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Old March 5th, 2016, 04:47 PM   #1
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Default Advice on Seba skates

Hi Guys!

I have been skating for almost about a year, and need your advice and expertise in regards to new skates I would like to buy.
My first pair is Seba Trix 90... size 45. my foot length is 28.6cm, 11cm wide.
I put two socks on my foot and a custom made insole which decreased a bit more space inside the boot.
I still have some freedom in the boot, and feel best when my feet get really warm and large a bit.
I mostly skate in urban areas.

I would like to buy new skates by Seba... and aim for a tighter fit this time...
I don't know if I could get used to size 44 without suffering, because as soon as I put any skates at the shop... I feel super tight inside and not comfortable...
Should I go through a painful break-in period this time? Which skates would you recommend? any guys with similar foot size and experience ?
Any tips would be appreciated.

Thanks you!
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Old March 6th, 2016, 06:30 PM   #2
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Whatever brand of skate you decide on, I'd get the type with removable liners and drop in some MyFit fatboy Hightop liners in them. They're heat moldable and super comfy. They'll be a huge improvement over any stock liner. I'm not sure if the SEBA's have a removable liner tho.

My foot's so big all I can wear are razor Gens and the JJ Light Valo's with Jug liners only. (or Reigns)

Good luck!

Check www.rollerwarehouse.com for options.
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