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Snowboard boots and bindings

Posted 01-28-2011 at 07:15 PM by Jakevendetta

I broke my ankle boarding the other day because my boots were a little bit too big. Now for next season i am looking for new boots and bindings, I am considering Flow because of the ease of use. But I want to keep it under 200$ and get decent boots and bindings. Do you think Flow would be good for me? or is there something else you would suggest?
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    I'm rocking a pair of DC boots right now. I'm not sure of the model but it says Alpha inside the boot. They're ratcheting type with steel cables for tightening. All you have to do is twist two circles and they get them right tight for you. They're great because you can just turn them a click or two if you feel youve got some slack and pop them out to loosen them if they're too tight. Almost no down time. They're a harder boot with little flex, but as a beginner I've had a lot of fun with them, and when I purchase my own set of gear am going to pick these up again.
    Posted 02-02-2011 at 10:16 PM by Tachypsychia Tachypsychia is offline
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