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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-24-2013, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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I have a simple boot question.

I have a pair of 2006 Burton Motos.

When ever I use them the first 5 runs my feet will kill me.

It will hurt right at the arch of the boot towards the heel.

Has anyone else experienced this.

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Boots are just like shoes, sometimes they just don't fit. You have a few options, sometimes it could be over tightening bindings/ boots (not likely if it's your arch that's hurting, you could also buy some insoles like superfeet that work better with your feet, or you could buy some new boots. If you go the new boot route, try on a hell of a lot of boots before choosing.

I'm not sure whether you can re-heat mold boots (exactly as it sounds, they heat them up and they mold to your feet to a limited extent).

Foot pain sucks when riding, hope you find something that works for you! Other more experienced people can chime in too if I got anything wrong
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Could be that they're junk boots. Could be they're sized wrong. Could be your jacked up feet.

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I guess it just depends on the person... I ride moto's and they're the only ones I've found that don't kill my feet. Go to a shop and try on some different ones. Foot pains can be a serious downer
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