nimhs killing my feet
43 eu size of skates (nimhs v2 black), its all good, there is still some free space in toe area..
but i just can`t stand them for a long, heels feel like they are burning, especially in one skate. maybe i should change liners?
if yes then any advices on what to choose? thn
could one of the UFS mounting bolts for the frame be a little too long and poking into your heel?
Originally Posted by tonyrivituso
On mine (not using them anymore, switched to Genesys 9) I can 'just' feel the UFS bolt through liner and insole. Could use a small trim, though I didn't feel it when skating.
The V2's have no shock absorber or the likes. Maybe try a Roces insole with a gel pad in the heel; helped a lot on mine.
The Roces are also nicely supportive to the mid section of the foot. Other insoles may work the same, dunno..
Additionally, I found them slightly loose on the foot (size 43 to a 42½ foot), which made me overtighten the laces.
I then noticed the additional lacing hole hidden under the skin, and relaced to use this, which made them sit much better, as I could now tighten the part that locks to the wrist without overtightening the forefoot as before, thus resulting in better blood flow.
Dunno if this could be part of your problem. Reduced blood flow can work in mysterious ways, only showing it's effect after some skating time.
I also replaced the stock laces with some flat waxed ones, as the stock ones tended to shift, causing the parts I had locked to go loose and other places to tighten. The waxed ones stays much better in position.
Last edited by van Sinn; 30.05.2012 at 16:37.
I skate cults so I feel you on the some of the issues...get superfeet insoles dude, and never look back.
Originally Posted by Monday
Originally Posted by ift
Put a thin Shock absorber between the Liner and Soulplate. I have one from a USD Psirus in my SSM Morenos. It has a little forward feeling, but after one Session you didn't notice it at all.