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Old December 19th, 2017, 05:56 PM   #10
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Yeah, Dekindy.
Good thinking with regard to improving before buying.
In general, from my own observation and experience, 80-90 percent is the skater rather than the skate.
But at a certain point, the skate does make a difference.

To keep working on the new stuff, and try to get the chance to try out some other set-ups sounds like a good idea. You can find out what works for you.

In general, like a lot of things, I've found that once you go above a certain price range, you reach diminishing returns - the incremental gain from equipment performance doesn't match the increase in cost. You can do really well with mid-range gear.
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