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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-03-2013, 11:24 AM Thread Starter
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Burton Ambush Vs Nitro TLS (Various)

Hi All,
I've been snowboarding for about 15 years, most of the time I used the same cheapo boots (don't even know what brand). I learned how to ride in them and also got used to popping out pretty much all the time.
My feet are pretty narrow (UK size 8), but my calves are relatively large.
From initial research people seem to suggest that any Nitro TLS boots would be suitable for my needs but a shop near me have a pair of Burton Ambush knocked down and I'm also considering these.
I never put huge stock in equipment but I know that the right set of boots could do me the world of good and possibly do me another 15 years!
I'm more of a free ride/powder boarder, less into the board parks after some hard icy lessons.
Any suggestions?
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I just bought ambushes myself. My foots "normal" in that I can squeeze it in narrow shoes pretty easily. The ambushes fit me great. But they arnt a
stiff boot. Def mid flex. I think they are rated a 5-6 on Burton's flex scale.


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