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I just did a web search for snowboard boot inserts, but all I got was a bunch of stuff that goes under the foot.

What I'm looking for is something to keep my heel from lifting up. Does anybody make such a thing?

I always end up strapping my boots into the bindings so tight that my feet hurt, but my heels lift up anyway. It occurs to me that I'd have a much better time with some padding on the top of my foot just in front of the ankle.

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Hey =),

I have the same problem. I have not been able to find anything, so if you do let me know =). In the past I have duct taped foam pieces to the ankle area on top of my foot. May sound goofy,lol..but it worked.
 

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Most places that specialize in ski boot outfitting can help you with snowboard boot fitting. Try Racer's Edge in Breck, they do an awesome job.

What you need: most likely a collar that will go around the outside of you liner and aroung the heel area. It's foam added to your liner. You may also need a heel raiser depending on how much lifting you got's going on.
 

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Any Sure Foot can help. It ain't cheap but you will have professional care at any Sure Foot across the country for adjustments.
 
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