Nothing to discuss.
"You are a menace. A walking pestilence."
It is insanely good, best of both.
How many skateboarders does it take to change a lightbulb? One, but it'll take him 100 tries.
is dumb and makes no sense.
Im thinking of making a slight v cut, more like a a smooth u to my nimhs. Ive already made the cuff flat and liked it better. Not deep, just something for a little more movement. I am using salomon liners as long as they stay attached and can function, so i am doing it with standard liners. Does it really make much of a difference or am i just wasting my time?
Im actually not gonna do it. My nimhs have the bridge cut out and all of the plastic where the lace holes would be got cut. The skate feels so good now. It really feels like a soft boot. And they are still extremely solid
You have to realize that most liners are soft. So if you have a v-cut cuff with a standard liner you're still going to feel the effects from the cuff. If you want really free/lazy motion on your skates then you should use a v-cut liner. This really only applies to Razors and Remz though. Any USD skate that has a v-cut is mostly a gimmick. Their v-cuts are so minimal that you will practically feel no difference.
If the v-cut is above the buckle/strap then you will notice almost no difference.
If the v-cut is below the buckle/strap then you will notice a difference in both toe pointing type ankle movement and side to side flex.