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03-11-2014, 03:54 PM
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moreoutdoor
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Originally Posted by jhr1986 View Post
Thanks for the help you two, I appreciate it. In my noobness I assumed skates would be like hiking boots in that the more money you spend the better they are for your feet, regardless of experience level. Looks like I'll be looking at the under $150 range.
you might consider staying with skates which are heat-moldable. This makes a big difference, not just in comfort, but also edge control, overall performance, and having a removeable runner is also a nice feature and consideration, although not a deal breaker on a good skate/good price.

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