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Old August 20th, 2015, 11:47 AM   #9
Maroon bells
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Obviously don't heat treat them if the skates are not designed for it, but most mid-range Bauers are thermoformable..
Mine aren't unfortunately



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Skating over the odd bad surface or two would be bearable, but for extended street skating they would be too uncomfortable and would destroy my knees...
Like the seafront path at Bexhill!

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I skate indoors quite a bit these days. There is a fantastic huge hall in London that has old school roller discos about one a month (full of people wearing original Bauer Turbos and other classic skates) and the floor is so incredibly smooth and fast that you can wear whatever hardness of wheel you like. It's an over 18s only event and full of people who have returned to skating after 10, 20 or more years break.
Where is this? It sounds tempting!
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