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Old July 20th, 2016, 01:35 PM
N1ckvh N1ckvh is offline
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Default Easton Mako M7 Skates

Hi guys, first post. I've searched the forums but didn't come up with anything so apologies if this is a repeat!

I've just purchased some Easton Mako M7 skates, upgraded from Easton airs about 13 years old (better late than never!).

I know new skates take time to break in and get used to etc, but im finding the holder angles inward. my previous skates the blade was straight and simple, but these if you stand up right with feet close together you can feel your legs bowing slightly. I've looked online and can't find any reference to this. I'm assuming this build is something im just not familiar/aware of?

Is this to force the player to keep legs apart for a better stance? Has anyone else noticed this?

Any help appreciated!
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Old July 24th, 2016, 04:05 PM
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heat them and wear them a few times...they have forward pitch and blades are set more over inside of foot....once you get that down, you won't look back
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