I've decided to try to do more work on my now ill fitting but favorite pair of 04 Atomic race tech plugs, and the bootfitter I took them do has done a great job getting them to feel better...however, a ton of grinding was required and the boot " sounds" a bit thin in a few areas. Is the integrity of the boot intact if most of the grinding is down on the side of the forefoot? How much will this affect stiffness? When I flex the boot aggressively now, the midfoot buckle can't quite pop up but it moves a lot more than it did, which I'm ok with as long as the shell hasn't been compromised. Thoughts? Thanks.
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3/27/13 at 6:43am