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Old 04-15-2009, 02:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Salomon Dialogue vs. Salomon F20 boots

So after a season of riding my K2 T1s which I didn't really like, I want to go back to Salomon.

I used to rock the Dialogue and it was an awesome boot but half a size too big.

Now that I am starting to ride a little bit more park, I am wondering if the Dialogue will be fine or should I go with the progressive flex of the F20.

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I tried on both in the evo retail store and I found the Dialogue to be much more comfortable and with minimal heel lift. The only issue i have with my dialogue's is that there is no quick lace for the liner . My brother has the F22 and it has the inner lining quick lace. I love my Dialogue boots, comfortable and perfectly sized for my feet.
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Old 04-15-2009, 05:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah I don't know where to try on the F20... But I loved the Dialogues so much I'm probably gonna get another pair. heheheheheh
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I picked up Dialogues this season and LOVE them! Super comfy and minimal heel lift.
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I tried on both in the evo retail store and I found the Dialogue to be much more comfortable and with minimal heel lift. The only issue i have with my dialogue's is that there is no quick lace for the liner . My brother has the F22 and it has the inner lining quick lace. I love my Dialogue boots, comfortable and perfectly sized for my feet.
How does the liner lace up then?
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I believe it's a quick lace you just pull and it'll cinch up the inner boot. Then you just stuff it behind the outer tongue and lace that part up.
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^ That's what I thought, but Pudg3 says there is no quick lace for the liner, so I was a little surprised.
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Old 04-16-2009, 09:26 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Sorry! I meant the quick lace system they have for the outer boot :P. My bad for the misinterpretation
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Phew, for a moment i was not going to buy the boot because of that. HAHA!
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