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|11-15-2012 03:29 AM|
I never had a pair of Burtons last more than 70 days. Ions are suppose to be like the Women's Sapphire. I had 2 pairs of those and they were damaged and shot at around 70 days. I also had a pair of Emeralds fall apart badly before the season was over. The sole started coming off.
Those are done son.
|11-14-2012 06:56 AM|
|boarderinblack||I agree with people having concerns about 2nd hand boots. On the other hand, I spent more than 35 days on my ions and completed more than 800 kms. Unlike my Motos, they still look solid and supportive as one before. Please be sure that your boot fitting snugly…|
|11-14-2012 12:17 AM|
My first pair of boots were used Vans BFB's with two days on them. Guy got them and realized he needed a wider boot.
They cost me $50 and I got about 100 days on them
Yeah, I'd be very wary of boots used more than 5 days... even then you don't really know if they're straight-up lying to your broke ass
Why this particular boot? Look around, there's gotta be better deals than that. Leave that shit to people who don't know any better.
I'd feel bad about selling anyone used boots at all, unless they're hardly ridden at all.
|11-14-2012 12:07 AM|
I listed my old (50 days) DC judges for 80 bucks. When the guy showed up to pay he didnt even haggle and handed me the full amount. I felt so bad knowing they had already molded to my feet, but he seemed to be on a tight budget so I gave him $40 back and told him i was just glad they were still going to get some use.
$100 for used boots is WAY to high. Ive never tried to wear used boots but I would imagine they would HURT being formed for someone else's feet.
|11-13-2012 03:52 PM|
personally, I'd never buy any used boot. They custom fit to the first user and anyone else wearing them after that is going to riding in relative slop.
if I lowered my standards, a max of 1 day prior use and a much lower price would be it
|11-13-2012 01:21 PM|
To be honest, I've always been skeptical about used boots. You have no idea what that guy did with those boots or what happened to them. Just speaking from my old pair, they were wridden to shit. But they still look brand new.
I look at buying a used pair of boots like it would be to buy a used mattress from someone random. It may be cheaper and seems like a good idea, but once you get in the thing and realize its all lumpy and moldy or smells, you regret it. I'd just look into a new boot you can try on and know that it has no shady past. But thats just me.
|11-12-2012 05:40 PM|
Originally Posted by rvcasrfr View Post
|11-12-2012 05:24 PM|
Originally Posted by ShredLife View Post
|11-12-2012 03:58 PM|
|a bag of it||I have over 100 days on my nikes and they're still going strong|
|11-12-2012 03:54 PM|
i've had boots that lasted over 70 days, but any boot with say 50 days on it is not worth more than maybe 40-50 bucks.
100 for used boots is insane. actually its just a rip-off.
those boots have 70 days of molding to someone else's foot... not to mention 70 days of their foot funk and sweat in them...boots don't change much from year to year - look for last year's stuff on closeout if your budget is thin, but don't buy used boots unless they really only have like 5 days or less on em.
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