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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-09-2008, 01:40 PM
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Advice about boots needed

Hi, was just loopking for some advice really, im looking to buy some new boots and was looking at these Salomon f20s, ive been away 3 times, Would they be ok for me? Salomo - Boots - Wms F20 0809 on Two Seasons
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-09-2008, 05:01 PM
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I just -- like, just yesterday (squeeeeee!) -- bought a pair of Salomon Optimas and I am so, so, so stoked on them. I was seriously married to Burton. I went from Ride boots to Burton and thought the B's were the be all end all, and yesterday thought it would be more of the same. The sales guy had me try on a Burton Emerald on my right foot and the Solly Optima on my left, then I wore them around the store for an hour while we talked about bindings. By the end of the afternoon I was truly, madly, deeply in love with the Salomons. I couldn't believe the difference in comfort -- after an hour the Burton foot, in fact the whole leg, was tense and tired and I was just standing and walking around. I found that anytime I leaned forward the Solly really hugged my heel without vice-gripping it. I don't know how exactly the F20s stack up against the Optimas, but I'm super-impressed with Salomon and I have a feeling they'd be a great choice for you too.
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if you havent tried them on, no one on here can tell you if they will work or not. You need to try on boots before you buy because everyones foot is different. If you have/do try on them and they fit well, solomon is a solid brand and they should do you well.
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before I got my girlfriend some burtons I got salomon kiaras and its a shame they didnt fit better because they seemed like a very solid and comfortable boot
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