- Use L-pads to fill the void between the Achilles tendon and ankle bone.
- They can create better security and heel hold-down.
- They are self-adhesive and can be sanded or trimmed to fit as necessary.
- Attach them to the outside of the boot liner.
- 1/8" thick firm foam.
- Sold as 2-pairs (2 rights/2 lefts) enough for a pair of boots.
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Bought these for my Lange ski boots. I have narrow heel and normal rest of foot. Adding these (plus a heel wedge) on outside of liner resulted in perfect boot fit. Adjusted buckles once or twice in the AM and they were perfect for the rest of the day. No more need to overtighten!
Product came quickly. Quality is fine, but they don't seem to take up nearly as much volume, nor do they seem to stick quite as securely, as the ankle wrap pads.
These are excellent at filling the unwanted volume in boot shells without creating pressure points.
I wanted C pads and received L pads
Tognar rocks!! Amazing customer service and fast shipping. These really helped get my snowboard boots fitting properly. Easy to install and now no more calf soreness.
These pads do a good job getting my boot tighter around my heel, and I love how inexpensive they were. I also haven't had any issues with them coming off the liner, they seem to stick pretty well.
Good and simple. Foam is not super compressable which is nice and the glue is strong enough. Good cheap solution other than buying new boots if you have fit issues
Boots: Burton Moto 2015 Although an instruction video or paper would be useful, another company does have a video on this. Basically: three finger from the sole should be right. The liner in my motos already has a sort of jbar it os easily applied on top of that. Immediately i can feel the better heel lock. I will try first with just one pad on the outside. If that isn't enough I'll add another two on the inside. World of difference. Great product.
Works great, highly recommend!!