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IPv6Freely

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IPv6Freely last won the day on September 21

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  1. IPv6Freely

    CCM Custom Goalie Skates and Options

    I didn’t think they were doing goalie skates yet. Do you know when they started?
  2. IPv6Freely

    Thermoformable Stick Blades - Why Not?

    I mean, sure if you can find a way for the retail store to be able to modify the curve without needing any sort of special machinery. But that would require sticks to be made of a completely different material than they are now. Something that hasn’t yet been invented. So it may be a ways off.
  3. IPv6Freely

    2019-2020 Gear Sightings

    So what happens there? A fine? A warning? Assuming it was even noticed.
  4. IPv6Freely

    Sparx Skate Sharpener - At home sharpener

    So you’re suggesting we should permit people to intentionally spread misinformation because it’s the Internet? I don’t think so. Lets get the thread back on topic.
  5. IPv6Freely

    Interesting story about profiling/sharpening

    Sure, you can also copy and paste it if you wanted to. Just because you’re able to doesn’t mean you’re allowed to. And even if you decided you were going to ignore that, you definitely would not be posting it here. It’s fine. Obviously we’d prefer public links but I’d rather point people to something relevant so we can have a discussion than to just not at all. Enough people are aware of The Athletic that they understand the subscription model. It’s no different from mentioning an article posted in the print copy of The Hockey News, for example. That’s not free either. Lets go ahead and get the thread back on topic.
  6. IPv6Freely

    Interesting story about profiling/sharpening

    ^ This. Imagine the potential legal ramifications of posting somebody’s copyrighted work here...
  7. IPv6Freely

    Thermoformable Stick Blades - Why Not?

    Have they not? I mean, that’s how they get the curves on their sticks in the first place isn’t it? And they can clone curves for pros if I recall. Now, if you meant doing this at retail... well, that’s pretty unlikely. Requiring stores to have the kind of machinery to make that work is highly unlikely.
  8. IPv6Freely

    Sparx Skate Sharpener - At home sharpener

    It does matter. We’d prefer people not be misinformed.
  9. IPv6Freely

    Interesting story about profiling/sharpening

    Definitely not okay to do this here.
  10. IPv6Freely

    Sparx Skate Sharpener - At home sharpener

    I’ve never read that before.
  11. IPv6Freely

    The Venting Spot

    Good god that’s mind blowing.
  12. IPv6Freely

    The Venting Spot

    Brutal. I’ve never heard of a job not having sick time available except like... minimum wage jobs
  13. IPv6Freely

    The Venting Spot

    Do they not have sick time available?
  14. IPv6Freely

    The Venting Spot

    This. Oh my god, this.
  15. IPv6Freely

    Fat Guy Pants

    I have pro return CCM (Crawford) that are an XL and fit me well. Just loose enough to be comfortable. I was wearing them when I had a 38-40 jean size (and still wearing them now that I'm a 34). If you're wearing 44 jeans then you're definitely going to want to go XXL. Retail is unlikely to be much of an option for you for the most part unless you get lucky. I'd probably look for some pro stock/return stuff on sidelineswap, ebay, prostockhockey.com etc. The other option would be to go to somebody like Brown or Simmons who can get you set up with something custom. Honestly I'd probably just end up going that route if I were in your situation just to avoid the hassle of trying to find something that fits right since pro stock stuff can be a crapshoot (and not returnable if it doesn't fit right or doesnt feel right even if it fits).


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