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Vans Matlock 2011

I'm now ready to get some new boots for this comming season, and i was trying out some vans aura boots from last year and they fit me really well, i would have gotten em if one of the boa reels wasn't broken.

But i was looking at the vans boots and the Matlock sparks my interest cause of the boa and the power strap.

My question is does the power strap work effectively to tighten the boot, or am i better off with boa, i really want some sort of fast lacing system, i'm done lacing my boots in super cold weather lol.

o I also want to know if the velcro gets worn out or something like that, cause i like my boots to last for some time.

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I wouldn't worry about the velcro durability at all. I have had two pairs of inline skates with the upper main strap being velcro and both have lasted. One over a year and one over two years of street and park skating. Both of them had smaller straps then that Vans boot. I think the system that Vans has would be sick for a softer park type boot.
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