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|02-23-2013 12:57 PM|
ferchrissake guys, go snowboarding or something.
They're OBO. They'll either sell or they won't.
Don't make me turn this car around!!
|02-23-2013 11:31 AM|
im not trying to rip anyone off.
1. people can do their own research and determine if these boots are what they want
2. i said multiple times that i am open to offers
3. they are still limited to 165 pairs
4. im going to have your trolling deleted as it is irrelevant what anyone else is selling something for.
|02-23-2013 11:28 AM|
|02-23-2013 11:26 AM|
who are "your stores"? you linked me to one ebay sale. i honestly dont care. I said I was open to offers. Seriously, you should probably get a life. This is the best thing you have to do on a Saturday?
where are you located? id love to come slap the shit out of you for being such a douchebag
|02-23-2013 11:11 AM|
Here is a link to a couple of pairs of this supposedly 'impossible to get' version for less than $200.
As I say, a steal - or rather, daylight robbery.
|02-23-2013 11:06 AM|
good luck finding another pair of these in this color. if you want to be a dickhead, take it elsewhere. im open to offers, but these boots are worth more than the standard versions. there are 165 pairs in the WORLD and were never released to the public.
tl;dr: eat shit and die troll
|02-23-2013 11:02 AM|
|02-15-2013 11:52 AM|
Like new vans revere limited edition 106/165 boots size 10
I got these Vans Limited Edition #106/165 (165 pairs exist in the world) Revere boots and I absolutely love them, but unfortunately I have really, really bad feet and after 2 runs, they just simply arent going to work for me. They are almost brand new and absolutely impossible to get unless you know someone. I happened to stumble on them and grabbed them up asap. They are extremely comfortable and really, really nice looking. Im looking to get ~$200 for these and am open to offers.
Don't get it twisted—the Revere looks straight-laced but keeps your foot in place with a little extra help of the Boa.
The Vans Revere Boa Snowboard Boot may be a new addition to Vans' fit lineup of snow-stompers, but just as the name suggests, it is destined to be revered by riders. The Revere's plan for gaining this respect will be carried out via the innovative Vans Hybrid Boa and lace closure system, the bulk-reducing Internal Strap Synch, and the mid-flex and relentless cushioning of the Quadfit-X liner.
Hybrid Boa closure system utilizes both traditional lacing and the Boa reel to tighten the boot with a design that places an emphasis on securing your instep; twist the Boa first then use the laces for fine-tuning
Pleasure Cuff keeps the top of the boot pinch-free no matter which way you flex it with extra padding and a contoured design
Internal Strap Synch's direct-connect hook-and-loop system prevents the liner from slipping around inside the shell
OTW Lite outsole keeps you bouncing off the wall with a combination of EVA construction, a high-traction lug pattern, and an integrated ImpactSorb heel-cushioning cassette
Quadfit-X dual-density thermal liner has a low-profile sole to keep you low to the ground, saves your toes with a stretch toe box, and is enhanced with Outlast temperature management treatment to keep you comfy in all temperatures
Asymmetrical X-Cage seals the deal on heel and ankle hold with contouring and supportive reinforcement around the ankles and heel panel
V4 footbed made from V-Tech high-rebounding EVA uses an injection-molded arch to support and cushion all arch shapes, has a perforated band in the toe area to increase breathability, and has dual-density metatarsal and heel gel pads to absorb negative vibrations
Embedded Recco avalanche rescue system utilizes avalanche harmonic radar technology that can help rescuers find you in an emergency