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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-22-2014, 11:37 PM Thread Starter
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Foot Pain. Help!?

I am getting an intense pain in my lead foot when carving mostly on my heels. It happens from pulling my toes up. I find myself even pulling up with my toes even on toe side turns. I dont know why Im doing this. I ride regular, 15 on the front and -10 on the back. I was at -5 but adjusted it due to the pain. It still was a problem. Im getting the pain just before my big and middle toes on the top of my foot. Wondering if certain angles will help or maybe changing my stance width. Thanks
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It's a lack of arch support and sounds like your boot is too big. Get an aftermarket insole and replace that crappy one that is in there.

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not sure, but rotate the high backs .

maybe stance is too narrow for the terrain. For powder I run a narrower stance then regular days.

Take out the forward lean on the high backs? one time had my forward got shifter to very forward and i was in pain. Maybe a bad joke by my friends.
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