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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-23-2006, 12:02 AM
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I have been snowboarding for 5 year I am not bad, mostly prefer freeriding, and am wondering what are the best boots out there for freeriding and backcountry? plz help, thx
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I have been snowboarding for 5 year I am not bad, mostly prefer freeriding, and am wondering what are the best boots out there for freeriding and backcountry? plz help, thx
how much are you willing to spend?
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i would also make sure you buy boots the feel the best....just because person A says these boots are awesome doesn't mean that they'll work for you....if theres one thing you shouldn't be afraid to drop some cash on that would definetly be boots..
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i would also make sure you buy boots the feel the best....just because person A says these boots are awesome doesn't mean that they'll work for you....if theres one thing you shouldn't be afraid to drop some cash on that would definetly be boots..
and some quality socks ...they make all the difference in the world
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and some quality socks ...they make all the difference in the world
but socks aren't going to make bad fitting boots fit any better
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do u like stiff or soft?
go to a place were there are professional boot fitters that guarantee the fit
were are u located?

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but socks aren't going to make bad fitting boots fit any better
ture but they help find the perfect pair of boots tho
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ture but they help find the perfect pair of boots tho
agreed......when tryin on boots id suggest wearing the sox you'll be rockin while boardin when finding boots...
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