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Old January 11th, 2017, 01:19 AM   #1
thesavo
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Default Ankle pain in Rollerblade twister

I upgraded to the rollerblade twister 80 from my k2 exo because I want to learn slalom on good equipment.

I've skated in them four times already. I have some serious pain in my right foot. It's my inside ankle bone. Even just putting them on, hurts
I wear a size US 9 men's sneaker. My exos and the twisters are both US 10. I had no pain like this in the exos.
I already wear two pairs of socks for extra padding.

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