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Old October 19th, 2006, 06:31 AM   #1
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Hey Gang!

To add to my already confused state, I'm thinking about getting an in-line set up to add to my new quads

I'm looking into the Snow Whites and the company that sells them in the US also sells the Belati Boots. I currently have the 297 Riedell. How do the Belatis compare?

As always, any advice is greatly appreciated.

Skate on!
Liz
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Old October 19th, 2006, 10:14 AM   #2
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Hey Gang!

To add to my already confused state, I'm thinking about getting an in-line set up to add to my new quads

I'm looking into the Snow Whites and the company that sells them in the US also sells the Belati Boots. I currently have the 297 Riedell. How do the Belatis compare?

As always, any advice is greatly appreciated.

Skate on!
Liz
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For Artistic skating, stick with the quads for now. The art skaters I know who do inlines learned how to do jumps and spins on quads first. I tried a few inline Art skates, the triax on a silver star, and a Pic skate on a gam boot, and every thing was a lot harder to do.

If you want to skate outdoors, or go fast indoors, try some fittness inline skates

Time for me to go back to sleep

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