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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-02-2011, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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What is the lightest boot on the market...

and do you know how much it weighs?

If you have any other input on the boot it would be appreciated.

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I don't think there is a table for this. But we could start one!
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Rome SDS - they say their lightest boot is the Libertine - around 2lbs. I'll post more up here as I hear back from the companies...
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Lightest boot I've ever held is F20's but I that is as accurate as a butt dyno for cars.


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Shit I forgot to weigh my B Imperials. Will do later.
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Northwave's "Freedom" is their lightest. No info on exact weight...
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Imperials by Burton are 1035 grams per boot. Thats 2.28 lbs. My 05 Motos weigh 1055 grams.
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Whatever it is, it'll have a Phylon sole. Prob something like the ThirtyTwo Ultralight.

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