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Old 10-13-2009, 02:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a pair of '09 burton ruler boots and i love em. My friend wants to get a pair and i dont know if i should tell him to just get the 2009's or the 2010's. cause is there any difference between the '09 and the '10 burton rulers boots? because i cant see any
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for the cost, get last yrs, i paid 85 beans
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Have him try some boots on. The only way to tell. Besides, the ruler does not have a rep for being a good boot, quite the opposite.
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Well there arent alot of choices for size 15's. Any suggestions?
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I've got the 09 Rulers, love the lacing system they have but that does not mean they are a good fit for someone else.
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Have him try some boots on. The only way to tell. Besides, the ruler does not have a rep for being a good boot, quite the opposite.
Hmmm? I did a lot of research last year before buying my Rulers and they got great reviews in general...the only other boots i'd get assuming they fit properly from Burton would be the Ions...the boot itself works great and is comfy and the speed lacing is nice. It takes a bit of getting used too but once you figure it out i can be all strapped in and ready to go as fast as my skier buddies who just throw their foot in the boot and click some straps.
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ive worn garbage, ive worn bottom barrel, the ruler is far from either

heel fit ... boots pack out ... buy it tight ... do we really know what were doing, can we really control a soft boot

wear them, break em in, enjoy them, then buy a new pair

the seriousness is getting out of hand

boot shape matching binding shape, now theres something something to look into, the way i see it they build boots for bindings, not for the various feet, you buy a length size not a mold size, an arch problem and wide feet are another ballgame
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Old 12-24-2009, 05:57 AM   #9 (permalink)
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ive worn garbage, ive worn bottom barrel, the ruler is far from either

heel fit ... boots pack out ... buy it tight ... do we really know what were doing, can we really control a soft boot

wear them, break em in, enjoy them, then buy a new pair

the seriousness is getting out of hand

boot shape matching binding shape, now theres something something to look into, the way i see it they build boots for bindings, not for the various feet, you buy a length size not a mold size, an arch problem and wide feet are another ballgame
when u say arch problems are a different ball game what boots would you say are good for this then. i have driver x atm and are too stiff for my new setup (so i'm told) i have a ride dh 2.2 with burton triads.had rulers before and found them a little tight. any help wud be appreciated.
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so far i really like my 09 rulers and the more i wear them the more comfy they are. I bought them so my big toe was touching pretty good, and now it is barely touching and getting a little better everytime i ride.
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