please HELP trouble with NITRO //

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  Topic Started By:  tsunami    On:  Wed 28th September, 2005 at 08:08
tsunami
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 23
Cheltenham
#1  please HELP trouble with NITRO  28 Sep '05 at 08:08
can anyone help, i bought nitro boots ( black and gold - cnat remenber model)about a month before the end of last season from val D - misty fly,

but they shut before the end of season and on my last day the toggle that tightens the inner crumbled and so i cannot thighten my inner.

i tried a mate that works for burton, who tried to attach a burton toggle but it didnt fit. i have searched internet fot nitro site to ask them advice, but no joy.

does anyone have any ides please?
dont want to resort to buying new boots when these are still fine.
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WTFH
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Surrey
#2  Re: please HELP trouble with NITRO  28 Sep '05 at 08:15
Couldn't you just tie a knot on the inner lacing?
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WTFH
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Surrey
#3  Re: please HELP trouble with NITRO  28 Sep '05 at 08:18
These guys are the UK distributor:
http://www.surf-sales.com/product/snowboard/n_index.cfm
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WTFH
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Surrey
#4  Re: please HELP trouble with NITRO  28 Sep '05 at 08:20
And these are the only dealers in Gloucestershire...
http://www.noahsark.co.uk/
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tsunami
Member Since: 2004
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Cheltenham
#5  Re: please HELP trouble with NITRO  28 Sep '05 at 13:31
have tried riding my last days with knot tied in, works for about 20/30 mins then knot pulls tight and inner is loose.
lots of heel lift, so doesnt really work that well,
thanks for those contacts will see what they say, but not even sure i have receipt now its been 6 months....!
but thanks anyway
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paul.skibum
Member Since: 2005
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Reading
#6  Re: please HELP trouble with NITRO  28 Sep '05 at 14:08
I dont know a lot about snowboard boots but couldnt you tie a knot (as already suggested) and then put a ski boot style powerstrap around the lower calf to hold it tight and in place (powerstrap it before tying off the knot and you'll ensure its done up properly then re tighten powerstrap).
Waiting for the winter.....
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