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Old July 19th, 2010, 04:07 AM   #1
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Default Foot Soreness

I have foot soreness on the inside of one of my feet, but the other foots soreness in the same spot has ceased. My bone is sore on biggest part of my inside foot. Is this common and if so how long does it take to recover?
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Old July 19th, 2010, 04:56 AM   #2
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Your sorness could be from a lot of things. You say the bone is sore - do you mean the outside like a hot spot? Or is it the joint?

If it is the joint it could be that your foot slides in the boot and you are gripping with your toes to compensate.
If it is a hot spot - that can come from poor fit that is too tight or a fit that is too loose and allowing rubbing and sliding at that spot.

The fix is different depending on the problem.
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Old July 19th, 2010, 07:42 PM   #3
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Your sorness could be from a lot of things. You say the bone is sore - do you mean the outside like a hot spot? Or is it the joint?

If it is the joint it could be that your foot slides in the boot and you are gripping with your toes to compensate.
If it is a hot spot - that can come from poor fit that is too tight or a fit that is too loose and allowing rubbing and sliding at that spot.

The fix is different depending on the problem.
It's a hot spot for sure.
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Old August 10th, 2010, 11:46 AM   #4
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IMHO, as a heavier, taller skater, foot pain is everything! I try my best to keep my feet without bumps bruises and blisters but it still happens. I buy those instep orthotics (usually less than $20), but sometimes that changes my feel.
When I'm going the distance, I realize, after ten years, I need softboots. That means I'm lugging extra weight and I'm less fast - I just bought a pair of Powerslide C4 and I have a pair of K2 Rad90s.
For less than ten miles, I try to minimize sock contact. I just bought these socks called Performance Team Socks - 60% micro nylon, 30% spandex, 10% textured nylon - extremely comfortable.
Otherwise there's always treating the individual foot area that bothers you.
Try not to rely on analgesics - it's a long term thing.
I wish you painless riding!
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