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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-19-2009, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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Question: '09 DC Phase Boots

Does anyone know if these boots are heat moldable?


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yes, but it doesn't matter because the boot will be mush after a week of riding

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I picked up a pair of these for a song, so I figured it was worth a roll of the dice. The boots they are replacing are really, really old, so I figured anything newer would be an improvement.
When you saw they'll be mush in a week, what do you mean exactly? I moved my superfeet from my old boots (the superfeet are pretty new, althoughthe boots aren't) to the new boots and they feel pretty good. Will this help the longevity?


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Question: '09 DC Phase Boots

In saying they are mush I am assuming you are saying they will be worn out after a week of riding?

They are a softer boot from DC, but they won't break down in a week. - Just because they are not the most expensive boots from DC doesn't make them bad.

I have riden two different pairs of these boots over the past few years, and they lasted the season without issues. I usually put in a good 70 days of riding a season atleast.
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i have dc judges and while i really liked the skate shoe feel, they did get too soft way fast. still better than burton tho
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