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  • Loosen the laces, pull the tongue forward and insert your foot into the boot.
  • Center the boot tongue and pull it up.
  • Then tighten the laces through the eyelets so they are snug (no slack) but not too tight. To insure proper support for the ankles, the tightest point of lacing should be at the instep.
  • Follow by criss-crossing the laces snugly around each hook. 
  • When you reach the top, tie a secure bow. If the ends are too long, wrap the laces through the hooks again and then tie a bow in front. Do not let the ends of the laces drag on the ice.
  • A good fit will allow you to insert a finger in the back of your boot.

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