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12-27-2012 04:55 PM
sureshock How's the sizing for this boot? True to size?
12-27-2012 06:42 AM
Derp
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Originally Posted by kushum View Post
so i'm about to jump into the darkside too. I'm always about the little guys, but you just cant deny that nike or any big company that has the money for the r&d to put out good products. So my question is since nike is the most copied shoe out there, can i trust buying the boots from ebay? has anybody heard of people making fakes already?
Buy from a reputable seller and make sure to use some sort of payment that covers yours ass in case of misrepresentation. Like Paypal's Chargeback program.

Just use common sense.
12-27-2012 02:03 AM
kushum so i'm about to jump into the darkside too. I'm always about the little guys, but you just cant deny that nike or any big company that has the money for the r&d to put out good products. So my question is since nike is the most copied shoe out there, can i trust buying the boots from ebay? has anybody heard of people making fakes already?
12-24-2012 01:08 AM
SnowBrdScotty check Ross if they still have them .... picked them up for $30x20 slang them for $130ish
12-21-2012 06:02 PM
that1guy I have the vapens. They are good boots for the most part. Put around 40 days on them last year. Got 5 on them so far this season. They are still in decent shape. Starting to pack out a little but are still comfy for the most part
12-21-2012 05:43 PM
treedodger my buddy has some nike ones that he likes. I've always worn burton boots, but thats just me
12-20-2012 04:52 PM
paul_bro see, right now i have the vans danny kass III boots and they are really heavy, they take like 5 minutes to lace up good and they hold your foot in so tight i feel like my feet could clot up with blood or something whatever im sayin, lol. they are also like an 8 on the stiffness scale.

im looking for some looser/lighter boots, anyone have any advice? what kind of boots should i get for freestyle snowboarding.
12-20-2012 05:15 AM
ecksman They're lighter than my last pair. Never really thought about it. My friend has the zooms. He mentioned they're really comfortable
12-19-2012 11:56 PM
paul_bro are they light? and i was mostly wondering about the zoom force 1 boot because i found some for cheap.
12-19-2012 07:49 PM
ecksman switched from vans double boa to nike kaiju. best snowboarding decision ive made so far. heel lift was alway an issue unless i rally ratcheted down on the boas which would lead to pressure points. ive been on the kaijus 3 days so far and i totally forgot about them. no heel lift, extremely comfortable, warm and they look pretty cool. dont mind the laces, no pressure points. i lace them up in the morning and maybe again at lunch.
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