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02-09-2011 05:45 PM
gammatnt
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Originally Posted by Hellfix View Post
I really like Salomon boots. Every-time I have to replace mine thats what I end up going with. They're really comfortable and thats the major thing with the boot. Comfort is key or you won't be out there too long.
How long do those boots last for you?
02-09-2011 11:51 AM
mbesp Go try boots on.
Hellfix here loves solomon boots. my friend has a pair and they destroyed his heel.
02-09-2011 11:44 AM
Hellfix I really like Salomon boots. Every-time I have to replace mine thats what I end up going with. They're really comfortable and thats the major thing with the boot. Comfort is key or you won't be out there too long.
02-07-2011 05:22 PM
ryannorthcott only way to know is to try em on. i highly recommend K2 boots, i use the darko's and love them. however, they will likely fit your foot completely different than mine so go try some on at your local shop!
02-07-2011 05:05 PM
A_Strad
New/1st boots

Hey,
Thanks for reading, I'm looking hardcore into getting into snowboarding and and needing to know what's the best to get for boots! I want some serious quality for sure but I don't need $1000 boots for christs sake, anyways, I'll be getting an all-mountain board but am considering usin her in the park 2 a bit, I definately want some boots that are comfortable and will last me, and I want them to really be able to allow me to wreak havoc on the slopes, with some serious turning and carving ability. So IDK to go stiff or soft because I'll admit I'm a noob! But a seriously quick learner and by the end of the week I'll know all the different brands and styles of everything snowboarding guaranteed lol. Thanks for helpin' me out!

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