PM
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Thresh
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Originally Posted by adaminnj View Post
As for baking, take them to a shop to have them baked. It's worth the little bit of money to get them baked as opposed to baking them and taking a chance on ripping out an eyelet or worse. (Especially since you are not familiar with skate technology)
Yeah, good point well made. I'll do that, thanks!


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Originally Posted by MushyBushy View Post
If you want to have them done properly then hop on a train to Sheffield & head to Puck Stop (Inside Ice Sheffield, next to the second rink). They have a proper skate oven & charge around 20, but go when a public session is on & you can then sneak onto the ice to try them out
Haha, i like your thinking! And i've already thought about doing that. I may as well too seeing as i need to get a cheap pair of inline skates for roller hockey and would need to choose them based on fit. Also this is where i went originally to get my Missions anyway!

Any idea what bus would get me from the main train station to Ice Sheffield? On the assumption that you know the area well, haha.

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