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Boot fit clarification
Hey I am having some trouble getting me heel to fit solidly in my boots and I have seen around new schoolers that there are the plastic inserts for the heel of the boot. Could someone explain this to me and where I could find them.
Your local boot-fitter will have tons of options that will help secure your heel. L-shaped or C-shaped pieces of foam placed around the ankle area of your liner will help a lot. But, it is best to have a competent boot-fitter do this and assess why you are having heel lift- it is not always as obvious as one may think...
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1. They are made of foam and called j-bars I believe.
2. Do you have a foot bed in your boots?
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