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12-22-2014 11:11 AM
SnowOwl I just fucked up my Infuses this weekend, boa dial included. Same thing happened except mine popped out first when i hit something in the park. I popped it back in and it wouldn't unwind. No screw driver needed, grab the base, push in and turn it right then it will be able to pull out. Same thing happened, when I put it back in the first time the cable crossed itself and wouldn't unwind. Just re adjust the wires and pop it back in, turn to the left and bam. Now I just need to warranty a snapped lace loop........:
12-21-2014 07:41 PM
Fewdfreak I did not have to remove the cover, the whole dial piece should come off as a unit.
12-21-2014 07:34 PM
Fewdfreak You have the ones with the dial that say Vans and are flat no hole with like the lil Vans wave on them right? These are H3 boas and in order to get to the dial opener spot you need to pop open the dial now on the rim of dial where it is sewed into the boots look for a "shiny" spot on the matte rim about .3 inch long and a sliver wide behind/under (you may have to push down on fabric to access) there is a depression--this is a slot to put in key or knife or whatever and then you rotate housing not dial clockwise to release. My Vans Ferra have this for the hybrid BOA closure.

Try this as well: Google H3 BOA and go to BOA website and watch the video.
12-21-2014 11:48 AM
andrew1966 Thanks for your advice SG. The problem is the BOA doesn't have a screw in it or a lever at the side to release the dial. That's what's weird about it. I've looked at the BOA technologies site but there are no PDF tutorials of the Vans Infuse Dial to follow. Any thoughts? Again thanks.
12-21-2014 07:41 AM
Vans Infuse BOA problem

my BOA cable has jammed. The dial will wind the cable tight but won't release even when disengaged. Does anyone have an idea how the dial can be removed... It doesn't follow the regular BOA system, meaning there is no screw or lever? I've visited the BOA site but didn't see a BOA that matches the Vans Infuse. Please Help.

10-03-2013 07:56 AM
Wiredsport Hmmmmm. It looks like there will be enough room between the wing and the nob but it might be close and will likely depend on product size and setup as well. I will do a little testing when the Vans boots arrive.
10-02-2013 08:07 PM
Krahdmirr Can the Infuse boot be used with a winged highback?

I heard that the BOA dial could get in the way of a winged HB.

Specifically, I'm looking at using these with the Flux DS binding.
04-23-2013 08:41 PM
dfischer Anyone? Andread Wiig vs Infuse? Lol.
04-23-2013 08:24 PM
Board Gadget Cool. Thanks.
04-23-2013 08:21 PM
Originally Posted by Board Gadget View Post
Where did you get that deal?
I'm a stalker. I pick up on backcountry's new returned items that they can't resell =D
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