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03-17-2013 01:23 AM
dfischer Sorry to bump an old thread but I actually have this in my binding and a long withstanding pain issue (although tried multiple bindings).... can something like this cause foot pain or no?
10-20-2011 09:15 AM
Mjc1859 I tried a small binding too. It's a 10.5 boot and there was still a gap with the small ones. If I strap in I can shift my foot with a little force
10-20-2011 09:11 AM
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Just wondering if this space can create problems? I matched the boot to binding siz according to burton and I also tried a bunch of different combinations of burton boots and bindings. Every set up I noticed this large gap between the boot and binding which can definitely throw off the angle of your foot. Any ideas or thoughts?
did you try fitting those boots into a pair of bindings that were a size smaller then those? also what is it like if you were to strap in?
10-20-2011 08:55 AM
Mjc1859
Space between binding and boot

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Just wondering if this space can create problems? I matched the boot to binding siz according to burton and I also tried a bunch of different combinations of burton boots and bindings. Every set up I noticed this large gap between the boot and binding which can definitely throw off the angle of your foot. Any ideas or thoughts?

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