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ride strapper keeper vs. ride anthem boa

im looking for fast boot tightening
and keeping it tight without loosining during the day
i am riding a ride kink 152 with ride ex large bindings which boots would be better for me
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I have the 2009 Ride Anthems and I really don't like the lacing system. The entire upper area is secured with just one crossing of the lace and it would come loose on me. They are getting replaced by Salomon F20's this year. I've had two pairs of inline skates where the top strap was velcro and I never had them loosen on me while skating. Go for the Strapper Keepers out of your two choices.
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