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Do the skates have baking directions
assuming they are bakeable for fitting.
ie temperature and times?
temperature sticker?
Are they an upgrade to u10
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 3 years, 10 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Michigan
on U+12 Ice Skate
4 answers
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answer 1
Yes the skate is bakable but you should have your local sporting goods store bake them for safty reasons. Also, the outside shell is stronger for better protection.
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answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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Stats
answer 2
If you are paying $400 for skates just take them to your local hockey shop to bake them, don't take the chance to ruin your skates in your home oven.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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Green
 - Chicago
answer 3
These skates were made to mold to your foot very quickly
Take them to your local pro shop and they will bake them for you, then within 2 skates they should be feeling good.

the U+12 skates will be the closest thing to the crazy lights, the only difference is the material on the inside and they are built in Thailand, not Canada.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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answered 3 years, 4 months ago
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CSMITH13
 - Dallas
answer 4
Preheat the oven to 175 degrees. Once oven is at that temperature, turn the oven off. Place one skate on a baking sheet and place it in the oven for 6-8 minutes. Keep a close eye on it to make sure none of the material is seperating. Check the skate to make sure it is soft at the 6 minute mark, if not then place it back in the oven for another 2 minutes. By this time the skate should be loose and soft around the ankle. You can test it by squeezing the ankle portion of the skate. Put the skate on, tap your heel back in to place, square the tongue up to the font of your ankle and lace the skate up very smoothly ensuring you dont put too much pressure on the eyelits. Keep the skate on for 15 minutes. You can stand on the skate of you need to add a little width to the skate. But do not walk around or allow too much forward flex on the skate causing too much strain on the eyelits.
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answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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Jlynch
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