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Ladies- Ride Sage Boa?

Took the girlfriend to Seven Springs over the weekend. Everything was great (dinner, hotel room, snowtubing, breakfast, etc. ) until we hit the bunny slope. She was completely miserable in the rentals, and couldn't tell me why. Of course I have the tools to adjust everything, and tried to explain it to her, but she wasn't having it. Only got to teach her the very basics- skating, standing up, and a tiny bit of turning. She ended up sitting at the lodge while I got a few runs in. While she's sitting at the lodge, she sees another guy teaching his girl. Complains that I shouldn't have even had my board on I blame it on teaching guys On the way home we stopped at the shop and she found some boots that made her day.

So I'm asking if anybody has any experience with the particular boot she found- the Ride Sage Boa. The search function here doesn't like short words Looks like there's a quick lace and a boa version out there. Other than the fact that the Jackson Boa feels like sex on my feet I know nothing about these boots and can't find a review.

The shop had all the Ride boots for $10 under MSRP, which is about the best price I've found and about the only "local" place I've found them too.

Snow or sun, not rain
I can ride the slopes with snow, the streets with sun, but rain just plain sucks.
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