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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-21-2013, 10:54 AM Thread Starter
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So, have I found the right size?


They arrived today and they're awesome!

Thx all of you, for the help
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-21-2013, 12:37 PM
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Looks good homie. Congrats on the new purchase now get out there and rip it up.....just watch yourself with those liner laces. The lashed liners can be pulled down so damn tight that you'll cut off the blood supply to your feet...been there, done that.
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kk thx mate!

So, I'm kinda new with this FT system... I just have to pull the laces or is it convenient to put some pressure on the boot flap to make it snug?
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Thread jack!

Sounds like the OP got his boots anyway. So I own some lashed for park and slush days. Been thinking about the judges for a more big mountain boot free ride boot. I think both of these brands fit a wide forefoot well. Do you find the judge to be too stiff for Parkin or versatile enough?

I'd probably just keep riding my lashed for everything but I've had a few ankle breaker moments charging in the PNW crud. Lookin at the DC Ceptor or judges, vans cirro, or 32 TM twos.


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Hey bro.
I actually have both of these boots. Please feel free to use this thread to ask me any specific questions you'd like. Happy to help. Side note: love them both but I know that is of no help per se. Just letting you know you can't really go wrong with either. But lets start out with:
Whats your riding style?
What are your board(s) / bindings you'd be using?
What is your (believed) size in SB boot?
Have you used the BOA lacing system before?

Edit: and by "both" I meant the boots mentioned in your title 32 Lashed and DC Judge
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I haven't ridden many boots, but I have the TM-2's and I can say they improved my riding. Gave me the confidence I needed to attack black terrain.
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