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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-12-2013, 03:33 PM Thread Starter
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Burton Emerald vs. 32 Lashed FT

My 2009 Lashed are falling apart so it's time for me to get new ones. I know the Lashed are tried and true but I also find the Emerald's to be very appealing. Both fit my feet well.

Anyone have experience with both boots (or their male versions) and can give me a comparison between these two? I ride about 20-30 days a year, powder when it's there otherwise park. I think the qualities I most care about are versatility, weight, and durability. Thanks yo!
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daughter had some burton emeralds one year...the mushed out very quickly like 10-12 days....basically worthless...stick with the 32's...your old one lasted 4 years

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My wife went from the lashed also to some burton axel boots and loves them. I would stay with the lashed if you are looking at the emeralds as they are just ok. Also on a side note the emeralds are stiffer then the lashed.
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