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01-25-2008, 09:32 AM
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OT: Where can I Oven heat mold my new skates?

Ok guys, I recently got this skate and I've been searching for a store to mold my skates without success, so can you guys recommend me a place in Montreal, where I can get oven heat and to mold my skates, thanks in advance for the help..

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Can skates that have already been molded get re-done? I have a pair that I bought off my cousin before the start of this season and his foot is a bit more narrow than mine and I've thought about getting them molded. They're Bauer Vapors, can those even be molded?

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Your oven. You can do it at home. Works fine.

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i had my goalie skates done at play it again on decarie.....

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Your oven. You can do it at home. Works fine.
Any tips on how to do it?

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Any tips on how to do it?
There was a thread about molding your skates at home in "the rink" forum: http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t...ng+skates+home

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My last pair I molded, I threw in the oven at 275* for 14 minutes. Be very careful of the blades when you take them out. Put them on and lace them up as tight as you can and wear them till they cool.

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Any tips on how to do it?
Oddly enough, it involves putting your head into the oven at 400 degrees to start with. And dont forget spices for your skates. Dont ask me why.

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