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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-27-2012, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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new shoelaces (Salomon Symbio '05)

Where can I buy new shoelaces for my old Salomon Symbio '05: http://www.dogfunk.com/salomon-symbi...d-boot-sal0626
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When I had to replace my laces on my old Salomon boots, REI helped me find the part number and ordered it for me.

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those were my first boots and I hated them. They were well built and fit me very well...but the weak link was that Quicklace "lock" which kept loosening up (a lot) every run. They also aren't dual-zone, meaning the ankle area can't be tightened. You've probably spent enough beginner time on these lame boots - Take the broken lace as a sign and upgrade to anything Salomon with Powerlace Pro.
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My first boots too. Very comfortable, but yeah, i've had the same problem with loosening up as mentioned above. I have other boots. Want to repair those and give to one of my friends or maybe I will sell to somebody, who is begginer and don't want to invest a lot.

Probably I will buy simple shoelace, make about 6 holes and use it without speed lacing. I will figure it out later.

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yeah, I gave my symbios away to a noob. I guess you could go to a hardware store and find a similar type rope/string to act as a lace. Can't remember if the pull bar can be disassembled, but, if it can, the boots should be good (shitty) as new.
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