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Old 02-02-2010, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone I was looking to get some new boots and these ones really caught my eye. But seeing as how they are a new company and they are up and coming im not too sure. Does anyone have these boots or has anyone heard anything about them? I would be getting the boa version. Thanks.
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Old 02-02-2010, 07:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Heard of them yes. Have a pair of the Cirrus double boas myself. Fit me fine and feel good to me on a comfort level. See no issues with construction. As long as they fit you right you should have no complaints.
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Not really new, been around for 5-6 years now. I've had the CLS-6 and the Cirrus from a few years ago and they were the most durable boots I've ever had...when i sold them they both still looked new and I rode them both for 2 seasons. I ended up getting some vans bfb because my feet are so narrow. But now that they have the new infusion liners I'm actually thinking about buying a new pair of cirrus's myself.
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Riding on last years Cirrus BOA's myself. Good snug fit, the boot seems to be quality. I like the support I get out of them for sure. Celsius is one of those brands that seems to have a good focus on quality. So far I recommend them if they fit your foot.
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Riding on last years Cirrus BOA's myself. Good snug fit, the boot seems to be quality. I like the support I get out of them for sure. Celsius is one of those brands that seems to have a good focus on quality. So far I recommend them if they fit your foot.
for the people with the cirrus boots, how would you describe your feet? wide? narrow? i went to a shop to try them on a few months ago and they didn't get their new inventory in yet. i was just curious what shape the cirrus' are. thanks.
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I seem to have a univeral foot. Maybe it's just from cramming my feet into climbing shoes two sizes smaller than my street shoe for 20 years. Overall I have a flat foot and is probably leans more to the wide side. I can say that my foot in the Cirrus boot fills pretty much all the space. It was one of the tighter fitting boots I have purchased over the years. Again though, it's different for everyone. It's best to try before you buy.
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Hmmm ok! Thanks you guys. Deff gettin good feedback from you guys. Well I was gonna get the boa ones but they sold out so does anyone know if the speed lacing system on them works well and gets a good tight fit? I have the speed lacing on my burton motos but they never seem to get as tight as I need. Thanks!
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I would imagine the fit of the boot is the same. They are just not made with the BOA system in mind. Try before you buy...
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I would imagine the fit of the boot is the same. They are just not made with the BOA system in mind. Try before you buy...
How true are these boots to size...I'm a 10 in almost all street shoes and want something to fit right but there are no dealers around here to try them at.
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If I wanted focus boa boots, I wouldn't hesitate to try these out.
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