Agreed with both comments...hopefully SOMEONE follows through with the idea of replacement straps. The next logical step would be to make the D-ring length adjustable so you can fine tune the binding for foot-types. Anyone who plays Ice Hockey knows how each skate model/brand is designed around a specific foot type (High, mid and low volume, skinny, med and wide feet, etc). In fact I wish wake manufacturers would address this with their multiple pro model designs and describe each boot with descriptions of the pro-model's foot type. I would think Rusty, Murray, Harley, Watson, etc. have different foot types...why not design the bindings around their foot types and let the consumer know so they can buy the binding that best fits their feet rather the one that fits their "board's graphic" or whatever non-functional lame marketing gimmick it is.
I.E. when you shop ice skates you generally pull the footbed out to check for sizing (length) and width. Then you put your foot in the skate (laceless) and compare the lace eyelets with your foot's profile for proper fit. Then you tighten them up and check for comfort.