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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-11-2009, 08:53 PM
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I'm going to the giants stadium sale thing tomorrow and I'm on the search for some boots. Budget is around $150 but they'll probably be a steal at the sale. So what are some boot brands to look for and what brands are to stay away from?
Btw-women's boots in case you haven't figured it out yet.
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The Nikes are about as good as your going to find....

I personally own the Vans Cirro, and my girl has the womens Nike boots. She was going to get the Vans Veil boot, but went with the Nike.

But ultimately you should try some on and see what fits you. Remember that the boot should fit a little bit snug for packing out.
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Thanks, any brands to stay away from?
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it all depends if the boot fits your foot. Salomons may be the best for you and 32 the worst. I had some 32 boots for the last couple years, and the ones i tried on this year all fit weird, so i ended up going with some k2 boots

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i have a pair of K2s and they are super comfy
awsome boot.

wen it comes to buying boots thou, different brands generally make different shaped boots..
like im pretty sure burton make a wider boot, while salomon make a low boot

so depending on your foot size/shape different boots iwll suit u differently
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