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Question Boots that rock?

been getting some new gear for the 08 year...right now im looking at a Burton Driver X for my size 13 foot....anyone know of a great pair of sweet boot or have these burtons and can give some feedback bad or good would appreciate....also got any recommendation im all ears...only boots that come in a black or darker color though...gotta fly with the dark color baby!!!
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-26-2007, 02:38 PM
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i'm partial to the salomon F series.. i've got F20's, but i've heard F22's are better. F20's are uber comfy and responsive... hold down your heels really well while not pinching. they've even got easy lacing technology.
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TRY BEFORE YOU BUYYYY!!!*caps lock* We can throw out makes and models of boots until we're blue in the face, but if those boots don't fit your feet, then it's pointless.
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As BH said, try before you buy. Go into a shop and try on loads of boots.

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DC Allegiance fit my feet the best. I love the dual zone boa system.
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I have Burton Rulers size 13 and they're great for anywhere on the mountain.
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i'm partial to the salomon F series.. i've got F20's, but i've heard F22's are better. F20's are uber comfy and responsive... hold down your heels really well while not pinching. they've even got easy lacing technology.
i agree... i tried on every boot that the shop had and for ME, the salomon FDB's were the most comfortable. i had to spend a little bit more money, but hey, boots are the most important part of the setup...


but def go and try them on
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I'm loving my Burton Motos atm... ^-^'
post #9 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-28-2007, 02:22 AM
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on the subject of boots....
im a lot more into free riding than park but i like to hit jumps and ntural features and maybe somedays hit the park for a session or 2... anyway in 09 im gonna make it an equipment year and gear up and was just wondering how stiff i want my boots... i have burton motos atm and they work fine for me but i dont know what to get in the future... im looking at thirtytwo and burton
is a 32 flex of 5-7 ideal for what i just described?
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Boot stiffness is up to you. If you like how your boots flex now, then next time you go shopping, stick with boots of similar flex.
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