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January 06, 2020 1 min read

Ever experienced an issue, with your Core 12 binding heel reversed to allow flat mode (or medium height), of the heel risers/lifters flipping forward?

There is a solution so simple and so easy you will want to slap yourself in the forehead if you hadn't thought of it. Watch this short video - and hold your palm away from your forehead!

Don't feel bad, when this was first reported to me, I couldn't figure it out. I didn't know what the person was talking about. They wrote me a few minutes later saying they had figured it out!

Michael Hagen
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