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11-20-2012 04:20 PM
Originally Posted by LuckyRVA View Post
get the one that fits your foot the best. that's the best boot.
Very true. It's what will give you the most comfort, not what people say is the best. The best boots in the world is the one you ride all day and don't hurt when you are done. With that being said I tried on a ton of boots, Burton and Ride and bought some Ride RFLs.
11-20-2012 03:43 PM
LuckyRVA get the one that fits your foot the best. that's the best boot.
11-20-2012 03:36 PM
Burton or Ride boots

Hello everyone!! I'm new to the sport and I have a question:

Last year I bought a pair of Burton Coco's and they were too small for me, my feet killed me after a couple hours, I couldn't keep up with my husband(I'm trying the sport because he loves it ). So this year I'm determined to make the most of it, an have fun, but I think I need the right boot, starting with a size bigger.. I tried on the Burton Mint and the Ride Sage. The Ride felt better but I want to know which one is better, and I'll get the best of it.

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