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Pannellboy004 06-04-2013 3:32 PM

can i put regular shoe strings on my new 2013 brylery systems boots?
 
I just bought these bindings and have the hyperlite 2013 pro green binding systems and was wondering could i put green regular shoe strings on my 2013 brylery boots?

mtownrydr 06-04-2013 3:56 PM

Hey I believe you purchased them from me off ebay...and the answer is yes just make sure you get a long enough lace. Most stores only offer like a 45" I think and those are prob more like a 70" lace.

Pannellboy004 06-04-2013 6:54 PM

well i purchased a size 11 off ebay so probley so and they fit great!!!! I'm just waiting to get them out on the water

chillinoj 06-06-2013 8:09 AM

I have a pair of 13 AJ's and luckily they come with an extra set of green laces :)

But they feel like snowboard laces, so maybe try a snowboard shop and see if you can find some green there. Otherwise I would think regular shoelaces would work just fine, just might wear out a bit quicker, since they are not as thick.

Pannellboy004 06-06-2013 9:16 AM

I found some waxed hockey 72 inch boot strings and thinking about getting them.

tom_paz 06-06-2013 9:58 AM

Hockey laces work great, they are plenty long enough and they stay totally tight while riding. I put some in my '12 Murrays and just ordered some for my '13 Processes. They work perfectly and they are only like $5 or $6. well worth not having to retighten that stupid lace lock mechanism every other hit. I would suggest putting shoe laces in all boots, not just systems cuz I hate having to retighten the lace locks. but thats just me.

anketell3 06-06-2013 10:51 AM

I put snow board laces in both my AJ's and Webbs, they work great!

carter134 06-06-2013 12:44 PM

yea you can put any laces in the binding as long as they are long enough. i would recommend a flat lace they stay tight and dont come undone as easy


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