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04-06-2012, 06:01 PM
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evilmishi
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Right foot gets cold when I skate.

Hey guys,

so everytime I skate, my right toe always gets cold.
I wear ankle socks when I skates, and my left foot is always warm, and my right foot gets cold.


Any ideas why?


if it matters, I wear rebook 4k's.

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Anything restricting your circulation? And not to be that guy, but there's no hole in your skate is there?

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Might be circulation, possibly bruising. I took a shot to my finger and had a nice bruise, when I was watching a game in a cold rink, the bruised finger went weird and tingly, and colder than the rest of my fingers.

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You're cutting off circulation. When I crank down my 703s, the front half of my feet get really cold and then go numb by midway through the second period.

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skates are either to small for you or your lacing them up too tight. Is it the entire foot or just a specific area( toes, heel, etc)

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circulation for sure. loosen up those laces

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So there is no hole in my boot.... hahaha

And I went skating today and i tied my skates a lot looser, and my foot still got cold.

Could it be the skate?

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i have this problem with my one80 too. there's a gap between the boot and toe cap.

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Try wearing thinner socks and if they're the newer 4K, go easy on the Pump.

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If it's not circulation then try thicker socks. Is this only when your skating?

If not go to the doctor, could be a clot.

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If it's not circulation then try thicker socks. Is this only when your skating?

If not go to the doctor, could be a clot.
Why?

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