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Fitting zips in boots
Most zip failures in boots are a result of poor footwear upper design or incorrect insertion.
Successfully incorporating a zip ('zipper') in a boot is a challenge that needs to be met in order for footwear manufacturers to avoid related complaints or returns. The most common cause for zips failing in boots is the way in which the zip has been attached to the upper.
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