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09-02-2011, 08:34 AM
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Fred89
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Today i've done a little bit of feet measurements to see if my feet are even: i've found that the right one is a little bit shorter and wider than the left one. Essentially it's 27cm vs 26.8cm of length and 10 vs 10.3cm of width.
Tried the Ratio Method so it gives 2.7 and 2.6 respectively, meaning that one foot is a D and the other one is an E (according to that method).. By the way i think that with some baking i could fit in a D without huge problems.. What do you guys think?
And also, do you guys think that is better to get a skate that locks better the smaller foot, even if i might have problem of pain with the bigger one, or do i have to get a skate that fit the bigger one and eventually put something on the toe for the smaller foot to reduce space?

I'm planning to buy Supreme One60 or 70 because i loved the feel of my One 20.. even if i've found the wider and shorter foot to have difficult on having a firm lock with the skate.. (but they were a bit oversized in length)


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