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Old     (mikejones)      Join Date: Jun 2009       08-12-2010, 10:44 AM Reply   
So i get my new 2010 Marius bindings in yesterday, and take them out for the first break-in set. Now I know most bindings take a few outings to properly break in and adjust to your particular foot, However, I was a bit shocked when I rode as I was getting some pretty good pain on my right foot (regular stance rider) on the outside of my heel, under my ankle bone. So I stopped, adjusted the laces, a little better, but two jumps and hurting again. So I stopped, examined what could be causing this and I see the heel lace (which i thought was a great feature) is what i think is causing this. it looks like the heel lace is riveted to the plate. Anyways, any of you who use this boot have this same problem on the outside heel area of your back foot?

This area, back foot only...

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Seems like its coming from the heel lace base area...

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Or the same area, and its the rivet for the heal plate.

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Anyone have this same issue? If so, how did you remedy? Thanks!

 
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