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10-31-2009 12:34 PM
dr.glove abbbbsollutely go with Salomon... but try looking into the f20 and f22 ... i bought my first pair about four years ago and never looked in any other direction... they keep my toes and feet warm yet still give me exactly what i need to ride the whole day through... lacing is easy and fast but reliable... ive heard too much bad shiit about the boa system to ever trust that thing.
10-30-2009 09:27 AM
neva non profit I own a pair of Salomon Maori's and love them to death. This will be my second season in them.

I also tried the F20's which I liked, but decided were a bit too stiff for me.

All the Burton boots I tried were much heavier and I couldnt figure out why the fck they cost so much...so I stopped trying.

Overall, try a bunch of EVERYTHING and just see what you like the most. Boots are the most important aspect of your setup. Sucks to mess up a perfect bluebird pow day cuz ur feet are killing you.

I'll tell you what tho...those Nike Kaiju's look dope. Tried some on in the shop a couple days ago and almost walked out $350 poorer..
10-26-2009 10:22 AM
dmojr ^^I hear ya man, i've had a few pairs of burtons and they were good boots. But the F22's i rode the past two years blew them away. tried on the new Ions this year.. and then the new F22 and for 100$ less went with the salomon.
10-26-2009 02:17 AM
Sam I Am I've only had one pair of salomon boots and one pair of burton boots and by far salomon owns burton in quality. They seem to be doing something right if they're getting so much hype; and I'm glad to add to it.
10-25-2009 01:41 PM
dmojr salomon f22's
10-24-2009 11:48 AM
daysailer1 They don't make women's boots in my size so I have to wear guy's boots. I also have a narrow foot. Dialogue's fit perfect for me.
10-23-2009 09:23 AM
joeydzzle Salomon. i personally think that they are one of the best boots on the market. I rock an F20 size 11 which is perfect for when i hit up both the park and the slope. it also shrinks boots size therefore no wide boards for me.

Then again. you should really try them on for the feel. What fits for me might not fit for you.
10-20-2009 11:00 AM
ifresh21
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Originally Posted by CapitaBoy View Post
It's all about fit. If the whole inside came out that had to be either WAY to big or just to loosely tied.
I agree if the liner is able to slip out they are obviously way too big. Or he forgot to tie them.

Thats ridiculous.
10-20-2009 07:16 AM
I3urtonfeind
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Originally Posted by YanTheMan View Post
Agreed,

My buddy always has problems with his burton boots.
I for one do not with my salomons
no he didnt...
02-25-2009 02:20 PM
CapitaBoy It's all about fit. If the whole inside came out that had to be either WAY to big or just to loosely tied.
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