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11-07-2012 06:50 PM
legallyillegal pay The Man and get some boots that your feet like without looking at the price.
11-06-2012 05:37 PM
Ride Orion or Sash

Hey guys,

I'm putting a new setup together and recently bought these women's Ride Orion boots:

On Sale Ride Orion Snowboard Boots White - Womens up to 50% off

They fit pretty well and were a good deal, but since trying them on I suddenly remembered how much I hate laces. I started looking around at BOAs some more, and am now considering getting the Ride Sash:

Ride Sash Boa Coiler Snowboard Boots - Women's - 2011 Closeout - Free Shipping at

Do you think it would be worth it to return/resell the Orions and pay a bit more for the Sash? From what I've read, people say its not worth going BOA unless they are dual bc of pressure points, but the Sash sadly is not.

I consider myself to be an intermediate rider, very comfortable with all mountain free riding, but hoping to get into the park more this season. Let me know what you think.

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