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03-01-2013, 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by w00t99 View Post
Yeah to be honest with you, I'd prefer it was either the sharpening or somehow my skating and not a larger scale issue with the skates.

I'm taking them to a shop tomorrow that is very reputable and the guys are experts at what they do so we'll see. Hoping they just need a proper sharpening and have my problem fixed for under 10 bucks
That probably is it... Canadian Tire is a place notorious for bad sharpens after you buy skates there because they aren't properly trained and don't do it enough there. But I agree with AIREAYE that it's not right to jump all over the "kid" before we even know what the problem is.

(Btw, the fact that he's a kid means nothing. If he was trained right and has experience there's a good chance he's better than most sharpeners you'll go to)

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