Lace Up vs. Cable Boots

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  • #3054

    rowan
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    maybe they'll hit it with the foot spray like the skating rink 😉 still, id take stinky foot cheese over not riding anyday!

    Jay switched out all their rental stuff this year, so I goto to rent new Burton progression boots, not even worn yet, ahhhhhhhh..Nice pix trav! looks like winter finally arrived for ya.  OMG I got satellite internet hooked up yesterday, so now I can finally post pics  😛

    #3055

    Travis Hightower
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    awesome i cant wait to see em! take some asap, im going riding tomorrow (sunday!) at a resort in ohio and ill have plenty to swap!

    #3064

    rowan
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    how much are replacement cords? ive always been curious about that.

    I got my boots back today, burton charged $25 for labor and new cord system.  I guess thats ok (?), I don't really have anything to compare this to.  Just glad to have mah own boots back again  :P.......

    #3065

    tahoejunkie
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    compared to the $100+ new boots would've cost you, I consider that a great deal!  😀

    #3098

    ride011
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    I have the DC Torch w/ boa lacing and love 'em – have used them for 2 seasons (third coming up) with about 30-40 days total and no signs of wear – dialing in two zones for upper and lower boot is great and no longer get foot cramps after a full day on the mountain…

    #3103

    rowan
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    dialing in two zones for upper and lower boot is great and no longer get foot cramps after a full day on the mountain...

    my boots have upper and lower zone cords also and I love how you can customize the fit with them.  I had thought about going back to traditional lace up boots but don't think I will now.

    #3108

    Karim2694
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    yeah i guys. I think the traditional lace up is good.  It is stays tight and doesn't break.  I am all for the lace up

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