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post #171 of 214 (permalink) Old 02-15-2011, 06:50 PM
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The kaijus have more of a minimalistic ankle harness there is a little less material its kinda cut out between the rings. But in the boot you cant really tell the difference IMO. Overall the ZF1s just fit my foot better i guess seems like the toe box is bigger in the ZF1s.
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just wonder what everyone thinks of the new nike boots

i have the top of the line dc from last year, love em but there done

also curious if they start to stink like all nikes do and its nike materals that end up stinking not my feet because my vuittons that i wear everyday dont stink and they have bin soakin wet
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wtb nike zoom force

i tried them on this past weekend and they were really comfortable. my shoe size is 10 and i tried on 10 and they fit perfect.. the problem is that my LBS ran out of them and they are not getting boots this year.. do you guys where i can find some nike ZF1's size 10?
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Im looking for a boot that i can use for all mountain and i was thinking of getting a pair of either the new vapens or the kaijus, what would you suggest?? I have rode the burton ion boot for the past 2 years and i find they are really just not that comfortable.
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The Kaiju's are a pretty good choice for an all mountain boot. It's a pretty good mix of stiff and flex, and I rode on them for 80 days this year and they are still in surprisingly good shape. Best pair of boots I have owned.
If you are interested here's a short little review we did. Nike Zoom Kaiju Review | TRNDcollective

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Just going to throw my inner nike-fanboy out there and say that nike zf1's are beautifully made and feel orgasmic on my wide feet.
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nike vapen - how small is too small

Hoping you guys can help me out. I bought the vapens in a 9 and they fit real nice but i thought it might be loose after they pack out so I returned them for the 8.5. I've been wearing them and they're snug, great around the heel and everywhere but my toes are REAL snug. I can clench? my toes and there's no pain points but it hugs my toes and they started to tingle or go numb after walking around and sitting awhile. Should I expect that these will pack out or should I get the 9's? I tried a ton of boots and these felt the best on my foot. I'm just going for want comfort and heel hold.

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The Kaiju's are a pretty good choice for an all mountain boot. It's a pretty good mix of stiff and flex, and I rode on them for 80 days this year and they are still in surprisingly good shape. Best pair of boots I have owned.
If you are interested here's a short little review we did. Nike Zoom Kaiju Review | TRNDcollective
How are they in terms of warmth? Do you wear the same size as you do in shoes?
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So I think im picking up some Kaijus, does anyone ride them with K2 bindings if so how do they fit
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I haven't had any issues with cold feet and as far as size is concerned they run like a typical Nike.

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