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Synergy se16 skate break in

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10-16-2009, 11:48 PM
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Synergy se16 skate break in

These are the first composite skates I have had. How much break in can I expect and how long will it take? Also, can these skates be baked more than once? I had them done once but they don't feel as good as I think they could.

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My brother has the 16's - it took him a bake then a few skates to get them feeling good.

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10-17-2009, 12:44 PM
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Yep what the guy above just said .... skate baking doesn't break in skates. It forms it to your foot but you still need to play a few times to break them in.

Baking quickens the break in time but does not break them in from what I have understood in discussions in here.

My vapors took a few skates to settle in after being baked and I expected that thanks to this wonderful forum of knowledgeable peeps.

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