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richieski
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Which foostraps / pads for old skool trixs

Postby richieski » Tue Mar 08, 2011 2:48 am

Anyone have any input for foostraps/pads that would best suit old school style of riding? I have 2011 nobile pads, I find they lock my feet in too well. I have quite flat feet so would suit a footpad that doesn't have a huge arch support in it so i could slide my feet in and out easier.
Liquid force comp pads 2011?
Crazyfly pro pads?
Any others

richieski
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Re: Which foostraps / pads for old skool trixs

Postby richieski » Sun May 15, 2011 4:56 pm

Just to let you know I have liquid force pro and they do the job nicely

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Re: Which foostraps / pads for old skool trixs

Postby Toby » Sun May 15, 2011 5:40 pm

Pads are not that important, as long as they are thick enough to soften landings.
But straps are. It is important to make the quiet big...and since I have big feet, I need them very big.
I like the Flyboards Straps, since I can make them big and still have it soft on the side, when I turn my foot inside to lock it in so I won't loose the grip despite the big straps.


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