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Dick's Sporting Goods
(812) 335-1377
College Mall
Bloomington, IN
Athletic Field Development Llc
(812) 333-8304
3375 S Walnut St
Bloomington, IN
Southern Indiana Scuba
(812) 336-2527
1023 S Walnut St
Bloomington, IN

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Indiana University
(812) 855-2231
1025 3/7 St
Bloomington, IN
Hoosier Heights Indoor Climbing Facility
(812) 824-6414
5100 S Rogers St
Bloomington, IN
Bicycledoctorusacom Kestrel Releigh
(812) 825-5050
8551 W Gardner Rd
Bloomington, IN
Big Marks Tackle Shop
(812) 824-4868
9430 S Strain Ridge Rd
Bloomington, IN
(812) 334-4178
1301 S Fenbrook Ln
Bloomington, IN

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Hoosier Elite Wrestling Academy
(812) 824-4392
5526 S Boruff Rd
Bloomington, IN
Bloomington Country Club Pro Shop
(812) 332-3025
3000 S Rogers St
Bloomington, IN
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Why Are My New Skates So Uncomfortable

April 21, 2010

Why Are My New Skates So Uncomfortable?

QHi, Bill: I just bought my first pair of inline speed skates and am finding them very uncomfortable compared to my Salomon fitness skates. I expected this, but how uncomfortable is normal? The fit of my skates seems fine. But my ankles are wobbly and the 100mm wheels seem enormous. What should a speed skate feel like? I would appreciate your advice. - Thanks, Carrie

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Hi, Carrie: You are right. Fitness and speed skates are miles apart when it comes to comfort. But here's the painful truth: speed skates shouldn't be comfortable when they're new.

Speed skates are like Army boots: they need to be broken in. And if they don't hurt your feet and feel too tight at fir...

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