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Old April 28th, 2009, 11:15 AM
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I had this thought before but I forgot to mention it. I think that it would be better if IW differentiated the Easton sticks that are on the new flex rating system. For example, the SE16 and S17, where a 100 flex is really a 100 flex upon being cut approximately 3".
let me see if i understand this correctly. your saying that on ALL the new easton sticks or just the SE16 and S17 sticks, if you buy a 100 flex stick its actually, lets call it a 85 flex (just using this flex rating as an example), but when you cut about 3" then the stick becomes a 100 flex.

if this is true, then why dont they (easton) just mark the stick with the original flex rating so it wont confuse their customers.
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Old April 28th, 2009, 11:17 AM
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...and this is why I'm suggesting it.
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Old July 10th, 2009, 04:41 PM
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I would like to see some TPS protective gear. I would also like to see a chart where it would show what skate size you would be (roughly) in another companies' skate (i.e. I wear a Size 3.5 in Bauer Vapor VI's, what size would I be in Reebok 9k's). If that's an option.
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Old July 10th, 2009, 11:35 PM
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I'll ask about the protective gear.

As for the chart, you mean something like this? ;)

http://www.inlinewarehouse.com/RollerHockeySize.html

Also, don't forget to check out our new "How a skate should fit" video.

http://www.inlinewarehouse.com/hocle...ml?ccode=LC010
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I suggest a NEW YEARS EVE sale, ha come on I am in the process of spending $150 a new years sale would be great for everyone. Happy New Year 20% off sitewide?
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Hejduk Sports Visor Line... Visor, anti scratch, anti fog, spray, towel, and mounting hardware for $65... I'd imagine you would sell quite a few.
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The Warrior Syko Shell is out of control! So your a stud and play on more then one team? Pick up the Syko shell instead of changing pants for each team.
Please rethink some of these product descriptions. This is the one I could find the quickest, and I've seen some more. Please don't start buying into the culture that is starting to emerge...
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Suggestion box....any thought on a chat on IW forums like the new MSH layout has? Seems we got a nice few ppl in this forum.
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Suggestion box....any thought on a chat on IW forums like the new MSH layout has? Seems we got a nice few ppl in this forum.
would be a great idea. I think chances of it happening are slim though :(
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This forum is slowly dying. Jay is on it less and honestly, he's the only reason I've stayed on here. There really is no benefit for me posting on here and most of the regulars are on MSH too.
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This forum is slowly dying. Jay is on it less and honestly, he's the only reason I've stayed on here. There really is no benefit for me posting on here and most of the regulars are on MSH too.
this forum dying would make me really sad. I love this site, its been really helpful to me.
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Old August 11th, 2010, 08:41 AM
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A suggestion would be in the classifieds if the poster of the a topic can delete his/her topics when they are either not longer for sale or even being able to change the topic title. I usually have at most 8 pairs of gloves. So if someone comes to me offering a trade I like ill sell one pair i dont like as much in my group of gloves. So I post a topic. Instead of having to make a topic everytime be nice to be able to close it out even. The admin in this place is the shits. saying this my suggestion will prob not get done haha. Just saying! Anyways peace.
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Wow I guess this place is dead...Doesn't help that there is no real way to get to the forums from the main website...

Unreal...I used to love this forum
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