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12-03-2012, 02:28 PM
Jive Time
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
While that may be true, not everyone has the talent, time, and coaching to become very good skaters. I'd say it's better to adjust your equipment to your skills and enjoy your time on the ice.
Totally agree with Jarick here. Find that sweet spot that works for your skill and comfort level. For me, 5/8 is perfect with the just the right amount of bite for the ice I skate on. I never fear a new edge.

Also, not all shops are created equal. Find one you like with a good reputation, stick with it, and you will get consistent results.

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