|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-31-2009 03:06 AM|
Originally Posted by binarypie View Post
|12-30-2009 10:28 PM|
I have a set of Driver-X from ~2001 or so. They are a very stiff boot and were fantastic for freeriding.
However, this year I found the Burton Ions to be a little softer and more usable in the park situations.
All that being said. Boots are mostly about comfort and support.
Everyone is different and you should try on every boot you see.
I think I tried on about 20 different pairs of boots this year before I bought the Ions.
|12-25-2009 05:35 AM|
Originally Posted by leif View Post
|12-25-2009 12:09 AM|
I'm rocking salomon malamutes in the park, salomon's stiffest boot. The change is a bit large considering I was using some very, very packed out ride orions (read: opposite of what I have now), but I like the feel of stiffer boots and I will get used to it.
For jumps and stuff you should be absolutely fine with tight boots, if anything they will add support. A more flexible boot will give you a little more play when you land, which can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on the situation. Unless you like flinging methods out past your nose then stiff boots will be just fine. Jibbing is where you will run in to trouble with stiffer boots.
|12-24-2009 11:52 PM|
|Deviant||Currently I'm using the Rulers. I'm getting older now (31) and have been having ankle pain with softer boots, tried these and they are stiff enough to support than my old vans but I havent noticed any loss in the park. Just my experience. I'm also running Triads.|
|12-24-2009 07:16 AM|
driver x or ?!?!?!
hi guys, i have just bought a new board and bindings. i have the new Ride dh2.2 and burton triad bindings, after buying it the guy asked me about my boots and when i said i had driver x's he said "ooh not with that board" a little late now. anyway as i have broken my foot once and my ankles many times i need a stiff boot or ankle armour and new softer boots. i had the old ride dh dfc and tomcat bindings for 3 years and seemed fine. although in the park i found it difficult to get much pop out of the board ( me or the boots???) so to cut a looooong story short ish . any advice on whether i need to change my boots would be GREATLY appreciated. does anyone run driverx's all mountain inc park kickers etc??