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Buying Skates Tips and advice about buying aggressive skates plus information and opinions about all of the different aggressive skate models.

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Old February 26th, 2016, 04:53 AM   #1
faithexhope
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Question Which one of five should I choose?

I would to buy new inline aggressive skates. I got my top 5, but maybe is a better option in max. 250... Some for urban, mainly for sliding.

http://www.locoskates.com/usd-carbon...sp3148#tdesc_6

http://www.locoskates.com/usd-aeon-6...m-skates/p3858

http://www.locoskates.com/remz-nils-.../p3466#tdesc_6

http://www.locoskates.com/razors-sl-...o-skates/p3769

www.locoskates.com/razors-sl2-skates/p3007

Thanks for any advice with any advantages or dislikes in my five!

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