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01-30-2010 02:52 PM
GrinninnGrindin Wow just had to replace my speed laces on some forums and it is a huge pain in the ass. If anyone else's breaks make sure u use fishing line or a thin wire and loop it to pull the lace through. This is the ONLY way to do it. I tried every other way ha.
12-23-2009 10:58 AM
KrazyHok Bummer, sucks having to break in new boots.
12-23-2009 09:31 AM
stevew
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Originally Posted by KrazyHok View Post
you know you can replace those laces if you want that way you dont have to break in new pair of boots. pretty sure burton has info on its site about it or call their CS line.
I wish that was the case because that would be easy to replace. On my boots the channel that the laces go through pulled out
12-23-2009 08:46 AM
john doe I would use some weed wacker pull start cord before giving up the comfort of a nicely broken in boot.
12-23-2009 07:28 AM
KrazyHok you know you can replace those laces if you want that way you dont have to break in new pair of boots. pretty sure burton has info on its site about it or call their CS line.
12-22-2009 11:33 PM
stevew Just had my '09 Burton Ion's blow up on Sunday. The speed lacing ripped out of the boot with only 40 days on then. They were fitting like a glove and now have to break in a new pair  with a 3 day x-mas boarding trip coming up. Love the ease of the speed lace but just think their prone to fail.
12-22-2009 04:46 PM
Jay29
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Originally Posted by arsenic0 View Post
I have 09 Burton Rulers and have had no issues with my Speed Laces thus far loosening or anything.

I cant help but LOL at the BOA video on that site @0:54, no more messy laces! Ha ha the guy has his speed laces just danging around his ankles and bouncing off the ground as if thats how they work...

I haven't had a problem with my 09 Ruler either.
12-22-2009 02:46 PM
arsenic0 I have 09 Burton Rulers and have had no issues with my Speed Laces thus far loosening or anything.

I cant help but LOL at the BOA video on that site @0:54, no more messy laces! Ha ha the guy has his speed laces just danging around his ankles and bouncing off the ground as if thats how they work...
12-22-2009 02:31 PM
NZ_Josh The boas are fixed. Another one broke so I had to do a standard lace replacement - Which was super easy and good work to boa for that. Onto the problem one, removed all the cable with a pair of plyers. But the reel was jammed so I just re-attached a separate replacement reel and it is been glued to the boot.
12-21-2009 11:31 PM
jay777
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Originally Posted by alasdairm View Post
i have a pair of salomon boots with speed lacing and it's a great idea well executed.

as to the laces breaking issue - i guess i'll drive off that bridge when i get to it.

alasdair
What kind of Salomon's do you have?
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