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Drew Dowdell

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Yesterday I broke out the rollerblades for the season.... the pair I have, I've owned since 1997. I got out to the bike trail, strapped them on, and *SNAP*,

two straps broke. :facepalm:

Anyone have any suggestions for a set of replacement blades that are good quality but don't look like I belong on the set of Dragonball Z?

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I thought rollerblading died out the same year Big Willie Style was released. :/

Anyone have any suggestions for a set of replacement blades that are good quality but don't look like I belong on the set of Dragonball Z?

LOOOOOOOOL

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Apparently my local DSG is teh suck. I stopped in one near the bike trail yesterday and they don't carry even Rollerblade parts much less the blades themselves!

Though they do sell guns in this location just 5 miles from downtown Pittsburgh.... :palm:

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Apparently my local DSG is teh suck. I stopped in one near the bike trail yesterday and they don't carry even Rollerblade parts much less the blades themselves!

Though they do sell guns in this location just 5 miles from downtown Pittsburgh.... :palm:

Get them online - DSG has a 30 day Money back for all the recreation ware.

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Get them online - DSG has a 30 day Money back for all the recreation ware.

And, if DSG's rollerblade return policy is like their policy for soccer cleats, then they give you a return label to ship things back for free if they don't fit well.

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And, if DSG's rollerblade return policy is like their policy for soccer cleats, then they give you a return label to ship things back for free if they don't fit well.

Yes, I think they do. I had my golf shoes and snickers come with that policy.

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I've logged hundreds of miles on several pairs of skates, mostly while playing hockey.

My dusty, underutilized pair is currently siting in the trunk of Julie's BMW... they are about 9 or10 years old.

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I am not a fan of flashy footwear. I wear black, low sheen Wolverine boots to work and then on the weekends. My gym sneakers are the plainest NBs I could find. Flashy footwear is ghey. So I can understand why you want to find a good, modest looking pair.

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