I've been experiencing pretty intense pain up my legs when I crank my Falcon 10s to the point where they feel tight enough. I took them in to the boot fitter and he told me they are too big and that I'm cranking them so tightly to keep my feet stable. They are not so big as to be sloppy - maybe just a half size above ideal. He put neoprene shims around the ankles as well as bending back the plastic at the top rear of the boot. I still can't get the boot as tight as I'd like without severe pain. An interesting note is that my FEET don't hurt at all - it's my legs, and when I loosen the buckles, the pain in my legs disappears. Is there anything else to be done? Would getting different liners make a difference?
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1/15/08 at 5:05pm