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Old     (Kerry)      Join Date: Jun 2010       08-02-2012, 9:49 AM Reply   
So I bought a new Ronix One setup at the beginning of this year. Heat molded the bindings twice and felt like these things were fitting perfectly. Then I jammed/buckled my big toe about 3 weeks ago attempting a scarecrow landing to far on my heels obviously. Felt like I broke it, couldnít even move it. Taped up the toe and was riding a few days later. Seemed like things were fine until this past weekend I definitely did it again and kept riding. I know Iím probably just reinjuring it but I canít stop riding. I can tape up the toe good and it helps but this really has me thinking of going back to open toe boots like the Kaiís. My salesman said we should try packing the right foot binding out so my toe has a tad more room and maybe doesnít buckle. Iím a size 10.5-11 shoe and my oneís are size 10. I really feel that they fit perfectly. At this point I just think open toe will eliminate any more toe problems. Guess Iím just looking for some feedback on whether more room in the toes could help? I realize landing better would help too but sometimes you donít always do a trick completely right.

 
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