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sold out of nxt at's so trilogy or cartels

hey guys

today i bought my 165w skunk ape. but they were sold out of the flow nxt at's. what they did have was the whole burton lineup and flow trilogys. would the trilogy's or the burton cartels be a good replace since i can't find the nxt at's?
these will be for aa beginner mountain only rider.
the boots im choosing from are burton rulez,burton ions,and dc judge

thanks again for your advice
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Haven't tried the Trilogy's but my 2010 Cartels are the TITS. Comfy and feel good.

Great for all mountain, I've bombed some pretty solid runs with them.

They're also great for the park, you might get into it pretty fast so think about it.
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Trilogys will feel very soft under your weight. Cartels. If those are your only two options.

Better would be K2 Formulas, Uprise, Flux SF45's, Ride Delta's, or Raiden Phantoms.

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check ebay, i picked up some m9's on there and there are some nxt ats as well.
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thanks guys i will check on ebay then see if i can find any of the ones you listed nivek i appreciate ya'lls help. im going back down to orlando tomorrow so ill look today then also go relook at those cartels if you think there worth it.

ps its damn near impossible to find a size 13 boot this time of year at a shop haha
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