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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-08-2009, 05:08 PM
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How do you like your thirty two lashed boots? Do they fit true to size(same size as your shoe size)? Are they generally comfortable and keep your feet somewhat dry? I've always had DC's in the past and want to try out a different brand.
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Well they pack out ALOT like 1 size. they are more for ppl with bigger feet. its comfy, so if you have wide feet go for it. but u should reli try them out yourself to see if u like how they fit. its all personally preference
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i have a pair. i like them a lot and they are very comfy and light just like 32 says. they flex smoothly and dont dig into your calf like some boots. i love the sti foam, it dampens vibrations and is cushy but is still durable. i had a stomp pad that i was worried about wit em but they didnt really get chewed up at all. a lot of ppl question 32s durability but i havent had any problems and they should last me this next season. defiantly try them on first at a shop thou, boots are the most important part of your setup and you want happy feet.
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Ive had mine for going on three seasons now. No problems so far. I love how light they are
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Thanks for the info guys. I know its all on personal preference and how they feel on my feet. I just wanted to see how you guys viewed them. Thanks again.

Do any of you use them with union forces? If you wear a 9.5 or ten Lashed, will they fit in a M/L (6.5-10)Froce?
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^^^^^ They'll fit with Forces, but will be really snug and almost not fit with Contacts.
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I love my 32's. I used to have lashed and picked up some ultralights last season. Some people complain about them not lasting but I haven't had any issues yet.
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If you guys mention seasons, give the average number of days riding so we have a better idea.
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I've had mine for three (or is it four now?) seasons and I ride maybe 25-30 days per season. I don't recall the model name but mine has the double BOA lacing, one above the ankle and one around the foot. They are very light and the interior is very soft and forgiving. Mine fit true to size. I like them a lot.

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This years lashed are made very wide and short. Try them on before purchasing them.


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