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12-15-2011, 01:55 PM
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Skates outsole coming apart

Ive had a pair of mission skates since January, and are starting to get Outsole Seperation. Is there anyway to fix this, or its just time to buy new skates?

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And this screw wont go back in

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Ive had a pair of mission skates since January, and are starting to get Outsole Seperation. Is there anyway to fix this, or its just time to buy new skates?

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And this screw wont go back in
best bet is new wheels

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best bet is new wheels
How are the wheels making the outsole seperate?

And i just got brand new wheels in September for the beginning of the season.

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Epoxy? Might also want to get those rivets fixed up at a shop.

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How are the wheels making the outsole seperate?

And i just got brand new wheels in September for the beginning of the season.

sorry when i say wheels i mean it may be time for new skates, it looks to me like the boot is worn out, how old is the boot? new skates might be your best bet

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sorry when i say wheels i mean it may be time for new skates, it looks to me like the boot is worn out, how old is the boot? new skates might be your best bet
Bought them in January. Been using them 2x a week since then.

If im getting new skates im considering Bauer XR3's.

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whats the price range your looking at, and what did you pay for the ones in the pictures

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What kind of skates are those and how much did they cost?

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whats the price range your looking at, and what did you pay for the ones in the pictures
The ones in the picture are an older model, i think Mission Proto VS. Bought them for 100 bucks. So i guess i got what i payed for.



Buying new skates, i dont want to spend more than 175-180.

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Well cheap skates are cheap for a reason...get something with a composite outsole, that should last a good while longer.

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Well cheap skates are cheap for a reason...get something with a composite outsole, that should last a good while longer.
You guys got any suggestions for skates? Dont want to spend more than 180.

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best bet is to go to your local store, not a all around store, like a sportchek or such but one that specializes in hockey stuff, and get their advice. but the under 200 dollar range, don;t expect them to last long. they are made cheap so their durability is quite low

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