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Bindings ripping Boots

added a new board to my quiver this season - and got new Burton Ruler boots...rode 4 days at stowe last week, and noticed when I got home that my binding contact points on the inside part of both bindings....are digging rips into my boots....i have Ride RX bindings...theres a metal plate where the boots make contact...not sharp, but I guess it was rubbing all week..

Burton doesn't provide warranties for that situation, if the bindings aren't Burton obviously.

Has anyone else had that happen to them, and if so...what do you use to cover up the rip on the boot? Duct tape didn't really stick...I'm thinking about gorilla gluing a few layers of the tape....or even extra wetsuit neoprene I have so the binding has some cushion. Just looking for some good permanent ideas to pad and seal up the hole. thanks.


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