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Old 02-19-2013, 11:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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female Youth boot sales right now!!

My daughter needs a pair of cheap boots right now to finish the season. She is currently wearing a pair of Morrows I got for $7.00 last year. Her feet are freezing and most likely she will out grow whatever I buy by next season. So, quality is not a huge factor.

Her feet are getting cold in 15 minutes with the pair she has now. We had a warm winter last year so it wasn't a factor. If I could get something that has a thicker liner for under $30.00 that would work. She is a size 4 youth.

We have a few trips planned and I don't want this to wreck the day. I hit three Sports Authority's and found nothing in youth sizes. I did pick up a pair of woman's K2 Charm bindings for $24.00. List price was $119.00. So, the sales have started.

Please let me know if you have seen anything online. Thanks for the help.
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My daughter needs a pair of cheap boots right now to finish the season. She is currently wearing a pair of Morrows I got for $7.00 last year. Her feet are freezing and most likely she will out grow whatever I buy by next season. So, quality is not a huge factor.

Her feet are getting cold in 15 minutes with the pair she has now. We had a warm winter last year so it wasn't a factor. If I could get something that has a thicker liner for under $30.00 that would work. She is a size 4 youth.

We have a few trips planned and I don't want this to wreck the day. I hit three Sports Authority's and found nothing in youth sizes. I did pick up a pair of woman's K2 Charm bindings for $24.00. List price was $119.00. So, the sales have started.

Please let me know if you have seen anything online. Thanks for the help.
Both my kids were complaining of cold feet and I switched them out of acrylic snowboarding specific socks to wool snowboarding specific socks and this made a big difference.
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Both my kids were complaining of cold feet and I switched them out of acrylic snowboarding specific socks to wool snowboarding specific socks and this made a big difference.
Thanks. I will try that if I can't find a better boot for cheap
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Old 02-19-2013, 01:09 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I have a pair of barely worn Burton Motos in Kids Size 4.

I was trying to sell the complete set up b ut I think I have a taker on the board and Im willing to let the boots go seperatly.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/buy...ds-set-up.html


let me know if you're interested. I could do $30 including shipping unless shipping is a lot.
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Have you tried the foot warmers (Grabber toe, etc.) - I buy a box of those things and my kids never go out without them when it's cold. The last thing I want to hear is a pair of girls whining about cold feet.

Ebay is the place to find boots cheap, especially in the off-season. I bought every size of the Burton Moto (kids) years in advance, sizes 13c-6. Prices have ranged from $15-$30 shipped depending on the size. I stuck with the same boot for sizing. They are a decent boot though for the kids. They seem okay when it comes to warmth.
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Have you tried the foot warmers (Grabber toe, etc.) - I buy a box of those things and my kids never go out without them when it's cold. The last thing I want to hear is a pair of girls whining about cold feet.

Ebay is the place to find boots cheap, especially in the off-season. I bought every size of the Burton Moto (kids) years in advance, sizes 13c-6. Prices have ranged from $15-$30 shipped depending on the size. I stuck with the same boot for sizing. They are a decent boot though for the kids. They seem okay when it comes to warmth.
Awesome post. Thanks!!
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They come with a "sandwiched" footbed that you can peel off to increase/decrease a 1/2 size depending on what you want to do.
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They come with a "sandwiched" footbed that you can peel off to increase/decrease a 1/2 size depending on what you want to do.
Burton kids pants also come with a similar feature where you can snip some red threads in the lining and the cuff of the pant and they then extend another 2" or so. I just did this with a kid that's growing like crazy this winter, saves me getting pants for another year.
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They come with a "sandwiched" footbed that you can peel off to increase/decrease a 1/2 size depending on what you want to do.
Thanks.
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Burton kids pants also come with a similar feature where you can snip some red threads in the lining and the cuff of the pant and they then extend another 2" or so. I just did this with a kid that's growing like crazy this winter, saves me getting pants for another year.
I did not know this about Burton. I have 4 kids that snowboard so this could come in handy
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