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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-27-2010, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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Burton Rulers

Anybody ever use these and have any problems? I tried on a pair today and they felt awesome, but I want some opinions before I buy.
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Bought my Rulers a few weeks ago and rode them for three days in Winter Park this past weekend. All I have to compare to are my old boots, but these are FAR better in every way. They are lighter, more comfortable, just as warm and faster to get into and out of.

One thing I did notice - I had to limit how far tightly I strapped the bindings. Too tight and it would actually make my toes fall asleep. My old bindings could crank down till they wouldn't move anymore on my old boots, but these new boots seem to be a little softer on top and will compress when strapping down the bindings tightly. Once I found the right setting, riding felt fine. So far, great boots.
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I have a pair of rulers and love them. One of if not the best lacing systems out there, mine have 50 ish days on them now and my laces have never broken or even slipped for that matter. Look out for numb toes tho, its very easy to overtighten this system, in addition to what Jumbo said about doing up bindings too tight.
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had a pair and hated them


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read this thread. lot of user input.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boo...-how-long.html

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Awesome input, thanks everybody. I went ahead and ordered them, so we'll see how they feel when I actually take them out.
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