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Repairing highbacks of bindings

I just recently noticed that the foam portion that covers the top of the highback of one of my bindings (Burton Prophecy '11-'12) was a bit torn off. It's still attached to the highback and the rest of the foam padding, but I have a feeling if I don't fix this, that little portion will rip off the next time I snowboard.

Functionally, it probably won't make that much of a difference. But esthetically, I would be really great to have it fixed since I paid a lot of $$ for it.

Any suggestions on what type of glue is best to fix this? Rubber cement? Hot-glue gun? Whatever I use, I will have to be able to bond it to the highback itself and the other pieces of padding.

Thx in advance!

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its going to come off anyway at some point, so i wouldn't fix it...but if you want use

McNett's "freesole"...google it, i'm lazy...but it takes a day to dry
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Thx, much appreciated! --Tan
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