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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-27-2010, 12:01 AM Thread Starter
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Foot Cramps!

I've been using the Burton Moto boots for a few years now with some "super foot" soles inside. Every time on the first few sessions of the year, my feet will cramp up really badly, even walking around in the boots. It gets especially worse when I have to flex my toes when I'm carving/stopping on toe-side.

I do notice that the boots do tighten down on the top foot area quite tight, so I tried loosening up that area, but it doesn't help as much.

Does anyone else have this problem? I think I should seriously get new boots because this issue is discouraging my love for the sport.
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i just went thru da same thing up in vermont this weekend...seems to be that my boot packed out and since i got them in da same size shoe i swear, da boot became to big and it was causing my foot to cramp up and be in pain especailly when turning on my i went to a local shop n grap a new pair of boots 1/2 size smaller then my other pair now i have a size 9 nike force boot from last year that im tryna sell if anyone is interested lol...but yea dude look into that...a good way to tell is take out the foot bed from your boot, place your foot on to the foot bed with all your weight on it...your foot should cover up the whole foot bed since u want minimum space for less effort and more response...try that out and let me know what happens...laters
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