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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 02-01-2013, 10:15 AM
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lol this could take a month before i find a pair that i like

i bought one yesterday, salamon savage 2010 it's not bad comfoy 6/10 stiffness, we'll see how it is this weekend.

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lol this could take a month before i find a pair that i like

i bought one yesterday, salamon savage 2010 it's not bad comfoy 6/10 stiffness, we'll see how it is this weekend.
I too just bought a pair of Salomon Savage's and theyre awesome. You can get them in Boa or Speedlace.

Absolutely no pressure points etc. If you do go for these ones try and go a size down from what you normally would because they pack out, i did this just by chance and im really glad i did, as long as your toe isnt getting crushed when you're in a snowboard stance you'll be fine. These boots were absolutely bang on for me, comfiest i tried out of 15-20 pairs, I may go for a slightly stiffer boot next time though.

Rode on them for 7 days straight, no issues whatsoever, the materials etc just seem so much comfier than all the others i tried!

Trouble with boots is everyones feet are different, just keep trying as many as you can on, you'll find the right one eventually!

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I'm not a boot expert, but I'm wondering if maybe you need a wide shoe? I have Burton Cocoa and I LOVE them. First season riding with them and at first they made my feet fall asleep and I hated that, but now that I've worn them in they're fine and theyre so cushioned and comfortable. If you buy some new ones, I suggest trying on tons of different kinds and wear them around the house for a couple weeks and see how they feel. If they're no good, return them. Just don't go riding with them yet.
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I too just bought a pair of Salomon Savage's and theyre awesome. You can get them in Boa or Speedlace.

Absolutely no pressure points etc. If you do go for these ones try and go a size down from what you normally would because they pack out, i did this just by chance and im really glad i did, as long as your toe isnt getting crushed when you're in a snowboard stance you'll be fine. These boots were absolutely bang on for me, comfiest i tried out of 15-20 pairs, I may go for a slightly stiffer boot next time though.

Rode on them for 7 days straight, no issues whatsoever, the materials etc just seem so much comfier than all the others i tried!

Trouble with boots is everyones feet are different, just keep trying as many as you can on, you'll find the right one eventually!

that's what the guy at the shop suggested i was going for 13 but 12 fit just fine. oh well we will see how they will feel tomorrow at hunter

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