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having some issues with my ride rythm boots.

hey guys, I have a pair of used ride rhythm boots and they've been terrific up until yesterday, I noticed that the right boot (forward foot for me) kept loosening and it felt light my right heel was lifting out of the boot. these boots have the double lake system with the internal lace system using the pull style of lacing with a plastic stopper and outer laces with a traditional lacing system. I was thinking having the plastic stopper on the inner lacing system might fix the problem, any thoughts?
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How much use have these boots seen? Do you ride hard or just cruise around?
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honestly I'm not sure how old they are, they look like they've seen fairly minimal use. I've been starting to ride harder and the loosening is becoming much more noticeable.
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I guess what I'm wondering more than anything is, is this a common problem for boots that use this lacing system and that have seen a few seasons of use?
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