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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-11-2010, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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help buying new boots??

ok, ive got burton hail boots now, but after riding in them 2 seasons there loosing up too much and my heel slides up in them now...so im in the market for a new pair of boots, i ride about 50/50 mtn & park here on the east coast, so i want something about medium flex i guess u would say...im not particlur to any brands so im open to anything..i just want a comfortable boot

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Nobody can suggest a comfortable boot, they can suggest what fits their feet but the same boot they wear may hurt you're feet like hell. Try on many pairs and buy what fits properly.

I have burton rulers, and an old pair of vans, but it's not the brand it's how the boot fits. Somebody may suggest 32's, personally they don't fit my feet right at all.
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Very true... Try on many to find what works for you. I'm a big Vans guy though. On my third pair in 8 years. Currently riding the Andreas Wiig model but that may be a bit stiffer than your looking for. Check em out
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