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32 Ultrlight boots?

Keen on a light boot this season. Considering these, any comments on how people have found em? Im always a bit sceptic with things a bit out there different.

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my old roommate loves em


I was surprised how light they are


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Very light indeed, but also way too flexible. Although, this years is considerably stiffer than their debut model.

The liner, however, is quite rough on my calves, it's got this rather strange mesh material that would probably chafe if I rode a day in them.
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Thanks for the feedback so far guys
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ultralight, ultra-fall-apart-on your ass

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I just received an 08/09 pair of ultralights under warranty after my 09/10 lashed fell apart after two days. I can't say how they are going to hold up, seeing my expectations from 32 are pretty low so far. What I can say is that they are super light, you have to look down to make sure they are still on your feet. I haven't been able to try them out yet, but from just wearing them around the house, they are fairly comfortable...with a medium flex(feels the same as the lashed). Make sure to try on a pair before you buy them. That will be your deciding factor.
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The liner, however, is quite rough on my calves, it's got this rather strange mesh material that would probably chafe if I rode a day in them.
It would probably help to wear some taller snowboarding socks.
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