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Offline Sk8Dreams

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Edea Boots
« on: September 29, 2011, 01:23:19 PM »
It's been a long haul, but I am finally happy with my new Edea boots.  I never have the arch pain that I was getting with my custom Klingbeils on my right foot, and I don't need to tighten them as tight as my Klingbeils.  My heels never slip!  I am still a big Klingbeil fan, and continue to recommend them, but the Edeas are working better for my particular problems right now.  One thing I hate about the Edeas is that the lining is perforated.  Since I skate bare footed, it leaves little dots on my ankles, so I've taken to wearing Silipo gel sleeves.  I wish they were lined like the Klings!
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