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The boot that every freestyler has been waiting for.

Take a hint from the name—the DC Park Men’s Snowboard Boot was built from the sole up to be a dominating force when gaps, rails, and boxes are the terrain of the day. The clean shape, skate-influenced style and feel, and traditional lacing all give this boot a playful ride when you pull it on and strap in. DC’s Wrap Cup Sole includes an air insert to soften your landings when you tough down at the end of the rail down the street from your house. Why can’t the city build trannies on those things anyway?

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i got a pair of burton motos size nine...

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i got a pair of burton motos size nine would i be a size nine in this boot as well?

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probably, Burton & DC sizes are pretty similar from my experiences.

i do alot of hiking and glades. Will these...

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i do alot of hiking and glades. Will these boots be able to support and provide comfort on this type of riding? I also have a size 13 foot and flat feet??I need a boot that will last

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DC makes good boots, comfort wise it kind of varies person to person because your feet are different from mine. I have used DC boots for years and never had any durability issues, for me they are the most comfortable out there, but again that could be different for you. I recommend them, if you end up getting them and don't find them comfortable you can always exchange them, dogfunk is good about keeping its customers happy

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Hey Dogfunk, if this is the same boot as...

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Hey Dogfunk, if this is the same boot as the DC Park Core (which is the same boot with slightly more padding) shouldn't the discount be the same? Please answer my question.

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i love these boots they have a flat bottom so you get a better feel and more control over your board. YOU GOTTA TRY EM OUT.

How do these boots compare in width and...

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How do these boots compare in width and flex, both forward and lateral, to the Burton hail?

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I would say that the Burton Hail are a tad softer in the flex department(both laterally and horizontaly). But I would say that the DC Park boot is better construction, comfier fit and wont wash out on steeps or higher speeds. I would take these over the Burtons anyday. Im just not a big fan of Burton to begin with, but I dont judge it negatively if its actually a good product

which boot is the better boot? I ride all...

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which boot is the better boot? I ride all Mt but I like the park more and spend most my time there. Which would be the better boot for this style, and which gives better support. DC's park boot listed above or the Thirtytwo TM-2 boots?

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go for the dc park boot, you wont be disappointed. give it a 3 or 4 runs to break in and you will be thanking the hell out of me.

how wide are these on a scale of 1-10?

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how wide are these on a scale of 1-10?

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most people say that DC boots fit "true to width" although there's no telling what that really means, since everyone's feet are different. there's no 1-10 scale for width it's an A-EEEE scale. On this scale, "D" is considered average or standard width, and that's what most shoe/boot manufacturers make for most of their lines. If you're looking for something that fits particularly wide, or particularly narrow, you're probably going to have to try a few pair on to see how they fit.

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dc r the widest boots produced statistically

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doesnt fit to size

Very unconfortable boot. I wear a 10.5 shoe so i figured i should order an 11 boot and it is still destroying my toes. So many pressure points. looks little steezy but wasnt too impressed. but atleast two sizes above ur street shoe size.