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11-27-2012 03:26 PM
Trentrelink
Boots, boots & more boots.

Hey all;

I'm brand new to snowboardingforum.com, but there seems to be a lot of knowledge circulating around this place so I thought I'd make a thread for myself.

Basically, I'm heading over to Japan for snowboarding quite soon and want to get myself sorted - I've already bought a Jones All Mountain Board and am now looking at boots and bindings.

I was looking at Nike Kaiju's tbh and wanted to know what people thought about them? (fit, narrow/wide, do your feet get cold etc).
I tried on my mates size 8.5 Head boots and they seemed to be a decent fit, they're definitely broken in as well. My normal shoe size is generally a 9 US.

Any suggestions or tips would be greatly appreciated.
P.s. Not sure if this will affect anything but I'm considering Union Atlas or Burton Cartel bindings.

Cheeeeeeers

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