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10-08-2009 12:17 AM
nos hi. go to your local shop, blindfolded. try on numerous boots. but the ones your feet agree with. don't pay any attention to how they look or what brand they are. your pants and bindings pretty much cover them so looks do not matter
10-07-2009 11:41 PM
ATOTony76
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Originally Posted by CrazyTasu View Post
well obviously you are paying attention to what im saying or else you wouldnt say these things would you???

dont say things that doesnt make any sense, and if you wanna post hate comment you dont have to go around be

straight forward... or better yet IF ANYONE EXPLAIN TO ME THAT, ANYTHING THAT I'VE SAID OR DONE IN ANY WAY

NEGATIVE PASTE AND COPY AND EXPLAIN ITS SIMPLE.... DONT JUST SAY STOP POSTING NO ONE CARES THEN YOU GUYS COMMENT

ABOUT EVERYTHING I SAID.
why do you even waste your time? and again, STOP DOUBLE SPACING, THIS ISN'T A TERM PAPER.
10-07-2009 09:45 PM
AirConditioning
10-07-2009 09:42 PM
CrazyTasu
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Originally Posted by AirConditioning View Post
No. You should stop because nobody cares. If you want to pad your post count by getting defensive every time someone states the obvious about how annoying you're being, at least formulate you're arguments better and try to make some sense.
well obviously you are paying attention to what im saying or else you wouldnt say these things would you???

dont say things that doesnt make any sense, and if you wanna post hate comment you dont have to go around be

straight forward... or better yet IF ANYONE EXPLAIN TO ME THAT, ANYTHING THAT I'VE SAID OR DONE IN ANY WAY

NEGATIVE PASTE AND COPY AND EXPLAIN ITS SIMPLE.... DONT JUST SAY STOP POSTING NO ONE CARES THEN YOU GUYS COMMENT

ABOUT EVERYTHING I SAID.
10-07-2009 09:34 PM
AirConditioning No. You should stop because nobody cares. If you want to pad your post count by getting defensive every time someone states the obvious about how annoying you're being, at least formulate you're arguments better and try to make some sense.
10-07-2009 09:30 PM
CrazyTasu
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Originally Posted by legallyillegal View Post
STOP! In the name of post...
why do you care???????????????? should i stop just because you say so????

why should i listen to you when obviously you dont listen to anyone else...

before asking someone to do something, think if you would do the same..
10-07-2009 01:07 PM
legallyillegal STOP! In the name of post...
10-07-2009 12:28 PM
CrazyTasu
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Originally Posted by spirited driver View Post
Incredible information from a true scholar- none of us have ever heard this before, and we are all wiser now for having read it. Thank you CRAZYtasu. I am forever in your debt.
yes, this has been said 39428493423942 times, yet people still judge boots by brand instead of fit......
10-07-2009 09:55 AM
Glade Ripper I am snagging some Vans Aura boots this year. They are a mid flex boot so I can wear them in any conditions. Boa system which is nice and, for me, very comfortable. The boots I previously had were very stiff which makes park riding slightly more challenging.
10-07-2009 09:53 AM
hanzosteel i've never had any wetness problems in any burtons. and their liners are toasty warm. i've only ridden in their low-end boots (motos, freestyle, ruler), so i'm sure their mid-end and high-end stuff are even more waterproof and warmer.
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