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Originally Posted by skixtremedude View Post

Based on all the work you are having to get done it sounds very likely that you bought the wrong boot in the first place.


There exists not a 98mm shell that is good for my feet.

 

 

post #62 of 71
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There exists not a 98mm shell that is good for my feet.

 

 



I thought the same until I got in a Solly Ghost CS.

post #63 of 71
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There exists not a 98mm shell that is good for my feet.

 

 



So go with a wider shell.  Is there a reason the shell has to be 98mm?   I realize you're racing, but 2-4mm extra width in the shell isn't the what will slow you down, whereas excessive pain will.

 

post #64 of 71
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So go with a wider shell.  Is there a reason the shell has to be 98mm?   I realize you're racing, but 2-4mm extra width in the shell isn't the what will slow you down, whereas excessive pain will.

 



No, but it works now.  If I get extra cash, I'll get an RX 100mm boot.

 

But boots fit now, so we'll see.

 

 

The narrower the boot the more responsive to edging

post #65 of 71

so what happened in the end with these boots? what level of racer are you vit? do you really need a boot that top level racers need?

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so...... what did happen because i hazzard a guess it went not as planned

post #68 of 71
The OP (with due respect since I'm not certain he isn't banned and cannot speak for himself) seemed to have pretty major issues with whatever gear was attached to his feet down to dissatisfaction with his undies. No winner, no chicken dinner possible in any scenario. Best leave a beaten horse to heal.
post #69 of 71
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The OP (with due respect since I'm not certain he isn't banned and cannot speak for himself) seemed to have pretty major issues with whatever gear was attached to his feet down to dissatisfaction with his undies. No winner, no chicken dinner possible in any scenario. Best leave a beaten horse to heal.

I(personally) appreciate your respectful post, and tend to agree with your observation. 

 

FWIW, the OP was not banned.  Not sure why he's not around, but I'll go out on a limb to say that he was weary of the good advice he was getting. 

post #70 of 71

i'll leave it at that then,

post #71 of 71
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 I'll go out on a limb to say that he was weary of the good advice he was getting. 

 

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