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01-25-2014 09:58 AM
sleev-les
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Originally Posted by scotty100 View Post
^no issues with thirytwo boots fitting well with your malavitas? Am considering the TM two as my next boot but want to make sure the fit with Burton is decent...
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Originally Posted by snowklinger View Post
nope, pretty sure these vitas would fit ANY boot. honestly the bindings have felt invisible since the day i put them on a 150 or so ago.
I'm using Vitas with my 32's as well.... No fit issues...
01-25-2014 01:27 AM
snowklinger
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Originally Posted by scotty100 View Post
^no issues with thirytwo boots fitting well with your malavitas? Am considering the TM two as my next boot but want to make sure the fit with Burton is decent...
nope, pretty sure these vitas would fit ANY boot. honestly the bindings have felt invisible since the day i put them on a 150 or so ago.
01-24-2014 12:47 PM
scotty100 ^no issues with thirytwo boots fitting well with your malavitas? Am considering the TM two as my next boot but want to make sure the fit with Burton is decent...
01-24-2014 08:20 AM
snowklinger
happy feets!

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Originally Posted by sleev-les View Post
Sounds like what I just did.... lol... Just picked up the TM Two Yo Beats and still have my lashed... and got some Reminds based off your feedback
stoke for everyone!
01-24-2014 06:31 AM
sleev-les
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Originally Posted by snowklinger View Post
you will be stoked. not the most support or thickest liners, but I felt like mine performed very well for 150+days, they still have plenty of life left.

if you enjoy the fit and feel, i suggest you upgrade to the TM-Two (when the time comes), their team all-mountain boot, its the boot to rule all boots.
Sounds like what I just did.... lol... Just picked up the TM Two Yo Beats and still have my lashed... and got some Reminds based off your feedback
01-24-2014 02:33 AM
snowklinger
fuck nike

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Originally Posted by Mark122798 View Post
Thanks everyone for your input. I went with the 32 Bradshaw sig Lashed. I picked them up tonight and am going riding tomorrow. Can't wait to try them out on the slopes.
you will be stoked. not the most support or thickest liners, but I felt like mine performed very well for 150+days, they still have plenty of life left.

if you enjoy the fit and feel, i suggest you upgrade to the TM-Two (when the time comes), their team all-mountain boot, its the boot to rule all boots.
01-23-2014 11:08 PM
Mark122798 Thanks everyone for your input. I went with the 32 Bradshaw sig Lashed. I picked them up tonight and am going riding tomorrow. Can't wait to try them out on the slopes.
01-23-2014 07:20 PM
RagJuice Crew
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Originally Posted by NZRide View Post
As mentioned above, if you've tried them and they fit well, you gotta go for the Lashed vs taking a stab (you can do it on other snowboard gear, but just no way on boots).
I can only tell you that they are awesome boots in terms of build quality. I have about 5 seasons on mine and they are still in perfect condition, don't pack out much or soften so you won't have to worry about updating them in a year or twos time. I had some old Northwaves that you could fold like a pancake after a few seasons, no sign of that with the 32's.
It was the only boot that fitted perfectly in the store of the hundreds (it felt like that anyway) I tried on, and from the first day riding never had any issues with pressure spots or tightness. Great heel hold, comfort, performance and longevity. Great boots.
The only thing I would say slight negative about them is the liners don't come out in mine (this may have changed on the later versions you're looking at?) I just find it does make it a little tricky to dry them out when doing back to back days riding, compared with removable liners. But certainly not a major issue, just thought worth pointing out.
Liners definitely come out on the new ones, or at least the grey Bradshaw one's I tried.
01-23-2014 07:15 PM
scotty100
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Originally Posted by Alkasquawlik View Post
You tried the Lashed on and you haven't been able to try the Nike on....seems like an easy choice. The Swoosh is tempting

I have the Kaijus and I've tried on the Lashed. They fit completely differently.
How do you rate the Kaijus? Worth the money? How stiff are they? Some on here laugh at the quality of Nike...but they do look good...ha
01-23-2014 07:10 PM
NZRide As mentioned above, if you've tried them and they fit well, you gotta go for the Lashed vs taking a stab (you can do it on other snowboard gear, but just no way on boots).
I can only tell you that they are awesome boots in terms of build quality. I have about 5 seasons on mine and they are still in perfect condition, don't pack out much or soften so you won't have to worry about updating them in a year or twos time. I had some old Northwaves that you could fold like a pancake after a few seasons, no sign of that with the 32's.
It was the only boot that fitted perfectly in the store of the hundreds (it felt like that anyway) I tried on, and from the first day riding never had any issues with pressure spots or tightness. Great heel hold, comfort, performance and longevity. Great boots.
The only thing I would say slight negative about them is the liners don't come out in mine (this may have changed on the later versions you're looking at?) I just find it does make it a little tricky to dry them out when doing back to back days riding, compared with removable liners. But certainly not a major issue, just thought worth pointing out.
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