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Old 02-09-2013, 05:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey,
I just bought a brand new pair of Burton Raptors.

When I tried them on in the Burton Store they felt great. I got them heat molded and everything.

I roke with them today for a little and the toe cap is killing.
My 'pinky toe' was digging into my fourth toe and the outside was all red looked bruised.


Any advice on what I should do?
I just dropped a decent amount of money on them, is there anyway I can stretch the toe cap out?


Thanks
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Old 02-09-2013, 06:00 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Give it some time to pack out. Sometimes you have to go through a few days of discomfort until they fit your foot.

If that doesn't work, some stores have boot stretching machines. Try to find one and they can make your toe cap a bit more roomy. But I wouldn't do it straight away because your boot will pack out more and might even get too large for your foot.
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Give it some time to pack out. Sometimes you have to go through a few days of discomfort until they fit your foot.

If that doesn't work, some stores have boot stretching machines. Try to find one and they can make your toe cap a bit more roomy. But I wouldn't do it straight away because your boot will pack out more and might even get too large for your foot.
ok. My foot is right at the tip of these boots.

I really hope that I can fix this problem. If not im screwed
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