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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-26-2009, 10:04 AM Thread Starter
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Northwave's New T-Track Lacing

Gimmick or Contender to Boa?

Northwave T Track Snowboard Boot
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Looks good to me. I have a pair of Legends from last year that I still like. Has 2 handles that you yank on the tighten all the laces at once. Inner boot looks the same. This design looks cool though, it's like starting a lawnmower on your foot
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The technology looks solid as anything else out there. i.e. It'll tighten your boot fast, even though you'll look like you're trying to start a chainsaw engine in your boot.

As for its comfort and equal force-distribution, pictures can't answer that, only your foot can.

I've heard plenty of good stuff about Northwave. I wouldn't buy something like this outright, but I'd give it a good consideration if more than two unbiased people told me they liked it first.
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I love my Northwave Decade boots. They seem to be very well made... showing very little wear after a season of riding... so as long as they maintain their quality.
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