Ankle pressure - punch or bake skates?

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  1. TheRedShadow

    TheRedShadow Registered User

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    I love my Graf Supra 735s, but one ankle is getting v sore. Is it best to re-bake them or get them punched out at the ankle?
     
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    I would try getting them baked again, if that doesn't work then I would have them punched out, I had the same problems with my Grafs the 2nd baking helped but I ended up having to have them punched out then I sold them :laugh:
     
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    ^Mhm, punching is a last resort option imo because it's rather permanent. Rebake and focus on working in that area when it's on your feet.
     
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    Punch out if, but only if, you have an obvious need to do it. Bake to tune it to the final fit.
     

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