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01-16-2010 06:05 PM
Milo303 Make sure to go down and try them on first... They may or may not work for your foot.

Highly recommend trying on the new Nike boots.

Vans and New Balance also have some rad boots.
01-16-2010 06:04 PM
thelaminater anyone else?
01-16-2010 03:23 PM
nguyendinhvan i've never heard anything about the primes but i know the lashed are a good pair. and thirty two focuses mainly on boots. they don't do bindings or boards or anything so they can invest all their tech into boots. also emagenetwork has the lashed for 180 if you wear a size 9 or above.

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01-16-2010 03:03 PM
ThirtyTwo Primes

I just got a $200 gift card for christmas and want to get some nice boots. I was looking at the thirtytwo primes but I have never even heard of the brand and can't really find any reviews on them. Are these good boots?

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