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Old 04-06-2013, 04:16 PM   #51 (permalink)
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At a certain point, sanity has to take over. Boots have a lifespan. Your's ended. Get some new boots.
I'm aware of this. The shoe goo comment was more of a joke. Although, if it means not riding, I'll goo the ever-loving-fuck out of them, cause I'll take wet feet or fucking retarded looking boots over not riding.
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Welp, I either need new boots, or a whole lot of shoe goo. My DC's are officially done for. The toe and heel on my back foot are fully separated now. I was walking in a puddle by the end of the day last time I was out.
What DC boots do you have? I've got just over 30 days on the DC status and am not impressed with quality compared to my f22 salamon boots.

A side from that I love the boots.
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DC Scouts. They've got a couple seasons on them, but they're pretty well shot now. They started to go last season, and I probably should have replaced them at the beginning of this season. But, I'm cheap, and boots are expensive. And I wear a size 13 so my selection is limited. And all of my "local" shops are a minimum of 40 minutes away. I hate boot shopping. It's just a giant P.I.T.A. for me.
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Worst thing for me too..... New boots. Is that Normal for boots to go bad in two years?

Will you be switching brands?

I got mine at dogfunk so I could send mine in, but going through breaking them in again is not something I want to deal with if the quality is crap to begin with.
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I'm aware of this. The shoe goo comment was more of a joke. Although, if it means not riding, I'll goo the ever-loving-fuck out of them, cause I'll take wet feet or fucking retarded looking boots over not riding.
Ha! jsyk, I was only messing around.
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a new pair of boots and a new board would be nice..
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Old 04-09-2013, 09:24 AM   #57 (permalink)
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I picked up an Arbor Coda Snowboard 161 at the end of the season for next year. Twin, Rocker, Triax glass, Grip-tech, bamboo rails, mean style... a freestyle board that I can point.

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I picked up an Arbor Coda Snowboard 161 at the end of the season for next year. Twin, Rocker, Triax glass, Grip-tech, bamboo rails, mean style... a freestyle board that I can point.

I rode that board in Vail last month. It's awesome in powder.
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I picked up an Arbor Coda Snowboard 161 at the end of the season for next year. Twin, Rocker, Triax glass, Grip-tech, bamboo rails, mean style... a freestyle board that I can point.
What does that mean?
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What does that mean?
It means that it is nimble a F@#$ but when I point it (60mph yesterday) it doesn't break up at speed.
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