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Old 03-23-2014, 08:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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just got the lunarendors. they fit great in the store, but after riding for two log days, the area directly below my ankle hurts so bad i can't stand to put them on anymore. i think this is because the boot puts pressure on that area for support and i'm just not used to it yet since my other boots don't put pressure there.

has this happened to anyone else? will it get better with time? i'm thinking i should wait for my ankles to hurt less and break them in at home before trying them out again.
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Old 03-24-2014, 02:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Don't the LunarEndor's have that part around the ankle of the inner shell that's supposed to stiffen up the boot? Did you try taking it out?
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Don't the LunarEndor's have that part around the ankle of the inner shell that's supposed to stiffen up the boot? Did you try taking it out?
yeah, it helped a little, but my ankles still hurt like a bitch inside the boot.
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Are you over tightening the internal laces? Potentially the boots are too big and you are cranking them down to get them snug, but its putting pressure at this point instead.
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