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post #41 of 42 (permalink) Old 12-18-2010, 08:23 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by alecdude88 View Post
i have a pair of vans with the speed lacing system and couldn't be happier but i did use to have airwalks . . .
what kind of vans were they?

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Get double BOA or traditional laces; speedlace/powerlace system is horrible

In a search for a perfect pair I probably tried like 30 pairs, from $100 to $400+
I loved double BOA but couldn't find boots that fit.
Salomon Dialogue and F20 are super comfy and I wanted to keep them, but they would never stay tight due to powerlace system.

To my surprise lowly Ride Orion were the best fit in the flex I wanted. My wallet is also pretty happy
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