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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-20-2014, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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K2 Data Boots?

I'm seeing the K2 data boots on sale and as part of packages on a lot of sites, but I can find a lot of info or feedback on them. Also, they seem to have been cut from the K2 lineup after 2 years or production. Has anyone used or owned these? Are they quality/comfortable? I'm looking for a med/stiff boot on the cheap for all-mountain freeriding. I'll probably pair them with Rossignol Cage bindings or K2 Formula bindings. Any feedback would be awesome!
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These K2 Data Boots are on sale everywhere, someone must have tried some!

Another cheap alternative seems like the Burton Moto. Anyone tried those? Are they stiff enough for all-mountain charging?
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