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Best do everything boot in your opinion?

I know, It all depends on how comfortable if boot fits.
But I would like to know your opinion In quality, functionality, liner, etc.
Which of these would you get?
k2 ufo, Ride insanos or burton ions?

Thx for your comments
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I've tried on a bunch of boots and I personally will always have the Nike Kaiju or atleast Nike from here on out. Unless someone else comes out with some next level shit....

Nike has raised the bar, so we shall see what the other companies making good boots do

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i have the insanos they are really stiff, wich i like but its not to great for tweaking grabs and such
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thx for your comments. Im leaning towards a stiffer boot.
How are the nikes?
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Thirtytwo Lashed or Thirtytwo TMtwo's IMO.
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I think the Kaiju are very middle flex boots... A lot of people claim they're soft but I don't think so

I ride aggressive freeride and I have 0 problems. I do everything in them from snowmobiling to jumps to the occasional box

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I know, It all depends on how comfortable if boot fits.
But I would like to know your opinion In quality, functionality, liner, etc.
Which of these would you get?
k2 ufo, Ride insanos or burton ions?

Thx for your comments
Normal disclaimer that boot must fit you foot...

Nitro boots... Teams (mid stiff) or Select (mid stiff, or stiff with removable plastic insert).
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Thirtytwo Lashed or Thirtytwo TMtwo's IMO.
QFT Lashed is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo comfortable, light, durable and cheap. Like I'm wearing my shoes.

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The for the suggestions, Im leaning more towards the ufo. Stiffer kind of boot.
Ill try some of the nikes and thirty twos as well.

Agin ty!
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The 32's are for a wide foot

I have a size 13/14 and it was flopping around side to side in the boot

32's are love or hate, no doubt

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