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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-11-2012, 02:58 AM
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I had white DC Judges that I wore for over a season and they had some problems but being white wasn't really one of them. Then again, I don't really care what my boots look like as long as they work..
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So wait, you would completely forgo a boot because it gets dirty?

You aren't a true clean freak. If you were, you would realize that any color gets just as dirty. You can just see it better on white.

With that said, a TRUE clean freak would buy white so they can see exactly what and where they need to clean. You just like LOOKING clean

Anywhomajiggaroos, I have Burton Hails in black/white. They still look good and I trek through East Coast sludge regularly. Yea, they are a bit dirty and certainly not as white as they used to be, but I also have never once cleaned them. If you are that concerned with dirt, always bring a rag with you and wipe your boots after every use.

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im a clean freak, wearing white burton ruler's, they dont get very dirty because .... because .... wait for it ... because ... the snow keep them clean! seriously i expected them to get yellow and nasty but they really haven't in 70 days of riding
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First boots I owned were Ride Jackson Boas in white. I loved 'em, and would have preferred to get my latest pair in white but it wasn't available. They obviously won't look pristine out-of-the-box for long, but they don't end up looking like a cat that's been out in the weather unless you like to walk through mud.

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got my Burton Ambush boots in today and WOW, all i can say is these things look and feel awesome compared to all the other boots i tried on and the Motos i just returned. These boots do a great job for sure and i can only imagine the impact it makes as a rider the quality of your boot. So far its 2 thumbs up for these, once i progress in the sport ill look into getting better ones. But for a noob these will do for now.
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are the ambush and the hail good for all mountain for a 200 pound guy? or too soft?
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Definitely not white. But I really don't care what Color I wear as long as I can snowboard and comfortable with my gear.

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