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Old 04-11-2013, 07:11 AM   #1
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http://www.bigrocksupply.com/store/p...RelatedID=2769 I am thinking of buying these pads and gluing them to a regular pair of boots. Anyone have any experience with these set ups of boots and pads. I just use an old couch cushion but thinking maybe this is a better way to go

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They wear out and while they do give a good bit of grip most of the guys that I know don't wear them.

If you are trying go real steep, they work. Better be in gear regardless and they are expensive.

Most guys I know where a deck, skating, or flat footed shoe.

The best oles used to be the crepe rubber ones but you can't really find them anymore.

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