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Dick's Sporting Goods
(314) 649-1400
Westfield Shoppingtown West County Mall
Des Peres, MO
Big Shark Athletic Co
(314) 862-1818
6176 Delmar Blvd
Saint Louis, MO
Athletic Marketing & Promotions
(314) 535-3057
4963 Manchester Ave
Saint Louis, MO
Commercial Fitness Solutions
(314) 645-4200
1140 Edward Ter
Saint Louis, MO
Squad 1 Sporting Goods
(314) 862-9339
6372 Delmar Blvd
Saint Louis, MO
Dick's Sporting Goods
(636) 536-3718
64 Thf Boulevard
Chesterfield, MO
Triple A Golf & Tennis Club
(314) 652-6698
5163 Clayton Ave
Saint Louis, MO
Markwort Sporting Goods
(314) 206-7200
4300 Forest Park Ave
Saint Louis, MO
St Louis Cardinal Clubhouse Shop
(314) 863-9210
2433 Saint Louis Galleria
Saint Louis, MO
Lady Foot Locker
(314) 862-9323
2484 Saint Louis Galleria
Saint Louis, MO

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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