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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-25-2008, 07:36 PM
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Recommend some good boots?

Ive had some 32 Prospects for about 5 years now and they're beginning to wear out and get less comfortable. Can anyone recommend some good boots? I was looking for something really light cause those Prospects are heavy. Something comfortable, light, and park-durable. Thanks
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Any of the salomom F boots. I have the F22's and they are super light and comfy. I call them my jesus boots!
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burton freestyles, cheep and good
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Depends on what type of riding you do.. I do mainly freeriding, and the Burton Hail boot is the most comfortable boot I have tried that is still stiff enough for carving down the mountain.
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F22 are stiff.
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post #6 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-26-2008, 07:18 AM
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What style of riding do you do? Is your foot wide or narrow?
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narrow foot. im a park rat, although i do occasionally go to mammoth and just cruise. i want these boots to be more geared towards park: like jumps, rails, etc.
would there be something good for both?
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burton jeremy jones 09 boots are sick(i have them) super comfy, soft, flat feel like a skate shoe. they are sweet lol
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Check out the Vans BFB. I ride them and all I ride is park. Vans are known for their narrow profile and they offer a range of quality boots that will fit most riding styles. I chose the BFB because they are a med stiff boot that break in to a med flex that I was looking for in the park. It's also supportive enough to ride the rest of the mountain with ease.
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