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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-26-2009, 01:25 AM Thread Starter
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Salomon F24 vs Malamute

I am looking for boot for carv, groomers and freeride. My setup is never summer Titan and Rome targa bindings.

Plus of the F24 boot is that they are really low profile and the malamutes that are stiff. I almost decided to buy F24's but I'm afraid that they will be to soft. Is the difference between this boots big or not. Please recomend me one of those boots and if possible write sth more about them.
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The F24 and the Malamutes are about the same in terms of stiffness, with, maybe, a slight edge to the Malamutes. Try them both on and see which one fits you better. You can't go wrong with either for carving and freeriding.
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