You will have to set the frames right, look at Richard Netts website: http://www.Nettracing.com, he has some ideas. But basically you should have someone spot where the center of your achillestendon is when wearing the boots, put a mark there, and that is where the center of your frame should be to the rear end. In front you take your wheelkey and feel your way between the first and second toe, put a mark there, and that is the center of the frame to the front When standing relaxed ind grass or on a carpet, you should feel that your feet fall a bit to the outside in a supinated position. If not move the frame a bit more inwards, this takes time, and should be done 1-2 millimeters at a time. Skate a few km for each adjustment you do. Patience but well worth the time, as this will probably be the most rewarding modification and tuning of your skates.