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SP-Teri Helium Boots
« on: May 11, 2011, 09:11:38 AM »
I just saw a post on SP-Teri's Facebook saying they have a new line of "Helium" boots that are supposed to be very lightweight. 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/SP-TERI/120611134631040#!/photo.php?fbid=219629008062585&set=a.145756702116483.30176.120611134631040&type=1&theater

I found this comment online:

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For higher-level skaters Jesse speaks highly of the SP-Teri boot because “it is a comfortable, quality, durable boot”. There are three customs options for their higher-level boots. They have an easy break-in process; offer padding, as well as Heel Hugger with Achilles tendon padding. The Pro-Teri is lightweight and they are soon coming out with a helium version boot that only weighs around 1lb 3 oz.
Dec 2010 - IceTalent http://www.icetalentinc.com/2010/12/13/boots-and-blades/

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