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Boots question

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Can anybody shed some light on this one please, I've had a spot of bovver with boots recently, the latest one was very odd, we went upto Cairngorm the other day and after a couple of hours I noticed a couple of my toes were starting to get pins and needles, I ignored it for a while and a little later the balls of both feet felt like they were on fire. Super feckin' annoying. I took them of for a while at lunch and things calmed down. But after about an hour the same thing was happening. Now I do have quite a wide fore foot and narrow heel so I tried fitting stop heel lift pads, which did the job they were designed for. Until now I've only worn these boots for an hour or so on mount Hemel.
What do you think could be the problem?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Wonder if it's less to do with your boots and more to do with your bindings. Used to get something similar when i'd ratchet my old over-the-foot toe straps down too far and flatten my foot. You may not notice it so much in the Fridge as your runs are short between unstrapping. Try slackening them off a notch (assuming you're not getting toe-lift) and see if it comes back.

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