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Old February 2nd, 2019, 03:26 AM   #4
rufusprime99
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Put the Antiks back together and sell them.

If your foot did well with the beginner Sure Grips, you foot will probably get along with the Rebel boot. Hard leather, but well padded.

Then decide on a plate. Two ends of the spectrum: Avenger. A lot of turning ability. Or, the Avanti. 10 degree metal plate. More in line with what you are used to. Both good reasonably priced quad plates. Also consider getting a plate a size or two smaller than normal. Most normally sized plates are sized to give extra stability to a beginning skater. As a more experienced skater, you will PROBABLY appreciate a bit quicker, more sporty feel of a smaller plate.

And one last thing: Get a GOOD mount. A few folks here do it and do it well. Happy hunting.
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