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01-03-2011 05:06 PM
Extremo here ya go home home homeboi

Tognar Ski and Snowboard Boot Fitting Tools, Insoles, Footbeds and Inserts
01-03-2011 04:19 PM
john doe Raise your foot up by putting something under the footbed. Thats what I do since I have a low volume foot because of my long toes. You can get shets of EVA foam from Hobby Lobby.
01-03-2011 02:16 PM
DC5R
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Originally Posted by Bones View Post
Ummm homemade J-bars?

old Mouse pad, scissors, duct tape.

Cut to size, tape on the outside of your liner
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10char
01-03-2011 02:08 PM
roremc Can you heat mold again? Hair dryer etc.
01-03-2011 01:14 PM
Bones Ummm homemade J-bars?

old Mouse pad, scissors, duct tape.

Cut to size, tape on the outside of your liner
01-03-2011 12:08 PM
wrathfuldeity superglue heel > liner + duct tape ...and guperglue liner > shell

but use the foaming gorilla glue instead of superglue, go to bed with boots on and ur golden.

permanent fix for temporary problem
01-03-2011 09:08 AM
ev13wt Duct tape. Always works for everything.

Apply liberally.
01-03-2011 07:18 AM
HUNT24/7
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Originally Posted by StarCommand View Post
Staple the boot to your heel.
No, staples will pull right out on your first turn, use 2" wood screws, your all set!
01-03-2011 02:54 AM
StarCommand Staple the boot to your heel.
01-02-2011 11:56 PM
KahWhyC
Temporary fix for heel lift?

Hey I was wondering if theres a temporary fix for heel lift for my boots that I can do myself? I'm waiting for the SHL product to come in but I'm going snowboarding in a couple of days and I'm not sure it'll come in time.

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