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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-17-2009, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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Quality wise, how are the boots from Celsius? Their 2010 lineup looks good and I may have try some on next season if they're made well.

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where did you see their 2010 stuff?
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the quality is excellent. I bought last years cirrus boots and they are made really well. definitly worth trying on!!
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They are real comfortable and good quality. Dnt get them if you have cartels though they won't fit
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Anyone know how well they tend to work with 2009 Union Forces?

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Anyone know how well they tend to work with 2009 Union Forces?
i actually have 09 forces and they go good with my celsius boots
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I heard somewhere that Celsius boots feel like a 32 boot, only higher quality and more durable. Which Celsius boot would have a flex like the prospect or lashed? My prospects are getting to the point where they need replacing and I want omething similar in flex.
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no one can say how durable or what quality they are are. no one on here has any access to warranty rates or quality control signmas. any posts anyone makes can only be there personal experience and your experience may vary. i would put the "quality" thing out of your mind and instead ask about warranty policy and peoples experience with returning them, or ask shops who sell them how they handle any issues like that. most companies are trying to balance making a good product with being profitable, and most brealize you can't hock junk and stay in business.
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i have the cirrus boots and hands done my favorite boot i ever owned. thats the boot to look at. super comfy from day one and the flex is perfect for park.
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