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02-24-2014 03:25 PM
diver1183 These K2 Data Boots are on sale everywhere, someone must have tried some!

Another cheap alternative seems like the Burton Moto. Anyone tried those? Are they stiff enough for all-mountain charging?
02-20-2014 12:55 PM
diver1183
K2 Data Boots?

I'm seeing the K2 data boots on sale and as part of packages on a lot of sites, but I can find a lot of info or feedback on them. Also, they seem to have been cut from the K2 lineup after 2 years or production. Has anyone used or owned these? Are they quality/comfortable? I'm looking for a med/stiff boot on the cheap for all-mountain freeriding. I'll probably pair them with Rossignol Cage bindings or K2 Formula bindings. Any feedback would be awesome!

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