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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-08-2010, 02:07 AM
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Better fitting boots for my bindings?

I have some soloman boots from 2005 and they dont fit my ride contraband that good. SO i was lloking at the Strapper Keeper or possibly a boa boot. I wear a size 12 and Im a college kid so im tryin to keep it on the cheap.
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really? no one has any help or advice on brand of boots? Celsius boots any good? Anyone ridden them with ride bindings?
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The review I read about the Strapper Keeper said they had issues with getting the straps tight enough and keeping them tight, which made sence to me looking at the design. If you want a flexy loose park boot they would probably work out fine though...
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The review I read about the Strapper Keeper said they had issues with getting the straps tight enough and keeping them tight, which made sence to me looking at the design. If you want a flexy loose park boot they would probably work out fine though...
I wasnt looking at just strapper keeper but anyothers that would fit in the contraband.
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