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post #471 of 1117 (permalink) Old 02-18-2008, 11:52 AM
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In fact, they're up again right now, for those interested.

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Salomon F22 boots on SAC right now. NIIIIIIICE!!!!!

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post #473 of 1117 (permalink) Old 02-18-2008, 12:29 PM
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Can anyone comment on how the F22 fit? On the smaller or bigger side? The only boots I've tried were Burtons if anyone can give a comparison.

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Can anyone comment on how the F22 fit? On the smaller or bigger side? The only boots I've tried were Burtons if anyone can give a comparison.

Thanks!
I went from using Burton Rulers to Salomon Synapse boots and I have narrower feet. The Salomons fit my feet like a glove while the Burton's were a little to roomy in the toe and it never seemed that I could get the tight enough. From what I understand, Salomons typically fit a narrower foot and the have wide versions of their boots as well. I have to say that I really like the Salomons and the zone lacing system workers really well for me.

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I went from using Burton Rulers to Salomon Synapse boots and I have narrower feet. The Salomons fit my feet like a glove while the Burton's were a little to roomy in the toe and it never seemed that I could get the tight enough. From what I understand, Salomons typically fit a narrower foot and the have wide versions of their boots as well. I have to say that I really like the Salomons and the zone lacing system workers really well for me.
Thanks for the reply.

Ordered... now let's hope they fit! SAC and WM are killing me - spent over $300 in the past week...
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Thanks for the reply.

Ordered... now let's hope they fit! SAC and WM are killing me - spent over $300 in the past week...
Nice work. You're obviously not married.

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The SAC gods are truly being cruel by posting up only size M. WTF? How about a size for the other 95% of the snowboard population?

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Super nice 686 jacket for all those ladies out there. $109
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thats my jacket .... 2 friends already have it lol
post #480 of 1117 (permalink) Old 02-20-2008, 01:26 AM
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Whole lotta Burton Ronin 2L pants on sale for 100 bucks on WM right now. The last thing I need is more pants, but I thought you guys might be interested.
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