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Hello. I have Burton Ion 2009, size 10.5, colour Black/Red, never used, in box with all hardware. I need to change them on half size bigger. I bought it on ebay and can't return them(my fault). What can you advice? How can I exchange them?
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Heat mold the fuck out of the liners.

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more ideas please
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My boots are about half a size too small but I did it on purpose, after about 4 weeks of solid riding they fit like a dream, just had to put up with some discomfort. If you cant get up the hill that much and dont want the pain then you could...ummm...heat mould the shit out of the liners?
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so you want to say that they will be bigger after several ridings?
they are not really small, but i think they won't fit me next year
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ya just wear em.. you'll eventually break em in
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Is your toe just touching the end of it? Also if I remember correct the Ion has gel in it so heat molding is out of the question unless you want to make them rock hard.


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Is your toe just touching the end of it? Also if I remember correct the Ion has gel in it so heat molding is out of the question unless you want to make them rock hard.
I believe it's the removable foot sole liner that has the gel.

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