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03-10-2013 10:33 AM
DrnknZag Try the Ride Insane as well. Super stiff dual boa, pretty lightweight too. I have the RFL, basically the same boot, but with standard lacing and love them.
03-10-2013 10:27 AM
pdxrealtor They're some changes to the 2014 you might want to check out
03-10-2013 09:11 AM
GreyDragon
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Originally Posted by pdxrealtor View Post
I had my foot fitted on the shoe fitting machine (forget the name) and I got the boots that the machine said I should get.

They were tight at first, but timmytard suggested I warm them up ( by wearing them around) and then kick a tire or solid beam in your home. Worked like a charm!

I did put the insoles of my choice in before I kick packed them but a side from that they fit perfect to the shoe fitting machine. And..... I did use my normal medium snowboard sock.............
Identical experience here with the 2012 DC Status.
Size was the same as my regular shoe size.
Tried them one day, mashed up toes.
Switched to after market insoles and heat molded at the shop, and they've been gold ever since.

Btw, they only became the TRice model with the 2013 release. Same boot.
03-10-2013 08:09 AM
PalmerFreak Haven't tried anything yet - looking for feedback at this point.
03-10-2013 06:45 AM
readimag ^ That is what I have the UFo they are stiff but I use them also in the park and don’t have a problem.
03-10-2013 03:42 AM
alex12 Have you tried the K2 UFO?
03-09-2013 07:47 PM
pdxrealtor I had my foot fitted on the shoe fitting machine (forget the name) and I got the boots that the machine said I should get.

They were tight at first, but timmytard suggested I warm them up ( by wearing them around) and then kick a tire or solid beam in your home. Worked like a charm!

I did put the insoles of my choice in before I kick packed them but a side from that they fit perfect to the shoe fitting machine. And..... I did use my normal medium snowboard sock.............
03-09-2013 07:30 PM
PalmerFreak
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Originally Posted by hktrdr View Post
Runs larger for some, smaller for others.
I was afraid of that - none of my local shops carry high-end boots so I won't be able to try them on first. Looks like I'll need to find an online shop with a good return policy and make an educated guess on size.
03-09-2013 07:27 PM
hktrdr
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Originally Posted by PalmerFreak View Post
Nope, you're good.

I went to look it up and saw that it was the T.Rice model.

How does DC size compared to your regular shoe?
Runs larger for some, smaller for others.
03-09-2013 07:16 PM
PalmerFreak Nope, you're good.

I went to look it up and saw that it was the T.Rice model.

How does DC size compared to your regular shoe?
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