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Old     (NTappsLoc)      Join Date: Apr 2013       04-03-2013, 5:00 PM Reply   
Whatup everyone, first post here - trying to get my balls back after a bad bail last July 7. I was doing nothing out of the ordinary, a simple BS 180, and caught the back edge, snapped my Fibula bone all the way across - clean break, 5 minutes into the day. Forward to April 3rd, still friggin' kills me every step but slowly improving. Hardware taken out of my foot in January/ rehab overwith but got this huge fear of doing it again this year and having to go thru it all over again. I just sold my LF Transit bindings to eliminate that part of it. So...do you feel that a stiffer boot/ binding (looking at the RAD by SS currently) would be a safer bet or can it all together and take up wakesurfing? I have always ridden a middle flex open toe binding as the board gets ridden by a few others at times. Have been riding both wake and snow since the late 80's and it kills me to think of the chance of not riding this spring/summer. Rocking the Burton Driver X has allowed me to ride this winter (snow) so looking for feedback from someone who has been thru a broken Fibula before and what your experience is with the post healing riding/ tricks, etc vs just cruising.

 
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