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icedog57
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Hello everyone, sorry if this is a silly question, or if it's been asked before.

Do I have to be more careful with the material that is used on these Axis gloves? I was going to try the Keeps method on this used set I just bought.

 

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I've never done the Keep33.... I don't like the idea of running water through the glove.

Here is what I do: place the catcher in a skate bake oven for 15 minutes... then put your hand in it and start closing & opening it.  Once it cools (like 15-20 minutes later)... tie it shut.  

Also, after the skate, tie the glove shut and let it dry. Once it drys, untie it and open/close it for ~30 minutes.

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Great. Thanks, I'll give that a try.

I have yet to find gloves that I really like...Still used my RBK Premier 1 up to this weekend...I figure it's just because I haven't got anything broken in to my satisfaction.

Bought this Bauer as well and have been working at breaking it in...with no luck. I hadn't considered a skate oven

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