Join Date: Mar 2009
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I bought Burton rulers a few years ago, & @ the store they fit great.
After 1 day of riding, the left one felt to short in the toes. My toes were hitting the end.
The fucking goof @ Comor on Hastings in Burnaby, wouldn't let me exchange them for a half size bigger.
Took them too a diff Comor, still no luck on the exchange. Dude #2 didn't want too make dude #1 look bad? But the dude @ the second store was way cooler & gave me a pair of the Green Superfeet.
The plastic arch on the Superfeet prevented my foot from elongating when squished by my tight binding, keeping my toes a little farther back from the end of the boot.
Slightly diff problem, but since the boot gets narrower as it gets to the toe area, maybe this will keep your toes from getting too that narrower spot?
@ first I thought there was no way this thicker, plastic heeled, orthopedic looking insole was going to give me MORE room.
Surprisingly, it solved all my problems with that boot, & I crank my bindings so tight it hurts if I stop & stand around waiting for someone, fine when I'm riding with a little g force applied.
& the one that felt fine to begin with, felt even better.