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I was sent the burton speed zone replacement laces but dont know how to put laces on ?

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For the ankle you may need some specially shaped foam inserted between the boot outer and the liner to take up the space. This can be done at any good snow store. As for the laces make sure that when lace up in the morning lace the boots all the way to the top and when you reach the top, while holding the laces, flex in the boot a few times and kick your heel against the ground to make your your foot in snug (this may also help issue #1. Once you have done this, pull up hard again on the laces and loop them once around the top before tying a double knot.

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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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