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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-13-2007, 06:55 PM
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What kinda of Burton Boots ??

Hi there,

I recently recieved this Burton boots from my uncle but, I have no any idea what model or what year this Burton Boots came out. I believe this is an old boots, but I would appreacite if you guys can give me more information about this boots. I would like to know if what year this boots came out, the model, and maybe some reviews of this boots if theres any. I will be attaching some pictures of the boots for references. I hope to hear from you guys.

Sorry for the title i mis-spelled

Thanks
Ron
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Paging banffbadass...
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Paging banffbadass...
wut do u mean ? i dont get it sorry....
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wut do u mean ? i dont get it sorry....
Haha. He's a Burton rep.
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Haha. He's a Burton rep.
ohh i see.. cool..

is this good or bad boots ? is this embarassing to use in the publilc coz its old skool ?? so this boots is Burton what.. paging ?? wut model is it guys ?
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ohh i see.. cool..

is this good or bad boots ? is this embarassing to use in the publilc coz its old skool ?? so this boots is Burton what.. paging ?? wut model is it guys ?
Uh, no...those models aren't the paging model...there's no such thing. I don't have the foggiest idea what they are, but if you've tried them on, and you like it, go for it.
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fugging 80s style!!!!! hahahahaha

joke!

don't stress the steez, just be amped to be riding yo!

sheeeit so much about the superficial people forget to just enjoy life.

how do priorities get so whacked out?

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Dude those boots are mid to late nineties at the very least. Psssssht! We wish we had boots like that in the 80's. Here is the state of the art boot for '88.


Bad ass I tell ya!
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is that real fleece?


ROFL!

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The only "bad" boot is the one that does not fit you well. If those fit well, ride them till they fall apart and have more duct tape than boot. Looking at the pic, is that a breatheable material in the front? if so, they might such in wet snow/weather due to leakage....the liners look plenty cushy!
indeed.. as long as it comfy to me and fits perfect, hey why not use it.. its gonna be attached to burton board and drake bindings.. ill post the pic as well of my new toys...

BTW: thanks for the help and replies its really helpful, but im still curious what model is this i emailed burton as well and hoping to get an answer from them. *cross fingers*
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