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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-29-2013, 02:57 AM Thread Starter
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Fractured Toe - flow or toestrap binding?

Hi all,

I have a lot of pain in my toe (the one beside my little toe on my lead / left foot just down near where the toe joins the foot) and the doctor thinks it could be a stress fracture (but isn't sure). I'm heading for a week of boarding in 3 weeks. His advice is to rest up and then to rent boots (mine are probably too small) and try different bindings to remove the pressure directly from the toe.

The rental shop has "Flow" bindings - would these help to remove the pressure from the toe? Or are toestrap / burton type over the front of the foot bindings better (eg: Burton Customs) Which do you think would help to remove the pressure from the top of this toe?


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