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  1. @digger jr - eastern europe :/ shop guys have no clue that they should remove inner boots when testing boot in the shop.. bindings: fritschi Fanatic GS-LTD180 but even google have found NOTHING... @teach - it's an old boots so no problem with drilling a new holes, I will check it later and do you have any tips what Foam to use to fill that space..? it is true that not so firm may be better for learning but for me, it is very hard to control the board with so loose boots...
  2. hi guys, recently I have decided to learn how to snowboard and I have a old snowboard like 10 years old but it's a racing snowboard. It's Fanatic brand, 180cm (5.9). I'm 186cm. I am using the ski boots from my ski but they are not very good fitting my legs. If you can see it in the picture, it looks like they are loose at the top. (they are fitted on maximum but there is a lot of space for my hand to freely enter the space) I was reading this forum for a while and I understand that I shouldn't be using the ski boots for snowboard. My question is: is there any good boot what I can use on the snowboard and also for skiing? Or, because I am just a beginner, should I buy some board with the soft bindings? Also, I tried a freestyle snowboard with a soft binding, but the shoe (it was from a rental) was a loose at the top. Shouldn't be the shoe firm on the top? thanx for your advices .)
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