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That's another thing I forgot to mention...my apologies, always always bring the socks that you'll be riding in when u try out new boots. I usually like to walk around just to make sure that my toes won't get crunched or if nothing else is irritating me. Comfort while riding is one thing, but you have to get to the lift first right? If u say that once u put on ur riding socks then the pain went away, then that's a good sign. I have a hard time in believing what others say as far as the boot will expand and to buy tighter blah blah. That was my mistake in my first pair. I got them tight, I rode 2 seasons and they were still tight. So my next pair I listened to my own self.
If u really like the burton then debate it for a little bit before u pull the trigger. Once again I can't stress this enough... Comfort is key and listen to what ur foot is telling you. You have my thumbs up for the hails.
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Last edited by Mr. Polonia; 02-27-2010 at 07:53 PM.