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08-31-2006, 06:50 PM
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Salming F1's

If I get the Salming F1's, what would I have to do to adjust the T-blade? Or can I start skating out of the box? I've heard the t-blade system is nice, but requires adjusting.

Also is "D" width normal? Or is that still extra wide? Anyone have any shoe size/salming comparisons?

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Idk about any of your questions besides the sizing. Salmings are made pretty wider...bit wider than Tacks even supposedly.

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OK, but I see D's attached to other brand's sizes. Is there a difference between 9 and 9D or would those be the same?

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OK, I know a majority of people know the answer to this.

Is 9D the same as 9?

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OK, I know a majority of people know the answer to this.

Is 9D the same as 9?
I think so. I think D is the standard width. Some companies choose to put it in their sizing, others may only list the width when it's non-standard. My RBK 8k's have D in the size on the toungue. It made me think twice.

As for the t-blades. From what I have read, if you can order the same radius and hollow you are currently using the adjustment period is a lot less.

BTW, I've heard nothign but good things about the Salming F1's.

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I think so. I think D is the standard width. Some companies choose to put it in their sizing, others may only list the width when it's non-standard. My RBK 8k's have D in the size on the toungue. It made me think twice.

As for the t-blades. From what I have read, if you can order the same radius and hollow you are currently using the adjustment period is a lot less.

BTW, I've heard nothign but good things about the Salming F1's.
Thank you so much! Much appreciated

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