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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-23-2010, 01:51 PM
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Chick Boots!

Beginner rider here. Obviously I'm looking for a good pair of boots that will fit. Not too stiff but not too soft either. I don't really care about heat molding or that little click wheel thing to tighten the boot (in place of laces) while it would be nice it's not a necessity. I've been looking at 32 Lashed boots and Burton Coco's. I tried on the Coco's today (and a pair of k2 boa's to compare) and I liked them a lot, they were cushiony and comfortable for me but I was just wondering what other girls thought of them.

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The Lashed is favored by many. Check out the Forum Promise SLR as well, I've been rocking the male version of that boot. (Speed lacing) stiff flex rating but after two seasons, I'd say they are medium. So a girl could get 3-5 seasons out of them. When they are new, just leave the inner liner loose for a medium flex.

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I'm a beginner too and I just bought some boots awhile ago. I started with the Burton Lodi(slightly higher up from the Coco) and thought they were great...until I spent a full day at the mountains with them and realized they were impossible to get a supportive feel. I ended up exchanging them for the Burton Sapphires(quite a bit higher up than the Coco) but they feel soooo much better. Great ankle support, well built, and traditional laces(very important to me). As you've probably read many times here, try on as many pairs as you can and don't go for the cheapest as I thought my Lodi's were great until I tried on the Sapphires(which are only in the middle of the pack in Burton's line of women's boots). Have fun shopping!!

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