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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-14-2007, 09:48 PM
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need boots with mission binding.

hi, i just bought a palmer honeycircle II 161 with mission binding. I now need boots. What kind of boots will fit well with the mission bindings or what kind of boots are great.

I also need some googles and pants and jacket. any recommendation would be nice.

p.s. i am band spanking new to snowboarding.
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you should search a little around forum... bunch of stuff on what to look for on these things. As for the boots go no person here could tell you which boot will fit well for you. Boots will be the most important thing. All boots fit differently for people and it doesn't matter if its the most expensive or the cheapest. If the boot feels great then thats the boot for you. Theres plenty of snowboard wear out there and any options to fit whatever style. I'd say try to find something with 10,000 waterproofness and 10,000 breathability. As for the mission bindings go i believe L is for boots 10+ and medium is for 8-10??? not sure but you can look on website, so make sure you have the right size binding for your boot.
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Should have bought the boots first...
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Should have bought the boots first...
why u say that?
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you should search a little around forum... bunch of stuff on what to look for on these things. As for the boots go no person here could tell you which boot will fit well for you. Boots will be the most important thing. All boots fit differently for people and it doesn't matter if its the most expensive or the cheapest. If the boot feels great then thats the boot for you. Theres plenty of snowboard wear out there and any options to fit whatever style. I'd say try to find something with 10,000 waterproofness and 10,000 breathability. As for the mission bindings go i believe L is for boots 10+ and medium is for 8-10??? not sure but you can look on website, so make sure you have the right size binding for your boot.

my bindings is a size large. they fits a 10+. I"m a size 11. what other spec should i look for in a boot?
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you may want to get a lower profile boot such as a Ride or Salomon. With the size 11 on a HoneyCircle you could be in for some drag otherwise. You're on the cusp of needing a mid or wide board... Bottom line on boots though is get ones that feel the most comfortable on your feet
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you may want to get a lower profile boot such as a Ride or Salomon. With the size 11 on a HoneyCircle you could be in for some drag otherwise. You're on the cusp of needing a mid or wide board... Bottom line on boots though is get ones that feel the most comfortable on your feet
the waist is 25.6. is that enough room for my boots? again my foot size is 11 with mission bindings.

heres some info if it helps.

2007 Palmer Honeycircle 2 All-Mountain Snowboard - 155cm
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that should be fine. i ran 10.5 boots on a 250mm board w/o toe drag (duck stance of 12 and -12).
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I know the board...like I said you'll be close but you should be able to get away with it...
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