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01-16-2013 10:20 PM
ARSENALFAN
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That damage is crazy, but I'm a bit confused: Are those boots the 2011-12 UFOs?

BA- Is that damage common for K2 boots? It looks like this year's version may have a different material in that area?

I apologize if I hijacked the thread. Just wondering before I invest in some T1 boots.
They are this years boots - brand new.
01-16-2013 10:19 PM
ARSENALFAN [QUOTE=wrathfuldeity;578897]
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Originally Posted by ARSENALFAN View Post

and some myrizyeme for the stank

Picked up some of that goo and the boots look almost as good as new. That shit is great. Thanks again for the heads up.
01-16-2013 10:13 AM
smerdyakov That damage is crazy, but I'm a bit confused: Are those boots the 2011-12 UFOs?

BA- Is that damage common for K2 boots? It looks like this year's version may have a different material in that area?

I apologize if I hijacked the thread. Just wondering before I invest in some T1 boots.
01-14-2013 08:28 AM
wrathfuldeity [QUOTE=ARSENALFAN;578849]
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use McNett "freesole"...its bomb proof and I use it for all kinds of repairs

I will pick some up today! I noticed our local Mountain Equipment Coop carries it - and it is in stock. Thanks for the advice. I can pick up some DWR spray when I am there too. Kill 2 birds.
and some myrizyeme for the stank
01-14-2013 08:17 AM
ARSENALFAN [QUOTE=wrathfuldeity;578345]use McNett "freesole"...its bomb proof and I use it for all kinds of repairs

I will pick some up today! I noticed our local Mountain Equipment Coop carries it - and it is in stock. Thanks for the advice. I can pick up some DWR spray when I am there too. Kill 2 birds.
01-14-2013 07:00 AM
slyder or try Tuff Toe used on work boots very strong this may help as well
01-14-2013 03:02 AM
wrathfuldeity use McNett "freesole"...its bomb proof and I use it for all kinds of repairs

Freesole® Urethane Formula Shoe Repair

01-13-2013 04:13 PM
ARSENALFAN Well after posting I noted that that my 2012 Burton Cartels have this near foot cup, probably to aid in foot hold. I like my bindings fairly tight, so its not as if I am leaving them too loose. I think BA has it pegged. Just a lightweight material, and to slap some duct tape on. The boots are the most comfortable ever!
01-13-2013 04:07 PM
MarshallV82 Crazy

What kind of bindings do you have?
01-13-2013 04:07 PM
BurtonAvenger Hate to tell you this as I had those boots. But it's not the binding, it's the material on the boot. Doesn't matter which binding I've used. Rome, K2, Raiden, Flux I got that wear on that boot. Slap some duct tape over the back.
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