Can they? Yes
Should they be? NO!
Beyond the damage that is mentioned in the other answer, you also have to consider that having it done in store guarantees that it is done the right way - that you sit and let them set, that you don't have any problems, that you don't void any warranties ... and they are youth skates, so you might not get accurate instructions from the internet.
When we got our son's pair baked, it was a 45-60 minute process.
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
I would not suggest baking these skates at your home. There is a good chance you could damage the boot and/or holder. I would suggest going to a local pro shop to be safe. If you do not have one close to you, there are instuctions on the internet on how to heat bake skates at home but again I would not suggest doing so.
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answered 2 years, 10 months ago