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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-17-2010, 04:16 AM Thread Starter
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Ankle pressure

I have been wearing my new 32 lashed boots around my house to help them form to my feet. I noticed that the right boot has more pressure on my toes. I am also feeling pressure on my ankle on my right foot. It's strange because my feet are the exact same size and there is a significant difference in comfort in the 2. Do you think that the pressure will ease off after they break in? My left foot has no problem they fit perfectly.
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It would say it should pack alright just because I have heard that one boot is typically made a bit smaller because most peoples right side is always a bit smaller, wow that sounds weird but I couldn't find another way to say it... I just got some Burton Hail, I was torn between those and the Lashed as well, and the first time I wore my Burtons my right foot fell asleep, second time was a bit better... Planning on wearing em again tonight.
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