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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-13-2012, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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2012 Restricted Burton Cartels Asym. Ankle Straps

Hey guys,

So long story short, I got a pair of the 2012 Burton Cartels re:flex and loved on they fit with my boots, and they seemed very light yet solid. However, after riding on them for a few days, I realize it's really easy for my feet to get painful after an hour or so of riding. I tried my friend's restricted cartels with the asymmetrical ankle strap, and had 0 pain all day.

So I'm wondering, is there anywhere I can buy or obtain the asymmetrical ankle straps and just put them on my regular cartels?

Thanks
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Ask someone who knows for sure but I don't see why you couldn't buy these on eBay (not mine) NEW BURTON MALAVITA MISSED MATCHED STRAPS TOE AND ANKLE | eBay and use them.
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Hi,

I just thought about the same thing today, please share if you found out anyting.

Cheers!


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Hey guys,

So long story short, I got a pair of the 2012 Burton Cartels re:flex and loved on they fit with my boots, and they seemed very light yet solid. However, after riding on them for a few days, I realize it's really easy for my feet to get painful after an hour or so of riding. I tried my friend's restricted cartels with the asymmetrical ankle strap, and had 0 pain all day.

So I'm wondering, is there anywhere I can buy or obtain the asymmetrical ankle straps and just put them on my regular cartels?

Thanks
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Contact Burton warranty and let them know about your experience. They just might have a pair to sell to you.


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They occasionally sell them on ebay but they're not cheap. $25 for one side is what i've seen
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