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Ride Jackson or Flow Hylite?

Hey guys,

I'm in the market for my first pair of boots. I went to my local shop today and I think that the best fitting and comfortable boot that they had was the Ride Jackson.

In my own searching the interwebz, I also stumbled upon the Flow Hylite, which is the same price, and while I like the look, I was not able to find a pair to try at the shop or REI.

Could anyone recommend one or the other? Or if there is something horribly wrong with both of these, suggest an alternative?

Thanks!
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It is highly recommended you do not buy boots you cant try on.

As long as your heel is staying down in the liner, there are no weird pinch or pressure points, your toes are hitting the end but not curling over, in those Jacksons, it's a good boot.

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