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Those boots and blades should work for you, as long as you've decided you want to skate on a regular basis. If you're only skating every once in a while, I'd recommend the 229TS or the 133TS, as they're a bit less expensive. If you're anywhere near working on an axel, those boots and blades will be perfect.

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Q: Are Riedell 225 TS figure skates right for me I can do waltz jumps One foot spins salchows lutzs and flips Are the Riedell 225 TS figure skates and Quest Onyx blades good skates for my level?
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