What's in a name?
What does it mean to have a pro-model anything? one thing; you're good at what you do. I say it depends on what that thing is. To have a pro-model board is still cool, but if everyone has one, then...
Like skateboarding for example, I think it's the shoe and not the board which separates the Tyra's from the Kelsey Martinovich's. But anyway, Jeremy has a boot, one of the few that do and if you know and appreciate his riding style, you will know the product has to be durable, good for a 50+ day season and of course, feeel goooood. Check, check and check
These boots are light (2.15 lbs per boot, size 10) and comfortable with it's B3-cushioned EST midsole, virtually dampening all chatter that would've been.Fit runs very true to size 1:1 lasting is something you would assume all brands would do but for some reason, they don't. what it means is if you order a size 10 boot, you get a size 10 shell with a size 10 liner, not a 9.5 liner. This results in no gaps, meaning no condensation, meaning no cold toes. It's great.