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My question is how much of an adjustment you’d have to make to your technique due to the added toe-traction of having grippy rubber there instead of slick leather.
There’s no technique involved, it’s just to protect your boots..
If you still drag your toe to stop, 1: You’re going to break your ankle and 2: Practice some real stops.
I meant when doing knee falls and sprinting on your toe stops, where a half inch of added thickness and extra traction on the front of your skates could make a difference.
I would assume these would mark up surfaces. Any truth to that?