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Zoom force ones broken

So I'm in whistler right now and the liner lace clip, the part that keeps the liner tight, broke as I was tightening it. I tied a knot to compensate, but was wondering if these clip things were sold by Nike or anything like that. I bought these boots secondhand so I don't have a warranty.

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I just bought some nikes and im worried about the same thing because i hear a lot of peoples just snapping on them when they're pulling tight on them
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I just bought some nikes and im worried about the same thing because i hear a lot of peoples just snapping on them when they're pulling tight on them
I rode all day today with no problem after I tied it. Eventually I will try replacing it, but if you do end up breaking it, that's your best bet if you are rushed for time. Just make sure to be gentle
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Go to some rental shops and see if they have extra thingys for the inner lacing system. I am not sure about this, but other brands should work with them.

I hated my Zoom Forces.


IT AINT EAZY BEIN STEEZY
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Go to some rental shops and see if they have extra thingys for the inner lacing system. I am not sure about this, but other brands should work with them.

I hated my Zoom Forces.
I ended up going to a shop at the resort and they gave me a free clip so they hooked me up well!

I think I'm going to try selling mine to get something a bit stiffer. These just aren't for me. They look nice, but who cares about that. One of the biggest problems I've had, and it might be my bindings fault, but I have to ratchet the toe strap in odd positions to be comfortable. Other boots I've used, I was able to ratchet down just about anywhere with no problem. With the nikes, the toe is soft and the bindings dent in and absolutely annihilate my pinky toes.
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