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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-04-2008, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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ROME boots

So, their boards and bindings are the best, but how are their boots? I need new boots this season and I plan to try on some K2, Salomon, 32, and Burtons. Since I have a Rome board and bindings, I figured I mine as well try on their boots. Do they have nice features? Will they stand up to my abuse?
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i have never tried on any rome boots but i ride targa bindings and fit really nicely with my dc judges
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Rome didn't have lightening strike with their boots. They were pretty craptacular last season and the "changes" they made this year not anything great. Try them on and see if they fit but don't expect them to have tons of tech features and crap.

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I bought a pair of Rome Folsom boots and they are amazing. I love them, they are the most comfortable boots Ive ever worn and I love them, its worth the 225 I paid for them in my opinion and I cant wait to put them on and ride them down a hill

They fit well, they are comfortable, they really do control temp. They are just a little soft.
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