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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-30-2014, 01:59 AM Thread Starter
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Need to fix sons boots

Hi gents my son has boots for his snowboard and the family English bulldog got to them and chewed up the knobs that tighten them up. Is there a shop that can repair them I'm in queens nyc. Help please
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You should be able to get the parts from the boot maker, or contact boa directly. As long as the mounting points weren't damaged everything should be replacable. My bull dog primarily ate remotes and couch coushions when he was a pup.
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Get the replacement parts from BOA. They are either H2 or H3 knobs for snowboarding boots. The top and bottom are different knobs if it's a dual boa system. Takes maybe 5mins to change out.

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If that doesn't work out for you, try Emilio's Ski & Snowboard Shop NYC

They are located in Forest Hills.
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any shop that sells things with boa, should be able replace them...my local shop does it for free

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