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What boots should i get?

I am looking to get a new pair of boots. I will be riding park and backcountry so i would want a strong boot. I have been looking at the dc super park boots. post with any input please.
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Sorels with a Koflach ski boot tongue stuffed in are the shit get on that man!

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Sorels with a Koflach ski boot tongue stuffed in are the shit get on that man!
and the best thing about sorels is you dont even have to try em on or anything!!! just get em!
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just remember, the worse they stink, the better they fit!

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i have never heard of anyone riding with sorels. does it really work?
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i have never heard of anyone riding with sorels. does it really work?
That's what we used before "snowboard" boots. I sense sarcasm. You need to try boots on and pick the ones that fit your feet the best. We can't tell you what that will be. If you don't you stand a good chance of having a painful experience. Check the boot stickies at the top for fitting guides. It sounds like you want a mid to stiff boot for the riding you have in mind, but it's all preference. If a softer boot fit's best, that's what you go with.

Edit: just noticed you had park in the mix too. Guy's usually like a softer boot for that, so it looks like you're open to anything, or just stick to mid flex.

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i have never heard of anyone riding with sorels. does it really work?
Fuck yeah it works now that I got my flux capacitator and delorean all primed I'm going back to the future that is in the past and rocking this set up again.

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just remember, the worse they stink, the better they fit!
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