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Old 12-31-2014, 01:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Burton Concord vs Imperial?

Last year I was getting tired of my 32 Lashed, as they are just too soft for me. I ride a Custom Flying-V with Cartels, so I wanted to give Burton boots a shot since I figured they'd be a good match. I bought the Burton Ions, but had to return them due to a weird pressure point due to the stitching in the liner. On top of that, they were a bit TOO stiff for me. For this season, I was planning on trying the Imperials, but now I see the new Concord has hit the market. Since the Concord is completely new, there hasn't been a whole lot of reviews on it. I'm interested in it simply due to the Dual-Boa system.

The Concord is rated as a "medium" flex, while the Imperial is more in the stiffer end of the spectrum. The 32 Lashed are also rated as "medium" on 32's scale, but do the two scales compare? I'm hoping that the Concord is stiffer than the lashed- otherwise I'd probably want the Imperial.

Anyone have experience with these boots?
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