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03-24-2006, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by stick9
Not true if the skate is supposed to be heat molded and it's done correctly.
No, actually it's very true and common sense. The whole point of heat molding is the stretching and...HEATING...of composite materials. When you stretch and heat these materials, they become weaker. The internal and external liners lose their stiffness faster. Some sections of the boot will just "rip" far faster from heat molding.

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