jp Posted June 1, 2010 Share Posted June 1, 2010 I recently made the switch from double Approach boots to a Reflex with Wiley rear.Â When I was using the Approach boots I placed a hard foam wedge under the foot bed and above the plate of the rear boot - a heel lift.Â I have limited flexibility in my right (rear) ankle and this helped me get in a more balanced stance.Â I also rotated the boot out slightly.Â Now that you have a little background, I have a few questions... Â How do you add a heel lift to the Wiley boot without taking the entire bottom off?Â If I remove all the screws it seems the entire binding will need to be rebuilt and it looks 'challenging'.Â Can I velcro the lift in?Â Adhesive? Â What advice do Reflex users have for initial distance from tail set up - same, back slightly, etc.?Â I already rotated the Wiley binding to match the previous set up and it seems to work well.Â Any thoughts would be appreciated.ThanksÂ JimÂ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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