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boa vs. K2 conda

i was looking at boots on the k2 website and i saw the conda and boa lacing systems. They look very alike to me. Can anyone tell me the differences if there are any?
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I was just looking at them today too. I "think" the only difference is the Condas have 2 boas, and are a much higher end boot.. Stiffer, better lining etc
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no.... k2's Conda system is a support system for your ankle that wraps the liner. Boots that feature "Conda" can be of 2 varieties. a Pull lace or Boa lace.

Conda is offered on high and lower end boots. It basically pulls your whole foot back into the heel pocket.

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no.... k2's Conda system is a support system for your ankle that wraps the liner. Boots that feature "Conda" can be of 2 varieties. a Pull lace or Boa lace.

Conda is offered on high and lower end boots. It basically pulls your whole foot back into the heel pocket.

better?
I assume the the boa ones are the more higher end ones
are they worth buying?
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I assume the the boa ones are the more higher end ones
are they worth buying?
Yes, regarding the boa. Much more user friendly, but as with anything there is a learning curve... find how boa works for your foot before becoming discouraged.... this is if you are switching from laces.
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