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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-22-2010, 09:09 PM Thread Starter
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FS: 32 TM-Two boots. Size 10.0. Maybe 20 days on them.

Wore these boots for roughly half of my season last year. The left toe has a little bit of edge wear from resting my board. Other than that they still have tons of life left.

Only picture I have of them right now. Asking 150
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i'm going to be honest with you...take it for what is worth. these exact same boots a half size bigger didnt sell for $45 at a local swap a month ago. just saying. if you can get your asking price, more power too ya. i'd put em on ebay.

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why are you selling them?
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I really should have gotten 10.5s

They were comfy boots, but my right foot is just a bit bigger than my left, and after a couple hours on the hill, my toes would be too cramped.

Thanks for the heads up. It is just an asking price. I am open to offers. They are just a nice boot with lots of life left.
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oh okay well i just brought the same boot and i thoough there was something wrong with them but it just the size it all good

buy this boot it the best boot you could ever ask for! your feet will love you for it!!!
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Hey I might be interested. I'm new to this forum, but I'm looking for some 32 boots because I got a friend who loves his, although I don't know my size yet (usually range 10-11's). Tomorrow I'm gonna try some on and see what size I fit. Also I live in north seattle and could buy locally, just FYI before they go on ebay
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Cool, Sounds good. You are more than welcome to try these on too.

Typically I wear a 10.5 to 11 shoe. Unfortunately my feet aren't as symmetrical as some others lol.
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Yeah no good for me.. I got fitted today and 32's weren't working out for my feet. I ended buying the new Vans Andreas Wiig III in size 10, they're ridiculously comfy. Thanks anyways man and good luck on the sale!

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Lets bring this to the top.
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