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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-29-2010, 01:16 PM
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where does one get replacement boa lace?
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What is the trick to make it tighter on the leg and looser across the foot?
My friend says he uses the heel of the other boot and places it on the toe of the boot he is tightning. He then lifts his foot up in the boot and tightens. He says it works. I ahve only had the opposite problem where I needed my foot tighter than my leg which all I did was lean forward in the boot while tightening it as if I was trying to do a toe side carve.

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where does one get replacement boa lace?
I called the company directly. 32 sent me several of them when I asked a few years ago. Vans are currently in the mail but they said they would send me two of each length. Both times I just went to their homepage and clicked on contact us and went from there. All you will need is the length of your cables which can be found on the inside tongue of the boot.
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My friend says he uses the heel of the other boot and places it on the toe of the boot he is tightning. He then lifts his foot up in the boot and tightens. He says it works. I ahve only had the opposite problem where I needed my foot tighter than my leg which all I did was lean forward in the boot while tightening it as if I was trying to do a toe side carve.



I called the company directly. 32 sent me several of them when I asked a few years ago. Vans are currently in the mail but they said they would send me two of each length. Both times I just went to their homepage and clicked on contact us and went from there. All you will need is the length of your cables which can be found on the inside tongue of the boot.
Thanks man! i will send them an email or call
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Thanks everyone, I ended up with the 2011 K2 T1 DB, a boa conda system. Seems to work really good.
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