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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-17-2007, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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DC Park Boas - Any Comments?

Just looking to see if anyone has had a good or bad experience with these boots. I like the way they fit but am looking for a second opinion from anyone who has used them. I've never used DC boots or a BOA system before.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-17-2007, 10:15 PM
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are these the DC super parks with the boas?
cause i just bought the DC park boots and
i guess super park would just mean they're
better than regular park, but as for the
park boots, they are awesome. they have all
around cushioning and they feel great. theres
a cushion on the bottom of the tongue and it
pushes your foot down around the toe areas.
it feels great.

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yeah. I am mistaken. They are the Super Park Boas I was looking at. Anyone else want to comment?
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I haven't had any DC boots but from what I have heard about the BOA system it seems pretty nice, although I know someone commented that they didn't like the tightness near the bottom of the boots...Personally I don't really think that you could go wrong with a brand like DC though...
post #5 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-19-2007, 12:37 AM
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I tried on both the Super Parks and the Allegiance and I liked how I could tailor the fit more w/ the dual zone boa on the Allegiance. I would have liked to try the Torches on as well but we don't stock them. I def. had more heel lift w/ the super parks.
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The double boa system makes a huge difference...I can't stand the regular boa set up but I just tried on the Allegience's earlier this week and although still not right for my foot, the double boa was awesome allowing you to tune both top and bottom of the boot fit
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Where is the second boa control? I have only seen pics of the regular boa system with the one crank at the top...is the other one at the bottom?
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one on the side one on the tongue... I just noticed that this years K2 T1 has the double boa system also. I love that boot, one of my favorites, and now with the double boa I may have to sell off the MFM's and cop these!
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I don't have the DC's but, I've been using Vans with the Boa system for the last three season and don't think that I could ever go back to laces. The Boa system is so convenient and I haven't had any problems with it.
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