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01-22-2014, 03:23 PM
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soireeculturelle
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Tennis shoes (I'm talking about modern ones, not Adidas Stan Smiths or All Stars) could be a good option. Sturdier than cross-trainers and similar type of outsoles than basketball shoes, except with harder rubber compounds. They're built for the same types of aggressive cutting as you would do while playing dek hockey. have a good stash of various models and have used them for street and floor hockey for the past years with zero problems.

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