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09-01-2006, 05:09 PM
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Originally Posted by EmptyNetter View Post
I've never tried these skates so forgive the dumb question but are you tightening the laces before or after pumping up the skates? If you haven't done this already, completely loosen you laces, slide your foot into the boot, pump up the skate and then tighten your laces last as needed. I imagine you're tigtening the laces so they're nice and snug and then pumping in air and crowding your instep. The laces stretch a little as you skate so that's why the pain lessens.

If the pain were in the ball, arch or heel I'd say re-bake the skate.
I've never thought of that. THough right now I'm suffereing something horrible because I took a really hard slapshot off the top of my foot.

I think I may have to amputate it. (I'm really not serious about amputating it, but it hurts something terrible.)

I may have to invest in some lacebite pads considering I'm on the ice 3-4 times a week...maybe more if I play for 2 teams.

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