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10-18-2010 04:52 PM
m_jel you'll get used to it, and on the hill i doubt you'll even hear it or care when you're looking down at powder fields
10-18-2010 09:42 AM
DC5R My F20s still squeak after a season and a half. I don't even notice it any more.
10-18-2010 01:42 AM
Qball Yeah it should go away after a while, but some boots do it more than others. If it really bothers you that much you can lube them up with some vaseline where the material is rubbing together.
10-18-2010 01:20 AM
linvillegorge they probably just need to be broken in
10-18-2010 01:05 AM
Boot Squeak.....grrr

Does the squeaking soung EVER go away in boots? I have a new pair of burton hail's, and at first i thought it was the crunching of the snow, but the boots just squeak so much and loudly! Is there a way to prevent squeak, even though there are so many areas in the boot that can cause it (removable liner+large boot makes for a lot of squeak) I'm sure somebody else must have this problem!

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