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Nitro boot lace loop and clasp broken

Boot lace loop (two of them) broken. Need repair, quick!

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what type of lacing system is it?

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i bought a set of lacing. BOA on the internet..little tool comes with them..easy to replace.

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SOURCE: I am unable to loosen the laces on the exterior of

Sometimes if the boots have been well worn the lace will pill inside its tubing and become stuck. The best way to fix this is to untie the jammed lace at the bottom and then pull from the top to remove the damaged lace. You will also need to get a replacement lace from your Burton store to repair in reverse.

Posted on Jun 08, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a pair of DC Siloh boots that are a couple

I have exactly the same problem. I just wounder if you managed to solve it yet? I don't know what to do, but every time I try to put them on I have to struggle for about 20 min! It gets so annoying!

Posted on Jan 09, 2011

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SOURCE: My Burton Snowboard Boot laces

Do you mean the lace eyelets?

if this is the case, you can either sew them back on with thread or hot glue them. if it is the actual laces that came out. Buy new laces and replace them

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I am unable to loosen the laces on the exterior of the boot. Only the bottom half is loose and the top three laces remain very tight.....as if there is a knot inside the boot lining.


Sometimes if the boots have been well worn the lace will pill inside its tubing and become stuck. The best way to fix this is to untie the jammed lace at the bottom and then pull from the top to remove the damaged lace. You will also need to get a replacement lace from your Burton store to repair in reverse.

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