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(Sorry, wrong forum, please delete this ) Burton Ion vs dual BOA

I know this question has been discussed for years before.
I just wonder, coming into the year 2014, i bet all the problem with
BOA ( with the dual and triple BOA, lifetime warranty etc ) has probably been solved.

I would like to get opinions regarding the dual BOA boots vs the Ion which
is what i have been shopping for, until I tried the dual BOA, Flow Talon focus.
The lacing is even more convenient than the speed lacing.

It will be the best combination if the Ion comes with the dual BOA.
Is there any reason that Burton does not offer BOA ( other than the Tyro)?

How does Ion compare with the following BOA boot,
Flow Talon Focus, Ride Trident ( triple BOA ), Vans Cirro, and other similar boots ?
They are alll similarly priced.

I like the Ion's stiffness, the liner. The speed lacing is nice, but the
dual BOA seems to be even better.


Last edited by struts; 12-29-2013 at 03:49 AM. Reason: wrong forum
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