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Old June 27th, 2017, 12:01 PM   #7
WJCIV
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What sort of shoe are you wearing? If it has a soft sole that could allow the doop part of your setup to wobble no matter how rigidly you hold your foot. And if the wheels are wobbling enough to get further on their edges while you are trying to skate a straight line, I could see that causing problems.

Sketchers has a few lines of shoes that have thin soles. Or you could go the Vibram Five Finger shoes route. Maybe a good first step would be dress up shoes, which tend to have less cushioning than cross trainers.
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