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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 12-15-2008, 05:57 PM
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my feet hurt and i dont know why!

hey, i have no clue why it happens but it does. my feet eventually start hurting. My friend told me to just tighten my boots, but that only helps for a little. Is there a way to stop my feet from hurting, please respond
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post #2 of 33 (permalink) Old 12-15-2008, 06:03 PM
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Make sure they are sized properly? What boots do you have?
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Probably 32s
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lol, burn on 32.
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Where is the pain on your foot and what kind (ache, sharp pain, etc.)?
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its like middle foot, more of an ache
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and i have burton boots
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Is it JUST when in your snowboard boots?

Just asking because my wife suffered from tendon damage and it causes her LOTS of problems when skiing. Not just in her knee, but also in the arch of her foot where the tendon is.
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yea its just when im in the boots
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If it is top of the foot, it's probably not your boot. I had problems with my toe strap on my binding grinding my boot laces into my foot. I added some padding to the tongue of the boot where it pressed down on my foot. It was a huge relief. Like that first piss in the morning.
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