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The DC Women’s Siloh Snowboard Boot brings you a quick-pull lacing system, removable liner, and sticky Pill outsole for a price that won’t destroy your bank balance. A medium flex lets you lay down turns at high speed and still move freely enough to butter every jib in the terrain park. Plus, DC added its ECHO liner which laces separately from the shell for a precision fit.

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Am I not lacing these up properly? Should...

Am I not lacing these up properly? Should I remove the liner and tie that first before putting it in the boot?

So I just got these boots and they feel very comfortable...but maybe too comfortable. When I sit i can move my heel up and done inside the boot.

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hmm. usually you should be able to tighten up the liner while still in the boot. it sounds like they are either too big or u are not tightening them enough. boots are sometimes hard to tighten all by yourself. try asking some striking young lad to help you out with that before returning. also, avoid excess wear of them on the slopes if they are this loose. dont want any blisters on the first day! that'll just piss you right off

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These boots look sick! They match my DC Fuse Jacket beautifully. The laces on these drive me nuts so far. I road last weekend and they kept loosening, then at the end of the day I couldn't figure out how to loosen them all the way. I think I've figured it out though... not every lace loosens. Other than that they were really comfy and kept my feet dry and warm.

I am an Australian size 9 - What size boot...

I am an Australian size 9 - What size boot would I need?

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You would be a size 9 in U.S. as well.