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skate bite

skate bite
 n.— «The problem that you are describing is something which is commonly called “Skate bite” or “Lace bite.” Skate bite almost always occurs due to a new pair of skates being worn for the first time. Skate bite almost always occurs early in the hockey season or in the middle of the season for players who receive a new pair of skates for Christmas.» —“Treatment of skate bite” by Rob LaPrade Let’s Play Hockey Jan. 4, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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