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Old December 3rd, 2017, 04:32 AM   #1
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Default XK-4 S/A cushions

Hello Doc.
Skating S/A XK-4's because that's what I rolled on years ago and I love the S/A.
My new plates have stock cushions that are just slightly softer than a Mack truck leaf spring.
I am going to guess they are polyurethane of a fairly high durometer.
My old skates had rubber cushions that were substantially softer.

Are their any options for softer cushions out there?

Thank you in advance.
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