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Old February 2nd, 2018, 02:26 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by larryoracing View Post
If you saw a standard mount for a Riedell boot the plate would actually go to the tip of the boot. From your diagram the plate stops short of the tip of the boot. So really this is a non-standard mount for a Riedell boot and more of a artistic mount common to most of the advanced skaters on this website.

I wonder if the 190 plate what was recommended for your size 11 boots?


Larry Otani

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Larry, I don't know where you got your info., but I have a Mistral 170 purchased from skatesUS, and recommended by them to mate with my Reidell Tribute boots, size 8 1/2. The 170, axle to axle is longer by 1/8" than the Sure Grip Classic I have on my Reidell 297B professionals, size 8 1/2. All Reidell artistic boots are built on the identical last. A longer Mistral on my 336 Tribute would make my skates less maneuverable.

Clearly, the end of the mistral on the Reidell falls short by nearly the width of my pinkie finger, while the back of the plate is flush.The mount looks identical to the way it's pictured in the Roll-Line mounting instruction chart.
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