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FROM SKATELOG FORUM HOST KATHIE FRY IN MARCH OF 2020:
This announcement is to let everyone know that after hosting the SkateLog Forum and its predecessors for nearly 20 years, I have decided it is time to permanently turn the forum over to a new owner and administrator. I cannot think of anyone more suitable to take on that role than my SkateLog forum co-host, Florida skater Jessica Wright. I am pleased to announce that Jessica has agreed to establish and host a brand new skating forum, configured like the SkateLog Forum, but with a new name and a new Web Site. This new forum is 100% owned and operated by Jessica.

NEW FORUM NAME: SkateDebate Forum
NEW WEB SITE: SkateDebate.com
NEW OWNER AND ADMINISTRATOR: Jessica Wright
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Old September 20th, 2014, 12:57 PM   #1
Feuizl
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Hi guys!

Thanks for approving membership, Jessica

I recently bought a pair of Seba High Black based on forum posts from Skatelog. So thanks to all members sharing info about that model. I'm very pleased with it apart from the very narrow fit. I'm looking into ways of blocking out the boot to allow for extra space to accommodate mild hallux valgus/bunion. Will need to check with Seba if the material can withstand heating and moulding.

I'm 38 years of age, new to inline (apart from a summer vacation when I was 15), from Oslo, fairly good balance and body control and I'm looking to rocker my wheels soon. That will be the next thing I'm researching, especially what type of wheels and hardness. For instance, in banana rockering, do people use same wheel hardness or different in front, back or middle. I'm looking at a pair of Gyro GFR Slalom and Gyro Alice.

Good to be part of this great community

Edit: Is it possible to move this to the "Artistic Roller Skaters - Introduce Yourselves!" section? Thanks in advance.

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