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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-23-2010, 09:11 AM Thread Starter
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K2 Maysis vs. Flow Rift Coiler Two Zone

I have my boot selection down to two candidates.
Any opinions on which is better.
Both fit nicely, I'd give the quality edge to the K2.

The Maysis is a little stiffer, but both boots are in line with what I'm looking for which is an All Mountain type boot.

Thanks for any input

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I have a disclaimer to make.

I only tried on the K2 T1 not the maysis. I'd be buying the Maysis online as the T1 are on the stiff side.
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I just got the Maysis in the Mail. They seem like a very well constructed boot.
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So I'm returning the Flows. I'll write a review of the maysis on sunday.
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did you get to use them yet?

i'm looking at the maysis, i think it looks really sweet. how do you think it would be for a beginner? too stiff?
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Yeah, I used them last weekend. The double BOA is incredible. They are a fairly comfortable boot, and I think once you break them in they wont be too stiff.
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I just bought the K2 Maysis. Can you please tell me what bindings did you use and how did you like them? I bought Burton Infidels but I heard it doesn't do well with double boa systems. Ugh!
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ordered online and found my Maysis to be one size small. All my other boots were 10's. Seems like I need an 11 w/ K2. Any impressions with sizing?
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I'm an 11.5 sneaker and an 11 shoe. So I got the Maysis in a size 11. Once they broke in they were fine. The first wear was a little painful, but last weekend they were great and i had no pain at all.
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I was considering breaking them in, but my toes just slightly touch the bridge of the boot. If this was the case with you and they still worked out then that's great and I'll keep them. Got a great deal on them, so I would hate to send them back since they're all sold out by now!
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