xrated Posted August 26, 2012 Share Posted August 26, 2012 Got the wife out skiing again today for her 3rd time ever. She did great, at least I think she did. When she got back in the boat besides saying she was sore, she said she couldn't get her foot into the RTP very far/well. She couldn't find/fit her foot into the opening so she ended up basically tiptoe on the rear. I know part of it is just her getting used to and comfortable with the motion. But I noticed on the Radar the top/tongue of the toe plate is attached to elastic which right now lets the top fall down towards the foot bed, thus making the opening for her foot smaller. Would it work to put a shoe horn in there for awhile to stretch that elastic out so it doesn't fall down so much? Or is that just a horrible ginger brain idea? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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