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Lace loop at bottom broke off - Burton Ruler Snowboard Boot (Men) 11

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  • Julian Jan 11, 2013

    Im not sure on how i can reconnect it.. It's a plastic bit and the surrounding is leather-type material. I just dont want to tighten my boot too much where it will come loose then it's not comfortable

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