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good boots for under 120

i have a rome graft rocker snowboard 151 and will be getting some burton freestyles larges and was just wondering a good boot for the price i think a 11 would be a good size i wear a 9.5 shoe but fill it well. so was wondering what boots would be good and i am not the pickiest person but would like some help and want them mostly black and thanks in advance
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you wear a size 9 shoe but want a size 11 boot?!

you need to go to your local shop and try them on, boots are very personal. Do you want your feet to kill you all day? it's all about what fits best and is most comfortable.

Read this:

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boo...uy-thread.html
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tbh ive used some shitty boots in my day and they never bothered me thats why im not really worried. plus im not really worried cause i do lots of hunting and walk alot so im not very picky just something that doesnt feal like im standing on concrete bare footed all day and i found a deal on dogfunk for nitro recoil tls boots should i jump on this deal?
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tbh ive used some shitty boots in my day and they never bothered me thats why im not really worried. plus im not really worried cause i do lots of hunting and walk alot so im not very picky just something that doesnt feal like im standing on concrete bare footed all day and i found a deal on dogfunk for nitro recoil tls boots should i jump on this deal?
it seems like you're going to do whatever you want no matter what we say.

just a friendly tip, ordering boots online is probably the stupidest thing you can do.
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ha ill take your advice and tomorrow ill go look at the local shop but if i dont find anything im gonna buy those up cause i most likely find anything cheap and decent
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