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Toe bindings or ...?

I recently bought the Burtons Moto and I have really old Bent Metal bindings. The Motos are the most comfy boots I have ever worn (I have extreme flat feet) and also the easiest to lace up. However, when clamping in, my left small toe is compressed and if on flats for a while, it hurts. I was wondering if changing my toe bindings and with the front strap over the tip of the boots, that would help to alleviate any over-compression over my toes.

Thoughts?

Are Burtons the only ones with the toe cap bindings?

And I ride on a Forum board... just wanted to be sure that bindings fit the board

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