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  A cobbler would likely
  Posted by: elcarajo on Jan-27-14 11:56 AM (EST)
 

give your skate a new sole, so the blades would be screwed into new materials and consequently be as strong and durable as they were 50 years ago.

I've nothing against new glues and processes but the old fashioned way is tried and true, and might be more in keeping with your gestalt of keeping your old skates going.

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