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01-18-2007, 03:51 PM
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Originally Posted by JLHockeyKnight25 View Post
What model skates do you have?

I think I had a similar problem with an older pair. The chassis was really heavy and I think it caused this problem. Basically after a few years of use, the boot seemed to bend so that the blades were leaning toward the outside, pronating like mentioned above. Even though my feet were flat against the bottom of the boot, the skate was still sideways because upper parts of the boot were bent, and I couldn't fix it. I fixed the problem by getting a new pair of skates.

Like I said, I think a lot had to do with having a bad pair of Missions with a heavy chassis. You get what you pay for. If you have a lower end pair, try investing in skates with a really light chassis, not only will it fix the problem but it will making skating a LOT easier.
Mission 500.

I'm thinking about getting a pair of Bauer Vapor XR-Lites.

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