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These boots are amazingly comfortable. They're a pretty soft flexing boot but also have some supportive features. The thermo-moldable liner really lets the boot become one with you'r foot and it feels amazing. Burton's speed lace is really convenient and completly tightens the boot to really conform to you'r foot. Of course this boot isn't perfect, but what do you expect from a $180 boot? Overall it's a good boot and is one of the most comfy iv'e used.
I love this binding. It not only looks cool, but feels just the same. The new est feel really lets you connect with your board for the most board feel ever imaginable. I also love the primo strap and capstrap. The ankle strap gives you really good support but also a nice amount of forgiveness. The capstrap really keeps you'r boot all the way in your binding all day, and the grip makes it stay on you'r toe without slipping. The smooth glide buckles are amazing too. They're easy to get on and off. So overall this binding is definatly 5 stars. I can't find anything wrong with it considering the price.
Before buying this board I read every reiew made on it and I was truely expecting a good park board thats should strictly stay in the park, but after riding it I have to disagree completely with every review i've read on it. This board can tear it up outside of the park too. In the park it's amazing but outside it does pretty good too. Though it's not the best for all mountain/freestyle riding it still works. I took this thing on the halfpipe and could pull 540's. I do kinda agree that it lacks edge hold but the frostbite edges helped improve it. Plus lack of edge hold is expected on most v-rocker boards. Stability at speed would be my only other complaint. Once I started to pick up speed it felt slightly squirley but I was going insanely fast and as I said before, this board can handle even pipe. That leads me to the conclusion that this board deserves 4 stars. It's a great board only lacking a few things.