Can/should you bake rollerblades?
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06-05-2012, 06:37 PM
Join Date: Nov 2010
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Time for some new blades, and here are some related questions:
Can or should you bake new rollerblades?
Are there particular blades that should be baked? Are there particular blades that should not be baked?
Will a regular (ice) hockey pro shop do it for me?
Does anyone use Easton blades? I'm leaning toward picking up a pair of Eastons, and I'd be interested in opinions of their roller equipment.
1. If you CAN bake them, I would highly recommend it
2. I don't know
3. You can do it at home no problem, just don't forget to remove the wheels.
4. I've got the Easton SE 16 Inline Skates and I absolutly love them. Very protective and after backing them they fit perfect (never had a blister) The only thing you might say against them is, that they are slightly on the heavy site
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