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Getting more pressure on the cuff on the LTE

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So I have a pair of 2008 Tecnica The Agent 120 boots which I bought new last year and have close to 100 days on.  The liners have packed out a bit, but I can still get a great fit with the buckles a bit tighter than they used to have to be.

 

However on my right boot, making a right turn, I don't get great shin/cuff contact at 2 o'clock on the clock face.

 

How could I fix this?  Isn't there some kind of pad or piece of something I could attach to the cuff somewhere to close that gap and tighten up that feeling as I press forward and to the right?  I already have Booster Straps by the way.

 

Thanks!

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Nothing?  32 views and no replies?  If a non-boot fitter has an idea please PM me.

post #3 of 4

mostly because we are all tying to run businesses and it is peak season! all the boot fitters on here are owner operators and don't get on here every day, the 32 views can be from general forum members

 

you could try a small strip of padding (boot fit foam or leather or similar) on the outside of the tongue where you want more contact, simple but probably effective and reversible if it doesn't have the desired effect

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Thanks CEM of course I understand. I'll play around.
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