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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-31-2008, 01:27 PM
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Well i come with moer questions

Im thinking about new boots, i probably should get some
its between Some 32 ultralights or possibly DC judge
what do you guys think, for about a 70/30 Park freeride split
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Why would you buy crap?
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Get some Nike boots son
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More crap yay!
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LOL get some nike boots.
DONT DO IT!!!!!
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Get some Nike boots son
I have always been partial to sweat shop child labor boots myself. Plus, that swoosh will make you 2x better at boarding than you already are. It really is a win-win.
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Like Wolf said, it all depends on what fits you best. I personally rock 32 Lashed and I feel like they are the best for me. I have had DC's and changed from those to 32 and never looked back. Ultralights will be to stiff for a lot of park riding. Your best bet, is look for something with a medium flex to get the best of both worlds. FWIW
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^ Ultralights too stiff for park riding its a foam boot there's nothing to keep it stiff.
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