These are new K2 IPO's. I initially thought it was due to skating the board to the lift (I do it a crazy way with my right foot in front of the board and not behind). I thought this was causing the edge to strike the boot. I then realized the damage is also occuring on the foot that stays in the binding. I know the question sounds a bit ridiculous, as it is likely due to rubbing on the binding, but is there a way to prevent this or stop it from getting worse? Thank for your help.
Hate to tell you this as I had those boots. But it's not the binding, it's the material on the boot. Doesn't matter which binding I've used. Rome, K2, Raiden, Flux I got that wear on that boot. Slap some duct tape over the back.
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Well after posting I noted that that my 2012 Burton Cartels have this near foot cup, probably to aid in foot hold. I like my bindings fairly tight, so its not as if I am leaving them too loose. I think BA has it pegged. Just a lightweight material, and to slap some duct tape on. The boots are the most comfortable ever!