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Old 02-10-2010, 09:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Did anyones thraxis boots come with instructions? I am wondering what moving the green velcro thing up and down inside the boot does. I can velcro it really low or really high, not sure what the purpose is though.
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Old 02-11-2010, 03:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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you move it around until you find where the most comfortable and functional spot is
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It's the boa-conda. The side boa dial tightens the green panel down to lock your feet in. And like legallyillegal says, find the spot that's most comfortable then tighten down. Everyone's foot is different so you're looking for a sweetspot that won't bind or pinch when tightening.

And I don't mean to be a jackass but you bought the top of the line K2 boot and didn't try it on or anything to figure this out? What did you think the dials do on the boots? I bought the K2 T1 DB's and I played around with the Boa and Boa-conda dials on both the T1 and Maysis before purchasing to see what fit best locked down.
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