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Boots for SF45/Targe + NS Heritage

Hi,

which boots would you recommend for setup that includes NeverSummer Heritage and Flux SF45 or Rome Targa (yet to decide) ?
Something that will give nice responsiveness but also allow light (out of the park) FS and good comfort.

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Get boots based on what fits your foot. Are you wanting model recommendations that are the mid to mid-stiff in each manufacturers linup?
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The most comfortable ones.

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Get boots based on what fits your foot. Are you wanting model recommendations that are the mid to mid-stiff in each manufacturers linup?
I was thinking about Burton, Vans or Deeluxe lines recommendations. Maybe also 32.
Sure I must try them but I need to know which I should look at.

There are a few ppl with one of those two bindings so their input if very welcomed.
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I have Targas and have solomon f24 boots. Proper boot fit is primary, then see what you have to do to the binding to make the boot work. Most boots will fit into most bindings as long as you get the proper size binding.
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I use DC Journey's with my SF45's. They are the stiffest lace up boot in DC's line from last year. I believe this year's model is called the Ceptor, which I'm gonna try and pick up on sale at the season's "end".

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The boots choose you, you don't choose the boot. But make sure the boot that chooses you will fit in you bindings.
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The boots choose you, you don't choose the boot. But make sure the boot that chooses you will fit in you bindings.
This. Buy your boots first and buy the ones that fit you best.

Pretty much any boots will work with those bindings, the boot choice may just impact the binding size.
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