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Old 04-16-2009, 12:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default help with bew boots K2 or Flow

Ok they both feel good so im having a tough time making a decision.
Flow Rival Boa Snowboard Boots 2009 : Snowboard Boots | evo
The Flow might be a good choice because i got Flow bindings.
I didn't get a change to try them on with the bindings.
The only think im scared about is breaking those Boa string things. How good are they?

The other boot is
K2 T1 Snowboard Boots 2009 : Snowboard Boots | evo
Nothing to say about it, just feels good.

The usual place i go gets really icy. I mostly just ride with my ski buds but like to go to the park ones every couple of runs.
Anyone have an idea on which boot would last longer, better quality. Would be the best for all mountain riding.
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Old 04-16-2009, 12:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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No one can answer that question because length of durability is dependent on how you treat everything. For all we know you abuse the crap out of your stuff. The best boot is the one that fits your foot try them on.
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