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Old February 27th, 2015, 11:46 PM   #25
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Thank you for the cushion suggestion. I will definitely give that a try. Unfortunately, I cannot buy new boots right now, maybe the cushions will
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Another thought occurred. Blisters mean movement. Perhaps you foot does not move skating on the flat, but the extra push on a hill is doing it. An extra pair of socks, and a 2nd insole in the boot. A normal insole, not a gel. Gels really don't go well with skating. I used a Rebel boot for a long time, and got along with it well. I never thought my foot was moving in it, until I skated a Bont and felt what a really well held in place foot feels like. THEN I could tell my foot was moving in the Rebel when I would skate it. But fortunately, I did not have any ill effects from my foot moving in the boot. Yeah, more socks, or a 2nd normal type insole. Gotta snug up your foot in there some without killing the foot in the process.
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