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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-05-2011, 09:36 AM Thread Starter
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DC Scout BOA words of Wisdom?

I am thinking about purchasing the DC Scout BOA for my first pair of Snowboard boots that I have actually bought is there something else similar in Price that I should look at or should I go with these? some words of Wisdom of Brands of boots would be great! Thanks and look forward to the input. I will be doing some down hill not really any park riding I am in Italy, and will be using these for the next three season here!
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If you can afford it, I'd go with one of the dual BOA setups.
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its either the scout boas or burton hails probably the 2010 models or thirty two lash
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I had DC Scout BOAs and they had pressure points that killed my feet no matter how I adjusted the BOA. A year ago I switched to Burton Hails, they are the most comfortable boot I've ever had.
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I actually am gonna go with the thirty two lash I think people say their not quite as comfortable but stiffer then the hails
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