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good boot. go a size bigger than normal as dc run small. the boa system rocks. easy in and easy out just like with the females
they run small...
I wear a 10.5 to 11 in most sneaks, and the 10.5 was almost a whole size to small. I know they compress some, but I suggest going at least a half size larger than your normal shoe size. Other than that, great boots after one day of riding.
good boot but...
Decent boot... but don't play to ride in them all day. The liner is so thin that by the end of the day the only thing you can think about it taking them off. PAINFUL. The BOA needs tightening every couple hours.
first boot ive ever owned, really like it. boa system makes it easy to adjust on the fly. they broke in real nice also, really comfortable. can't complain.
These are very nice BOA boots but the sizing is small. Order up in size.
will these boots fit in my burton freestyle...
will these boots fit in my burton freestyle bindings and r these true to size
Good question, yes they will fit in the bindings just fine. From what I've learned about having owned several pairs of Burton bindings ( Freestyle's included), is that if you're own the edge or between bindings sizes in their size chart (S=6-8, M=8-11 and L=10+), you can size down as they tend to be a few mm's wider than most brands and are adjustable lengthwise. I wouldn't really consider these to a bulky boot anyhow, so if you're worried about that, don't be.
As far as these fitting true to size I'd say so. Today actually I tried on a DC Journey boot in my street size of 10. I'd say it fit very true to size, couldn't imagine buying bigger or smaller in them, toes were right where they needed to be. Hope this helped.
Ive had theses boots going on my second season and they are great...no problems at all
Does anybody know the length of the BOA...
Does anybody know the length of the BOA cable used in these boots or where i can find the info? I'd like to order an extra set of cables to be on the safe side.
Your best bet would be to contact DC directly.