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Old March 21st, 2018, 02:26 PM   #1
wayne300
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Question Need help building new skates

I'm about to build a new pair of skates and was wondering if anyone that had both the Riedell Solaris and the Bont Quad Racer boots could give me a good comparison. Which is lighter and more comfortable out of the two? Also, anyone, that skated on both the Labeda Proline plates and the Snyder Advantage plates I would love to hear your opinion on them as well. Which of those two plates is lighter and better for speed but still corner as well? Or is there a better lightweight plate option? I just got back into skating recently I am 200lb and like to speed skate and do a little shuffle skating as well. Any advice would greatly be appreciated.Have a blessed day!!

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