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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 11-22-2010, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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Other than just wearing ur new boots and riding whats a good way to get them semi broke in before u hit the slopes
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use em on the mountain
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simply wear your boots as if they were your daily shoes.

I chase powder for a living. As long as I can get that tingly sensation and some white stuff in my face every day, I will be perfectly content with life.
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simply wear your boots as if they were your daily shoes.
agreed. Wear them around the house for a week or so.
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Put them in a fire, that will soften them up
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Put them in a fire? heat molding?
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yeah make sure you have good flames and just toss em in
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I usually put lighter fluid or gasoline on mine first. It's teh little things that count

skip work and ride!
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i watched some youtube videos and they all show people putting them in the oven for a minute them putting them on and wearing them for 10 minutes does this sound right?
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