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Originally Posted by Edge View Post
How's it going guys.

So pretty much no matter what size boot I try on, if my foot fits in it, I've got heel lift. My current boots are just some DCs I picked up for cheap, they were the best fit I could find (They have little bumps to hold your heel in) but despite the design, my ridiculously slim heel just slips out.

So, any tried and tested methods, extras, or boots that will eliminate my heel lift? If you are going to recommend a boot, you should know that I fit around a UK7-8 (Depends on brand and model) and will be using the same set-up, mostly all mountain but leaning towards park riding.

Thanks for your help.
If you have ridiculously narrow heels, you should try a brand that is good for narrow heels like Nitro. (I have very skinny heels). DCs have pretty wide heels.

Otherwise, you will end up like me in the past... adding 2 sets of C-pads around the liner to fill in the space around my ankle bones.
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