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Sorry to hear you have so many problems with laces 😁    but I am the type that would ensure I have a spare set of BOA , put them somewhere safe and when ( if )  I need them wont remember where I put them !!!

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On 16/10/2019 at 20:19, Stubby said:

Can't say fairer than that . 🙂

It's probably a speech impediment Stubby, I have trouble saying some words :D Our kids had trainers with the ratchet tensioner system 30 years ago and they wore out but the lace part never failed. They are repairable if they do break or need cleaning out.



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Any more news on these boots? How are they holding up?
How true is the sizing?

I’ve had a pair for 3-4 months now. Always had Airstreams before and these Boa boots are a lot more comfortable from the second you put them on. Sizing for me is as normal.
No issues with the lacing system yet, a joy to use.
Get a pair Al, you won’t regret it.
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2 hours ago, Old Mill Tree Care said:

No, nothing?? Must be something.

I had a lace snap, as did my colleague, Al - you met him at the first aid course Al.

Emailed Boa support, sent a photo and they send out 4 repair packs, which is the twisty dial bit and wire lace. All done in about three days. I was able to still wear the boots with the snapped lace, as it was the bottom one.


Boots are wearing well, and still extremely comfortable. I still recommend then.

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