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BURTON Ruler Snowboard Boots Black/Grey - Mens Size 13

Hello guys!
I am forced to sell these awesome boots which are like new!

Please visit my ebay auction if you are interested:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=160332820668

Take care!
Paul.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-04-2009, 09:27 AM
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thats a shame you were mislead, having a big foot i can sympathize, i would drop the price before they become old stock to you, during this time of year there are so many sales around 50% off, best of luck
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Thanks man!
You know... the bastard salesman told me they should be tight until they break in. It made sense. I wore them the first day and they destroyed my toe!
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have you tried to take them back to the store?
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Thanks man!
You know... the bastard salesman told me they should be tight until they break in. It made sense. I wore them the first day and they destroyed my toe!
Good luck selling them... I know there's these shoe vise things... you could try putting those in over the summer, and ratchet them up a little very week to give yourself some room. I also know that there's (at least in my city) some shops that will do it for you... might be worth checking out?
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ya even with my 13 i jammed a hammer in there to try and stretch the big toe area
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ya even with my 13 i jammed a hammer in there to try and stretch the big toe area
Ha ha. I did the exact same thing with a hammer since I don't have a shoe vice. The big toe area never packed out as much as I would have hoped even though the rest of the boot fit well and it was destroying my toe a bit.

After a season and a half with 50+ days on the snow the toe area packed out suddenly after 5 days of hard riding on a trip to Utah in Feb. The boots fit well now though I could still use some new ones. I accidentally bought a new Bataleon Distortia for more than I can afford already though.
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Thanks for the advise guys!
Yes... if they don't sell, which they most probably won't... I will have to get one of those vices to stretch them.
Let me tell you that they hurt like hell when I get on my toe side turns!!!
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